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==See and Do==
 
==See and Do==
  
*'''Parque Josone''' — A park in the middle of Varadero filled with birds, vendors, music and camel rides for the kids. It cannot be missed, as it is located in the very centric 1st Avenue and 56th street where almost all visitors will eventually drive or walk in their stay in the beautiful beach destination. Parque Josone is a special place with fabulous botanical gardens, miniature violets, lakes and bridges, parrots, flamingos and more. The park is fruit of the creation of a romantic couple: Jose and Onelia whose combined names give origin to the parks name Josone.
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*'''Parque Josone''' — A park in the middle of Varadero filled with birds, vendors, music and camel rides for the kids.[http://www.umbrellatravel.com/cubablog/?p=1026 The Parque Josone in Varadero] cannot be missed, as it is located in the very centric 1st Avenue and 56th street where almost all visitors will eventually drive or walk in their stay in the beautiful beach destination. Parque Josone is a special place with fabulous botanical gardens, miniature violets, lakes and bridges, parrots, flamingos and more. The park is fruit of the creation of a romantic couple: Jose and Onelia whose combined names give origin to the parks name Josone.
 
* '''Tropicana Matanzas''' — Visit the newest Tropicana, the most famous cabaret of Cuba. An artistic production featuring Cuban dance, music and history. W-Su, 5 hours duration, 49CUC.
 
* '''Tropicana Matanzas''' — Visit the newest Tropicana, the most famous cabaret of Cuba. An artistic production featuring Cuban dance, music and history. W-Su, 5 hours duration, 49CUC.
 
* '''Seafari Cayo Blanco''' — Excursion by Catamaran, snorkeling in a coral barrier reef, entertainment, music, lunch and open bar with Cuban cocktails in Cayo Blanco. There is the option to either swim with the dolphins or visit the dolphin show at Delfinario and enjoy a sunset party. M-Su (7 hours duration). 75CUC for the sunset party and dolphin show trip. 85CUC for the chance to swim with dolphins instead.
 
* '''Seafari Cayo Blanco''' — Excursion by Catamaran, snorkeling in a coral barrier reef, entertainment, music, lunch and open bar with Cuban cocktails in Cayo Blanco. There is the option to either swim with the dolphins or visit the dolphin show at Delfinario and enjoy a sunset party. M-Su (7 hours duration). 75CUC for the sunset party and dolphin show trip. 85CUC for the chance to swim with dolphins instead.

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