Pinar del RioCuban province of Pinar del Rio.
As such amenities, while available, are more modest than those in cities such as Havana or Cienfuegos. Despite this, Pinar del Rio is a clean, laid-back city in stark contrast to Cuba's other cities.
The bus from Havana takes about 3 hours.
There’s one morning bus from Viñales to Trinidad. Be sure to download the schedule from their website in advance.
By trainThere is a slow overnight train from Havana on alternate days that arrives very early in the morning; the return train to Havana runs during the day.
By taxiA taxi from Havana starts from 60 CUC.
Shared collectivos are typically waiting in Havana at the Viazul bus stop and are typically 15 CUC per person to either Pinar del Rio, Viñales or Las Terrazas. For the return trip look for taxi touts near the bus terminal.
Collectivos to Viñales
ParkTrees cover this small stretch of green and benches allow to relax from the otherwise busy city.
There’s also at least two different banks with ATMs on the main street (Marti):
Unnamed bank (green)
ETECSA officeThere’s usually a very large crowd waiting outside. Wifi is readily available in most public areas, such as parks and squares. Look for open areas, and you'll see large groups on their phones or laptops.