Trinidad: “Cuba’s museum town”
Founded by the conquistador Diego Velasquez, Trinidad was one of Cuba’s biggest producers of sugar cane, what used to be the country’s most valuable resource. Today the town is known for its historical center and colonial architecture, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city center is easily recognizable by its colonial mansions, the remnants of the old sugar mills and its cobbled streets.
A CITY CENTER RICH IN COLONIAL HISTORY
The Plaza Mayor is located right in the city center where, every evening, different groups of dancers perform at the popular Casa de la Musica.
A town of infinite cultural riches, Trinidad is home to many museums such as the Romantic Museum, the Architecture Museum, the Archeology Museum or the Museum of Colonial Art.
TRINIDAD: AN ENCHANTING SETTING
Nestled in an idyllic spot between sea and mountains, Trinidad offers a splendid variety of natural attractions such as rock climbing, fishing or swimming.
Just outside Trinidad, you can take a trip in an old locomotive train across the old sugar cane plantations - enough to delight any hopeless romantic!
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