Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba was the capital of the island for many years, but now he spent making the country second largest city, is home to beautiful colonial architecture and staggered their way streets between the mountainous terrain of the Sierra Maestra. 
Unique attractions are its two sites declared World Heritage Site by Unesco: The archaeological landscape of the first coffee plantations, as the only record of a pioneer form of agriculture and the Castle of San Pedro de la Roca, considered the most complete example and best preserved of the Spanish military architecture in America. The city is famous for its carnival and its attachment to the music. In addition to parti there, you can hike, knowing the roads made ​​by Fidel Castro Ernesto Che Guevara in the Sierras.