According to legend, when Camaguey was settled in the 1500s, attacks by pirates and bandits were frequent and the citizens wanted to make it difficult for outsiders to navigate the city. Thus, the streets of Camaguey twist and turn, intersecting each other at odd angles and making it very easy for visitors to get lost.
Ignacio Agramonte Airport about 5 miles from the city center. International connections via charter and scheduled service to Havana (90 minutes).
Camaguey is near the midpoint on the Havana to Santiago train line (about 10 hours from Havana). In addition to the daily overnight train running in both directions, there is also a daytime train running to/from Havana and Santa Clara on alternate days and another daytime train arriving from Santiago de Cuba on Thursdays and Sundays and returning on Mondays and Fridays.
Casa de Delgado, Apt 71 / Level 7 - Calle Republica 216, ☎ 53 32 291284, . This casa is run by two doctors - Anabel and Royler. It is a private room with adjoining private bathroom inside their penthouse apartment that features an amazing view of the town. Anabel speaks fluent English and is extremely friendly and helpful. It is on the 7th level of an apartment building (it's the highest one on Calle Republica - look for the blue Casa sign) so it can be tricky to find. Calle Republica runs parallel to the Gran Hotel and it's about 100 metres down from the fork between the two roads. Their is a buzzer you ring or normally a door attendant. 25 CUC. edit