1. CienfuegosA UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cienfuegos is a showcase of Neoclassical architecture. The city feels laid back and even prosperous. Jose Marti Park in the center of town is a shady spot to take in the elegant surrounding buildings. Then stroll the country’s longest promenade, Paseo del Prado. On the waterfront are more stunning buildings and views of the beautiful bay.
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Happy Friday! Please enjoy some random shots of Ya’lla travelers:
Cuevo del Indio, Vinales Valley, Pinar del Rio, Cuba
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The answer to the last episode (
episode 9) is: CUBA.
Clue 1 – Vinales Valley in Pinar del Rio province
Clue 2 – Callejon de Hamel in Centro Habana
Clue 3 – Trinidad de Cuba
For information on legal travel to Cuba for American citizens and residents, please phone Ya’lla Tours at 800.644.1595.
Now for this episode –
All the clues in this post refer to
one Ya’lla Tours destination: Bahrain, Cuba, Egypt, Greece, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Turkey, or United Arab Emirates.
We’ll show you images of popular tourist sites in our mystery country, along with descriptions of those sites.