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1/03/2018

 Pinar del Rio city sits on tobacco plantations. It is surrounded by an internationally-renowned and traditional group of tobacco plantations. The brown tobacco conquered Europe with the enchantment of its smoke rings and the demand of these acclaimed Habanos. Habanos are so purely Cuban that they stand for symbols of our culture and our nation’s heritage.

Pinar del Rio city sits on tobacco plantations. It is surrounded by an internationally-renowned and traditional group of tobacco plantations. The Guash Palace, built at El Conuco plantation, is the utmost property. Official regulations were issued by the City Hall to stop the sowing in the urban center in the early 20th century.

When going into the tobacco plantations in cold mornings, planters used to drink it. What’s more, visitors can feast eyes on jaw-dropping scenery dominated by tobacco plantations and curing barns, by early-bird planters and workshops. An aroma and tender green harvest time precedes the noble Habano, which boasts Vueltabajo’s binder and goes out to enthrall the world, with plenty of Cuban identity, a symbol and synthesis of the tobacco growers’ hardworking culture.

Pinar del Rio city’s socio-economic dynamics are backed up by tobacco growing. As in previous editions, the upcoming Habano Festival will keep the grand tours around the tobacco plantations of Vueltabajo, which is like a journey into the origins of Habanos. It’s highly interesting for visitors to take a closer look at how tobacco leaves are grown and harvested. During the visits, those attending the Habano Festival learn about the selection and stripping process leaves must endure, as well as about a few secrets at the experimental station, an entity that guarantees and safeguards the quality of seeds of every Cuban black tobacco species.

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