Things to see and do - Viñales
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Viñales Travel guide
Viñales : Michelin's recommendations
This settlement of 4 000 souls is like something out of the Wild West. Under the porticoes of Calle Cisneros, the inhabitants sit in rocking chairs, listening to the breeze among the pine trees. A mounted guajiro rides up the main street to a pavement drinks kiosk. In this sleepy village the days pass pleasantly by. Even the tourists slacken their pace and pause on the benches in Parque José Martí. Don’t miss the Museo Adelas Azcury and the botanical garden.
Tourist attractions Viñales : Things to see and do
Tucked away in the mountains, this hidden valley is a little slice of paradise. Here among its curious terrain of "mogotes", tranquillity reigns. Dotted by bohios (palm-leaf roofed houses), a red earth landscape is punctuated by the varied ..
The Viñales Valley is also known for its caves ( cuevas), some of which are legendary like the "mini" Cueva del Indio and Cueva San Miguel, now used as a dance hall. Would-be potholers should head to the Santo Tomás cave, Latin America's la..