Admin 2017-03-29 02:20:24 UTC #61
Admin 2017-04-01 23:52:48 UTC #62
Spunky 2017-04-05 20:12:38 UTC #64
Simpler to ask. Who is the statue commemorating?
Admin 2017-04-05 21:30:16 UTC #65
Christopher Columbus who actually discovered Baracoa and that is why Baracoa is sometimes called Ciudad Primada or "First City"
Spunky 2017-04-05 22:30:27 UTC #66
The famous Italian, Cristoforo Colombo.
Admin 2017-04-09 17:30:28 UTC #67
Couple of rooftop photos
Admin 2017-04-28 03:16:56 UTC #68
House on the beach in Baracoa:
Church in Baracoa
Malecon in Baracoa
rbrown 2017-05-24 16:11:06 UTC #69
Hello! There’s so much great info here on transportation that I thought I’d ask: Does anyone have experience or information on making connections on Viazul? We’re going to be in Cuba for a very short visit (8 days) but we really want to see Baracoa. Our plan was to go from Santa Clara (where we arrive) straight to Baracoa via Santiago. On our return we would do the same except Santiago – Trinidad. This gives 30 minute bus transfer windows in Santiago. Is this possible with reservations? Should we plan to take a private taxi for the Santiago-Baracoa legs instead? So far Viazul’s only response has been that you have to be there 30 minutes before the bus leaves. I’ve seen conflicting information on how fast processing is when you’ve prebooked, as well as the punctuality, and I’m cognisant that the roads still may not be fully recovered after last year’s hurricane.
Admin 2017-05-24 18:33:22 UTC #70
So far Viazul’s only response has been that you have to be there 30 minutes before the bus leaves
When I purchased tickets online I never had issues 20 or 30 min before my trip as well they mentioned on the website:
Viazul’s online reservations are guaranteed whenever the client makes the payment through our website.
I believe there is Viazul bus going Havana Baracoa should that bus pass through Santa Clara? If you can jump into that bus you do not have to think about catching another bus in Santiago.
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