Highway 20, also known as the Central Highway or Autopista Nacional, is a major east–west highway in Cuba. It is the longest highway in Cuba. The highway runs from the municipality of Sandino in Pinar del Río Province in the west to the municipality of Baracoa in Guantánamo Province in the east.

Along the way, you will see stunning scenery, charming towns, and interesting historical sites. You can also stop to enjoy some of Cuba’s delicious food and rum.

Las Terrazas eco-village is located in the Sierra del Rosario mountains, about an hour from Havana. It’s a great place to go hiking, biking, and horseback riding. There are also several restaurants and shops in Las Terrazas.

Trinidad colonial city is located in the central part of Cuba. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its well-preserved architecture. There are several museums and churches in Trinidad, as well as a lively nightlife scene. Santiago de Cuba is located in the eastern part of Cuba and is the second-largest city in the country. It’s a lively city with a rich history. There are several museums and historical sites in Santiago de Cuba, as well as a vibrant music scene.

In addition to the cities full of identity, the natural scenery is also the highlight of the route. The Sierra Maestra mountains are home to some of Cuba’s most beautiful scenery, including waterfalls, lakes, and forests. You can go hiking, biking, or horseback riding in the mountains.

The Viñales Valley is known for its tobacco plantations, mogotes (limestone hills), and caves. You can take a horseback ride through the valley, visit a tobacco farm, or go caving. The Cayo Coco archipelago is made up of over 200 small islands. The small islands are known for their white-sand beaches, clear waters, and coral reefs. You can go swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, or diving in the Cayo Coco archipelago.

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