Bus in Manzanillo

Bus Station

The bus station is northeast of the city center. There are no Víazul services to or from Manzanillo. This narrows your options down to local Cuban guaguas (buses) or trucks (no reliable schedules and long queues).
Taxi in Bayamo


Taxis to Bayamo airport (CUC$5 to CUC$10) or to Aeropuerto Frank País in Holguín (CUC$40 to CUC$60). A taxi to Villa Santo Domingo (setting-off point for the Alto del Naranjo trailhead for Sierra Maestra hikes) or C…
Train Station in Bayamo

Train Station

The train station is 1km east of the center. There are three local trains a day to Manzanillo (via Yara). Other daily trains serve Santiago and Camagüey. The long-distance Havana–Manzanillo train passes through Baya…
Bus in Bayamo

Intermunicipal Bus Station

The intermunicipal bus station, opposite the train station, receives mostly local buses of little use to travelers. However, trucks to Las Tunas and Guisa leave from here.
Bici-Taxi in Bayamo


For a few pesos a ride, bici-taxis are useful for getting around town. There's a stand near the train station and usually some waiting outside the bus station.
Airline in Manzanillo


Sunwing flies directly from Toronto and Montreal into Sierra Maestra Airport in winter and transfers people directly to the Marea del Portillo hotels.
Airport in Bayamo

Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Airport

The Bayamo airport (airport code BYM) is mainly served by Cubana. It's 4km out of town toward Holguín on the Carretera Central.
Petrol Station in Bayamo

Servi-Cupet Gas Station

The Servi-Cupet gas station is between Hotel Sierra Maestra and the bus terminal as you arrive from Santiago de Cuba.
Airline in Bayamo


Cubana flies to Bayamo from Havana twice a week (two hours). There are no international flights to or from Bayamo.
Train in Manzanillo

Train Station

Cuba's slow national train service with trains to Havana every fourth day.