Sancti Spiritus is a transit point on tours between Havana and the east. It was the fourth of the first seven villages founded in Cuba and the only one Latin name. City monument, narrow streets and colonial architecture, has hundreds of well-preserved old buildings and a population that likes to weave realities legends. The Villa of the Holy Spirit boasts of being home to one of the troubadours and Cuban cities where more can enjoy nature, because despite being located in the center of the island, has the proximity of Lake Zaza, important areas tobacco and mountainous regions.
Its symbol is the bridge Yayabo, which stands on the river of the same name, which is scattered around the old town and can be enjoyed in beautiful colonial mansions, including the peaceful Quinta de Santa Elena. Pride of its inhabitants is also the Mayor Parish Church, which testifies to the antiquity of the village, which received Royal Order the city title in 1867. Passing through its streets, visitors feel an air of calmness, also breathe museums and squares.