Called “the museum city of Cuba”, this colonial and quaint city located between the Escambray Mountains and the Caribbean Sea was founded in 1514.

The city stopped in time.

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.

Walking through its cobblestone streets, the remnants of sugar mills and slave barracks you will relive the past of this town and its vicissitudes, as the time would has never gone by. All its Palaces, houses, squares and churches are well conserved, keeping the splendor of 1514.
The near Valle de los Ingenios [Valley of the Sugar Mills] has plenty ruins of dozens of 19th century sugar mills and its mountains offers a good challenge to climbers; while if you wish swimming, just few km away there’s the Playa Ancon with its beautiful waters and many aquatic activities, while shoppers may find their souvenir at the Craft Market in town.
If you loves history, architecture and museums, Trinidad cannot be missed.
During the day, Trinidad seems to be asleep in the XVI century, while at night awakes among lights, Cuban and Afro live music, dance, Rum and fun and goes on until sunrise.
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