The definitive Cuban specialist music store; this retail outlet of Egrem Studios has a good selection from local musicians.
The Santiago version of the famous Havana fashion house is located in an appropriately grand Vista Alegre maison (house).
A veritable museum of old and rare books stacked ceiling high. Sombrero-clad trovadores often sit on the stairway and strum.
From mouse pads to Che trinkets, the branch of ARTex below Hotel Casa Granda collects any type of Cuban souvenir imaginable. The other branches – in the Casa de la Trova and at Patio ARTex one block further up Calle…
Focuses on musical souvenirs, with a respectable selection of CDs and cassettes.
The port's latest regeneration project is opening this shopping center in a colonial building: internet, a pharmacy, the immigration office and a Cubanacán desk besides shops.
Probably the best gallery in Santiago de Cuba, the art here is consistently good.
On the southern side of Parque Céspedes. Decent selection of political titles in English; sells postcards and stamps.
From mouse pads to Che trinkets, the branch below Hotel Casa Granda collects any type of Cuban souvenir imaginable. The other branch at the Casa de la Trova focuses more on music, with a respectable selection of CDs…