Winding Streets and Plundering Pirates

A maze of pastel-hued colonial architecture, palatial plazas and Baroque cathedrals, Cuba’s third-largest city oozes history and charm.

The UNESCO-listed old town boasts a unique layout; it was purposefully built to confuse invaders following a pirate attack in the 17th century. Camagüey’s short, narrow streets are home to some superb art galleries, part of its thriving cultural scene.

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