I don’t really need too many reasons to like this city. It is comfortable, peaceful, not so crowded, and the people are fairly simple.
Cuba is really poor, as is Cienfuegos on the south coast. St. Martí's Square in the city center is very European city style. It can be seen that it was also thriving here hundreds of years ago.
Jose Marti Plaza is very small, probably the size of a football field. In the center of the square is the statue of Jose Marti. It is surrounded by major attractions such as the College, Opera House, and Provincial Museum. The Provincial Assembly is also nearby.
Jose Marti Square is located in the city center. Although it is not a big square, it is also a more magnificent square. There are marble statues of Jose Marti, the Arc de Triomphe, etc., surrounded by theaters, colleges, churches, and government palaces. All can be visited together.
You will arrive at the end along the commercial street. The park is surrounded by historical buildings. We did not go in the Notre Dame Cathedral, and spent 1 CUC to visit Fairrell Palace, and from the top tower overlooking the city known as the "Southern Pearl". Thomastelly Theater is also on the edge of the square. Also, there is wifi signal here.