Pinar del Río, the westernmost of the Cuban provinces, is tobacco-smelling earth, paradigmatic of the landscape images of Viñales. Home to peasants and hospitable people, deeply rooted to their roots. Its vegas give away the best tobacco in the world and from there it is exported for the manufacture of habanos that bear recognized quality marks. It is such a culture and tobacco tradition in Pinar del Rio that you can now take a tour of the Tobacco Route and know the whole process that takes, from its cultivation until it becomes a cigar.
Trinidad is a destination that stands put for its natural beauty and an intact architecture of the golden Cuban era, but it’s certainly distinctive for its culture, both tangible and intangible. A clear element of this is the great natural and archaeological reserve of the sugar industry of the nineteenth century, whose production made this city the most prosperous of Cuba.
Holguin is distinguished by its authenticity, diversity and high level of sustainability. It also stands out for its picturesque relieves of great scenic value. It shows a set of tangible elements, loaded with cultural symbols and resulting in a platform for dialogue not only between cultures but also between man and nature.