In the northern part of the city is El VigĂa Hill, which is a popular tourist attraction. Several symbolic monuments are erected on its top, while in the foothill region there are numerous religious and cultural sites. There are also several ultramodern skyscrapers with observation platforms equipped on its last floors. However, many people prefer admiring the panorama of the city from the top of the green hill.
One of the main natural attractions is the Rio Camuy Cave that was formed more than a million years ago. Currently, it is one of the largest caves in the Western Hemisphere. This huge cave was discovered in 1970, and studies have shown that it once served as a home to representatives of indigenous peoples. The cave is attractive for its crystalline stalactites and stalagmites, and a picturesque river flowing along the bottom.
A quite unusual tourist attraction is a museum called Park Bombay. It can be found in the old fire station building dated 1882. It had served the city until 1990 and later was closed. A very interesting museum was established in the building, the exhibits of which include old equipment used for extinguishing fires, as well as old photos of firefighters and other firefighting accessories.