Cuba's magnificent architecture spans five centuries, and the entire length and breadth of the island. No matter where you're travelling, you will find an eclectic assortment of colonial, baroque, neogothic, neoclassical, art deco, modern and post-modern architectural styles.
It's hard to beat a walking tour of Habana Vieja [Old Havana], a UNESCO-designated World Heritage site with over 900 buildings of historical significance. Highlights include the Catedral de la Habana [Havana Cathedral], the gorgeous Iglesia de la Merced and Havana's oldest cathedral, Iglesia Parroquial del Espíritu Santo.
For an architectural feast, don’t miss Plaza Mayor in Trinidad, a 19th century sugar town. UNESCO has essay writer declare Trinidad and the nearby Valle de los Ingenios [Sugar Mill Valley] a World Heritage site.
In Santiago de Cuba, the Castillo de San Pedro del Morro, considered the best-preserved 17th century Spanish military complex in the Caribbean, is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Also recognized by UNESCO: the Urban Historic Centre of Cienfuegos, with its beautiful neoclassical buildings; and the Historic Centre of Camagüey.