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Flights to Bayamo

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Bayamo is in eastern Cuba, situated amongst rolling hills and rivers. The city is known for its colonial architecture and its role in Cuba's fight for independence. Visitors can explore the 18th-century buildings lining the central squares, or learn about Cuban history at the provincial museum. The surrounding countryside offers opportunities for hiking, swimming in rivers, and exploring caves. The climate in Bayamo is tropical, with hot and humid weather year-round.

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Airports near Bayamo

Here are 4 airports available for your flights to Bayamo, simplifying your travel arrangements. With these options, travelling to and from Bayamo becomes effortlessly straightforward.

Ignacio Agramonte International Airport

Ignacio Agramonte International Airport (CMW), named after a Cuban independence hero, is your gateway to Bayamo, the charming capital of Granma province. Just 8km from the city centre, the airport offers limited but convenient connections to other Cuban destinations and beyond. Escape to sun-kissed beaches, bustling city squares, and colonial architecture – all a short hop from CMW.

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Frank Pais International Airport

Frank Pais International Airport (HOL), a 15-minute drive from Bayamo, Cuba, is your gateway to exploring the city's rich history and vibrant culture. Skip the long drives from Havana - fly directly and immerse yourself in Bayamo's colonial charm, revolutionary spirit, and stunning natural beauty.

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Antonio Maceo International Airport

Antonio Maceo Airport (MOA), 70 km from Bayamo, is your gateway to Cuba's eastern charm. While not the closest (Holguín's closer), it boasts connections to major cities and offers car rentals for a scenic drive to Bayamo.

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Jose Marti International Airport

Havana's Jose Marti International Airport (HAV), 700km from Bayamo, is the main gateway to Cuba. While not directly serving Bayamo, it offers connections to domestic flights onto Carlos Manuel de Cespedes Airport (BYM), just 20km from the city. Plan ahead for transfers, and enjoy the convenience of Cuba's largest airport with diverse amenities and onward travel options.

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Buy your flights to Bayamo and pay later

Using Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) for flights to Bayamo offers several advantages. Spread the cost of your booking over time for more flexibility in managing travel expenses, making your adventure more budget-friendly.

There are often no interest charges if paid within the agreed timeframe, but this will need to be checked with the lending provider, and it can ease budgeting for your trip, ensuring a stress-free travel experience.

Things to do in Bayamo

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

Parque Céspedes

This central park is a great place to start your exploration of Bayamo. It's a leafy green space with monuments dedicated to Cuban heroes like Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, the Father of the Nation. There's also a bandstand where you can sometimes catch live music performances.

Museo Nacional Carlos Manuel de Céspedes

Learn about Cuban history and Bayamo's role in the fight for independence at this national museum. The museum is housed in a grand 19th-century building that was once the seat of the Spanish colonial government. It has exhibits on Cuban history from the pre-Columbian era to the present day, with a special focus on the Cuban War of Independence.

Catedral del Bayamo

This 18th-century cathedral is one of the most important religious buildings in eastern Cuba. The cathedral has a beautiful baroque facade and interior. It was damaged in a fire in the early 20th century, but it has been restored and is now open to the public.

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