Tourist Routes in Camagüey, Cuba The following are some of the recommended tourist routs in Camagüey City.Read more... Avenida de los Mártires – Plaza de la Soledad Taking the Museo Provincial Ignacio Agramonte as the starting point, head southwards along Calle República, a nearly one-kilometer long pedestrian walk where dozens of shops, cafés and cultural institutions are located. Plaza de la Soledad – Plaza de los Trabajadores. From Plaza de la Soledad, we recommend you to take Ignacio Agramonte Street, also known as Calle de los Cines, a thematic walk of approximately 250 meters that pays tribute to the Seventh Art. Plaza de los Trabajadores – Plaza del Carmen – Parque Agramonte In this route you will quickly discover why Camagüey is known as the labyrinthine city of Cuba, it is in the heart of the historical center where you can best appreciate the crisscrossing of its streets. Agramonte Park – Plaza San Juan de Dios. This route will allow you to appreciate more clearly how the intricate network of plazas and small squares was spontaneously formed resulting in the irregular distribution of the streets of the old part of town. Taking Calle Cisneros as a reference you would be able to appreciate three of the most picturesque places in the city. Plaza San Juan de Dios – Casino Campestre – Plaza de la Revolucion. This route goes beyond the historic center, into a newer section of town. Both are clearly defined by the bridge crossing Hatibonico River. Plaza de la Revolucion – Jose Marti Park – Maceo Street. The latter route will take you back to the Plaza de la Soledad, completing an about 4 kilometers wide journey around Camagüey historic center and its surroundings.