Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Camag├╝ey, Cuba

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Guest Houses in Camag├╝ey

"ÔÇŽGeneral: 24 hour Reception. No curfew. The maximum period of stay is of 14 days." ÔÇŽ"To get to Casa Maria and David from any transport station. You can take a taxi that leaves you without ÔÇŽ More
"ÔÇŽReception 24 hours. No curfew. Pet friendly. Child friendly. The maximum period of stay is of 14 days." ÔÇŽ"From Camaguey Airport, head southwest (5.1 km), at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit ( ÔÇŽ More
"ÔÇŽServices and activities The common areas at your disposal are the garden, the portal, the interior patio, the living room, the hall, the restaurant, and the covered terrace.┬áParking is available ÔÇŽ More
"Cadena de Hostales Yaneva - Casa Yanet is a two story house with garden, parking and terrace. Solid construction from the 50's, spacious spaces. The guest accommodation is on a first level with an ÔÇŽ More

Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Camag├╝ey, Cuba

There are no hostels in Camag├╝ey listed. We list for you other cheap places to stay in Camag├╝ey, Cuba.

Get to know Camag├╝ey (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Camag├╝ey.

Camag├╝ey is often known as "The City of Mazes," due to the labyrinthine construction built to confuse and confound marauding pirates in the early days of the city. It can still prove pretty confusing for the average visitor, but that is part of the attraction of this non-touristy and distinctly Cuban town. Wandering the twisting, turning alleys and back streets with their dead ends and unexpected crossroads is part of the charm of the place, enabling visitors to get up close and personal with day-to-day life. The city is also famous for its tinajones -- huge pottery storage jars traditionally used to store wine or water, whose size was representative of a family's wealth; miniature versions make for great souvenirs and the huge originals can be found in restaurants and scattered across the city.

Whilst Camag├╝ey doesn't have the greatest number of obvious attractions, the main squares are easily linked together and each has a spectacular church on the corners, which helps with navigation. The main pedestrian street is more Westernised than many in Cuba, and whilst there isn't the widest range of accessible eating places and bars, there are still a few good options -- although nothing like you'd find in Havana or Trinidad.

Hostels in Cuba are a bit different from those found in the West and travelers tend to be put up in private homes, which are indicated by blue anchor signs outside. The deals usually come with breakfast involved and the owners can be very useful in unearthing hidden gems or local points of interest.

Written by local enthusiast for Camag├╝ey hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Camag├╝ey hostels Howellsey

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