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Duration: 0900 – 1900 10 hours
Frequency: Tours can be arranged on all days except Mondays.
Tour commences from your Havana Hotel.
Santa Clara was founded on 15th July 1689 and is now known as ''the city of the heroic guerilla''. The strategically placed town of Santa Clara played an important part in the wars of independence, particularly in December 1958 when Che Guevara and his army attacked and captured the city, which triggered the capitulation of the dictator Fulgencio Batista. Today it is an important commercial hub and home to one of Cuba’s largest universities, but is probably best known as the resting place of Che Guevara.
Be ready by 08.45 in your hotel lobby to start the tour for 09.00am. After you are collected from your Havana hotel, we will start our journey east through the sugar plantations for the city of Santa Clara the final resting place of “Che Guevara”. On arrival we will visit the mausoleum and the museum dedicated to his extraordinary life, including a visit to the train “Tren Blindado” that was attacked in the decisive moments of the Cuban Revolution. Lunch will be taken at the restaurant Los Caneyes then onwards to the centre of Santa Clara for a panoramic tour of the city.
We will then transfer you back to your hotel in Havana where the tour sadly ends!
£199.00 per person based on 2 people on the tour
£179.00 per person based on 3 people on the tour
£169.00 per person based on 4 people on the tour
£149.00 per person based on 5 people on the tour
£139.00 per person based on 6 people on the tour
We do have rates for larger groups and single travelers, please contact us for prices.
We reserve the right to change the order of the tour at anytime due to local circumstances.