Trinidad, “the museum city of Cuba”, strikes the imagination of its guests with its beauty and huge historical and cultural heritage.
This small town is definitely a window to the past. Like the time-travel machine it allows tourists to enjoy the majesty of colonial palaces and plazas, see the remnants of sugar mills and slave barracks from another era and walk along narrow cobblestone streets with rich Spanish colonial architecture.
Trinidad was founded in 1514, and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Many of its most striking buildings, including the Museo Histórico Municipal and the Museo de Arquitectura Trinitaria, are situated around Trinidad’s central public square, Plaza Mayor.
Trinidad’s picture-perfect location, between mountains and the Caribbean coastline, offers an abundance of natural attractions. Climb the mountains of the nearby Sierra del Escambray, refresh yourself at the immaculate Ancón Beach, or go bass fishing in the Embalse Zaza.
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