The Historic Centre of the city of Camagüey was declared a National Monument in 1980 due to the value of the urban layout, architecture, environment and history of one of the first seven towns to be established in Cuba. It is one of the largest in the country and boasts valuable exponents of the colonial era, for which it was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.
The Camagüey nights, calm and serene, also invite you to enjoy firsthand the joys of a city famous for its cultural and artistic wealth.
In the boulevard of calle República or by the Ignacio Agramonte park, visitors can enjoy some amazing musical performances, both in bars and nightclubs such as the popular Casa de la Trova. In its parks and squares, the locals like to gather to chat and discuss life in general, whilst in Calle de los Cines there are some exciting examples of the seventh art.