You can find on this page the Cuba cities map to print and to download in PDF. The Cuba map city presents main cities, towns and presents the capital of Cuba in Caribbean - Americas.

Map of Cuba with cities

Map of Cuba city

The map of Cuba with cities shows all big and medium towns of Cuba. This map of cities of Cuba will allow you to easily find the city where you want to travel in Cuba in Caribbean - Americas. The Cuba cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

These cities are not among the largest of Cuba, but are notable for other reasons: Morón, 53,551 (second city in the Ciego de Avila Province). Nueva Gerona, 46,923 (Capital of the Isle of Youth Special Municipality). Contramaestre, 44,752. Colón, 44,520. Artemisa, 43,427 (Capital of the new Artemisa Province, 2011). Güines, 42,801 (most populated city of the new Mayabeque Province, 2011). Sagua La Grande, 41,756 (second city of the Villa Clara Province). Trinidad, 41,293 (second city of the Sancti Spiritus Province, historical city, one of the seven initial towns in Cuba, tourist attraction). Placetas, 40,982. Baracoa, 39,190 (The second most populated city in Guantanamo Province, the first town founded in Cuba by Spaniards as its mentioned in the Map of Cuba with cities). Nuevitas, 38,995 (important industrial city and port in Camaguey). San José de las Lajas, 33233 (capital of the new Mayabeque Province, 2011). Mayarí, 29,027.

Pinar del Rio is both the westernmost province of Cuba, and a city that serves as the capital of the Pinar del Rio province. It is the centre of the cigar industry, set in a major tobacco-growing area and was one of the last major cities to be founded by the Spanish back in 1867. Soroa is also known as Cuba Rainbow (see the Map of Cuba with cities). It is best known for its bird watching opportunities and beautiful, lush scenery with frequent rains contributing to the growth of trees and orchids. Be sure to visit the El Salto del Arco Iris, a 72-foot-tall waterfall set in a lush, tropical forest. The sleepy capital city of the province of Villa Clara, Santa Clara is home to the mausoleum for the fallen of the Revolution, which includes Che Guevara himself. Less than an hour east of the city centre is the site of one of the most important battles in Cuban history: Monumento a la Toma del Tren Blindado,” the spot where Che Guevara and his men ripped up the railway line, and derailed the armoured train, defeating the men inside.

The Map of Cuba with cities shows the location of following cities and towns in Cuba: Antilla, Artemisa, Baracoa, Bayamo, Cabañas, Caibarién, Camagüey, Cárdenas, Ciego de Ávila, Cienfuegos, Colón, Corralillo, Esmeralda, Florida, Gibara, Guane, Guantánamo, Habana, Holguín, Júcaro, La Esperanza, La Fe, La Isabela, Los Arroyos, Manzanillo, Martí, Matanzas, Moa, Morón, Niquero, Nueva Gerona, Nuevitas, Pedro Betancourt, Pinar del Río, Playa Girón, San Cristóbal, Sancti Spíritus, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz del Sur, Santa Fe, Santiago de Cuba, Surgidero de Batabano, Trinidad, Tunas de Zaza, and Victoria de las Tuna.

Map of Cuba with major cities

Map of Cuba with main cities

The map of Cuba with major cities shows all biggest and main towns of Cuba. This map of major cities of Cuba will allow you to easily find the big city where you want to travel in Cuba in Caribbean - Americas. The Cuba major cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Cuba is the 106th largest country in the world by area, and it has a large population that has exceeded 11 million residents. When the population numbers are broken down by city, it is easy to see that Havana, the country largest city, contributes considerably to this total number. With over 2.1 million inhabitants, Havana is not only the largest city in Cuba, but it is also the only major city to have surpassed the 1,000,000 population milestone. The second most populous city, Santiage de Cuba, has passed the 500,000 mark for its population, but it still lags considerably behind Havana as you can see in the Map of Cuba with major cities. In addition to Santiago de Cuba, there are 22 other cities that have populations of more than 100,000 people. Further adding to the total count are the 115 Cuban cities that have a minimum population of 10,000 people. These cities, along with smaller cities and towns, are spread across 15 provinces and one special municipality.

Cuba has 1 city with more than a million people, 22 cities with between 100,000 and 1 million people, and 117 cities with between 10,000 and 100,000 people. The largest city in Cuba is Havana, with a population of 2,163,824 people as its shown in the Map of Cuba with major cities. Havana has an area of 986.585 square miles. It is the leading commercial center with a major sea port. The Spanish founded Havana in the sixteenth century and made the city a stopping point as they crossed from the old to the new world. After its establishment, Havana served as a trading port between the Caribbean and North America. The city is an important international tourist center with a UNESCO Wold Heritage Site within the city. Among other functions of the city are a residence, education, transport, industry, commerce, and as a religious center.

Santiago de Cuba is the second largest and the second most populous city that serves as the capital of Santiago de Cuba province as its mentioned in the Map of Cuba with major cities. The city has a population of 433,099. Santiago de Cuba is an important sea port second to Havana. Camagüey was founded in 1528 and is the third largest regarding area and the third most populous with 306,183 people. Camagüey serves as the administrative capital of Camagüey province. Holguin is the fourth most populous city in Cuba with a population of 294,002 and the capital of Holguin province. The city was also established by the Spanish in the 16th century by Captain Garcia Holguin. Cuba other large cities concerning their population are Santa Clara, Bayamo, Guantanamo, Las Tunas, Cienfuegos and Pinar del Rio. These cities are important residential, transport, educational and recreational centers in Cuba.

Capital of Cuba map

Map of Cuba capital

The capital of Cuba map shows the main city of Cuba. This capital map of Cuba will allow you to easily plan your travel in the capital of the country Cuba in Caribbean - Americas. The capital of Cuba map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Havana, or La Habana in Spanish, is the capital of Cuba, the largest island country in the Caribbean Sea as you can see in the Capital of Cuba map. It is a coastal city with a sheltered harbor that has historically attracted significant trade and commerce. Havana is also the largest city in the entire Caribbean region, with a population that dwarfs those of other Caribbean localities. Havana became the capital of Cuba, the Spanish colony in 1607. The city began as a colonial Spanish outpost. Over the centuries, it grew into a large, cosmopolitan city. Today, much of the Cuban capital is in a state of disrepair due to a crippling, decades-old US embargo and mismanagement by the country communist government. Nevertheless, Havana still boasts marvelous, historic architecture, and is a popular tourist destination.

The modern capital city of Havana is divided into three distinct areas as its shown in the Capital of Cuba map: Old Havana, Vedado, and the newer suburbs. Old Havana is characterized by narrow streets and overhanging balconies. It has historically been a center for commerce, industry, and entertainment, though it is also a residential area. Vedado is a newer section of the city, located in the north and west. Between Vedado and Old Havana is Centro Habana, which is mainly a shopping district. Though it can be described as a distinct area of the city, it is also considered an area of Vedado. To the west of Vedado are the suburbs of Havana, among which are Marianao and Miramar. Marianao dates back to the 1920s. After the Cuban Revolution of 1959, many of its buildings were nationalized and turned into schools, hospitals, and government offices.

Havana is home to about 2.1 million people, which makes it the capital and largest city in both Cuba and the entire Caribbean region as its mentioned in the Capital of Cuba map. People who live in the city are typically called Habaneros. According to the 2012 census, 58.4% of Habaneros were classified as white (mostly Spanish ancestry), 26.4% mixed, 15.2% black, and 0.2% Asian. Most of the Asians in Havana are of Chinese ancestry. They are mainly descendants of Chinese laborers brought into the country by Spanish settlers in the mid-19th century. There is also a sizeable Russian community of about 3,000 in Havana. Most of them are women married to Cuban men that went to the Soviet Union to study. In addition, several thousand pre-teen and teenage North African refugees call Havana home.