The Arch of Triumph on the western edge of Cienfuegos' serene central park catapults the plaza into the unique category: there is no other building of its kind in Cuba. Dedicated to Cuban independence, the Francophile monument ushers you through its gilded gateway toward a marble statue of revolutionary and philosopher José Martí.
Cienfuegos is a city found in Cienfuegos, Cuba. It is located 22.15 latitude and -80.45 longitude and it is situated at elevation 13 meters above sea level. Cienfuegos has a population of 186,644 making it the biggest city in Cienfuegos. It operates on the CDT time zone.
La Catedral de la localidad cubana de Cienfuegos se llama oficialmente Catedral de la Purísima Concepción y es un bonito edificio que está situado frente a la plaza del Parque Martí. Sus obras de terminaron en el año 1869 y se trata de un edificio de fachada neo clásica con dos altos campanarios de distintas alturas, tres entradas arqueadas y ventanas estilo francés con imágenes de los 12 Apóstoles.
There are also a number of neighbouring beaches nearby Cienfuegos, which are perfect for sunny days. Parque Jose Marti Address: Parque Jose Marti, Cienfuegos, Cuba, CU Lying just west of the city centre is this stunning park-cum-square, the Parque Jose Marti.
Cienfuegos (American Spanish: [sjeɱˈfweɣos]), capital of Cienfuegos Province, is a city on the southern coast of Cuba. It is located about 250 km (160 mi) from Havana and has a population of 150,000. The city is dubbed La Perla del Sur (Pearl of the South).
Address: Prado, Punta Gorda, Cienfuegos, Cuba, CU The Punta Gorda area is south of town, just beyond the Malecon sea wall, and serves as a top spot for the moneyed. The views from the bay along the waterfront, especially from Calle 35 and Calle 37, are sublime.
Cienfuegos is not big on cultural attractions as such. There are, however, several museums that cover the revolution and the history of Cienfuegos quite well, including the Historical Museum (Museo Historico) and the Provincial Museum, which overlooks the Parque Jose Marti.
Near the entrance to Bahía de Cienfuegos, first visited by Christopher Columbus, is the Castillo de Jagua, a fortress erected (1740-1745) for protection against Caribbean pirates. A nice fishermen's village around the fortress to visit. From Cienfuegos you can go to the fortress by the ferry. It leaves at the corner of 23 and 46.