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Revision as of 16:18, 9 March 2007

For other places with the same name see Santa Clara

Santa Clara is the capital city of the Cuban province of Villa Clara.

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Get in

There are trains to: Caibarién, Cienfuegos, Los Arabos Nuevo, Morón, Nuevitas, Sagua, Santiago de Cuba and Vega Alta.

Get around

See

Statue of Che Guevara above his mausoleum, Santa Clara.

Santa Clara contains the mausoleum for the fallen of the Revolution. Included in this mausoleum is Che Guevara himself. In order to maintain the sanctity of the place, photography inside the mausoleum is strictly prohibited. Also, there are no souvenir-sellers to be found nearby. There is also a Che Guevara museum, as well as a huge square (Plaza de la Revolucion) overlooked by a large statue of Che.

Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Cafes and cantinas are located in one section of 'Main Street' (listen for the live music) where the usual Cristal Cerveza, rum and cafe abound. In fact, a real treat is the ridiculously cheap and fantastically fresh and tasty espresso located on the strip.

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Get out

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