Las Tunas has a friendly, down-to-earth culture that’s all its own. Learn about the province’s history by taking a guided tour of some of its most noteworthy sites, like the “City of Sculptures” and the beachside sugar-town of Puerto Padre.
Puerto Padre: Sugar & Sea Tour
Enjoy a sweet afternoon learning about how to harvest and process sugar cane in this charming coastal town. This tour includes stops at the La Loma Fortress, Salcedo Castle and Casimba del Malecon, as well as a seafood lunch.
Vicente García Memorial
See the house where liberator General Vicente García was born. Built in 1800 and declared a national monument in 1996, the home features four exhibition rooms dedicated to the general’s life and achievements.
Plaza de la Revolución
Catch a Sunday afternoon concert at this plaza in the heart of Las Tunas The square officially opened in 1915, when a statue of liberator General Vicente Aguilera García was unveiled. There is also a noteworthy bust of National Hero José Martí.
Las Tunas City Tour
Let a knowledgeable guide show you around the “City of Sculptures” with a tour that includes stops at Vicente García Revolution Square, Martí Square, and a presentation about the city’s Afro-Caribbean heritage.