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“The most beautiful place of Camaguey”

Ranked #5 of 23 things to do in Camaguey
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

The plaza , located on the south part of Camaguey is the most beautifull , you need to see it. It's very quite and nice architecture ..

Thank Jean-Pascal D
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Reviewed 22 November 2016

I was in this plaza on a Thursday morning and found a great local tourist market. I don't know what times/days it runs, but its worth it to go there. A number of vendors sell amazing crafts that are handmade. They also have Cuba magnets and license plates. The plaza itself is colorful and quiet.

Thank hcbflorida
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Reviewed 16 October 2016

A little off the beaten path but quaint. We went into several art galleries and found the art creative and innovative and the artists very inviting. Just a short walk from Plaza Agramonte.

Thank carabelli8
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

The Plaza San Juan de Dios is a very beautiful place to walk and visit art galleries and restaurants. Among places to visit here are Restaurant 1800, gallery of Joel Jover, the Campana de Toledo, Senior Oscar's gallery, the Cathedral, and many market stalls. This is a great place to really get the feel of Cuba.

1  Thank Judi L
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Reviewed 6 July 2016

A very beautiful and historical place where legend has it that Hatuey, war chief of the united Taíno and Ciboney Native resistance to the Spanish was burned at the stake. Much later the city's most renown patriot, Ignacio Agramonte was propped up against a wall and shot after dying from his battle wounds. It is a large, cobbled square bounded by the church of that name. Joel Jover's workshop, the Campana de Toledo and the 1800 restaurants. Well worth going to

1  Thank Roberto C
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