Discover the cultural heritage sites of Humanity declared by UNESCO in the Eastern region of Cuba. Visit the Historic Center of Camaguey founded in 1515 as a villa called Santa Maria del Puerto del Príncipe. It was the sixth Villa founded during the Spanish colonization. Visit Holguin, the place where Christopher Columbus landed in Cuba in 1492. Explore Humboldt National Park, one of the most important sites in the Western Hemisphere for its endemic flora and one of the most biologically diverse tropical island sites on Earth. Travel to Baracoa, the first villa founded on the island by Diego Velazquez in 1511. Learn about the Cubans trying to create new private businesses and how the current dual currency works.