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Cruises visiting Santiago de Cuba & all Santiago de Cuba cruises for  2019

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Santiago de Cuba is a Provincial capital city of half a million people located at the SE of the island, and 870 km from the capital Havana. It lies at the end of an 8km inlet, Santiago Bay, that faces the Caribbean Sea, and is 200 km equidistant from Jamaica and Haiti. Historically, Santiago has long been the second city of Cuba. Founded in 1514 by conquistador Diego Velázquez, it had mixed fortunes, firstly as a base for Spanish plundering of the region, and subsequently plundered itself by the French, the British, and finally by the USA in 1898 with the destruction of their Atlantic fleet just outside the harbor to end the Spanish-American War. Today Santiago is undergoing expansion as a sea port for the region.

Santiago is known for its cultural life, traditional dances, and source of music, architecture and political change. On January 1, 1959, Fidel Castro proclaimed the victory of the Cuban Revolution from a balcony on Santiago de Cuba's city hall. City buildings reflect architectural styles from Baroque to neoclassical. Notable are: the Moncada Barracks, Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, house of Diego Velázquez, Museo de la Lucha Clandestina, and Museo Municipal Emilio Bacardí Moreau to name a few. Of special interest are the parks, steep streets, and colonial buildings with huge windows and balconies.

Sixty kilometres from Santiago is the Baconao Park, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Biosphere Reserve List in 1987. Thee you will see the Great Rock, Prehistoric Valley, botanic gardens, historical museum, aquarium and lagoon. The entrance to Santiago Bay is protected (from pirates and invaders) by the Castillo San Pedro de la Roca del Morro. This citadel is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as "the most complete, best-preserved example of Spanish-American military architecture, based on Italian and Renaissance design principles.”

Cruises visiting Santiago de Cuba in 2019

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14

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Scenic Eclipse cruises

12

NIGHTS

Scenic Eclipse cruises

$14,695

$1,225

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