As frozen in time, Trinidad gives the visitor the extraordinary charm of a lively city-museum nestled between sea and mountains. The city has managed to combine the tasks of modern life with the innumerable riches legacy since the founding of the town. Its hotels, restaurants, shops and other amenities of modern life have taken their space without Trinidad no longer an authentic colonial city.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, the old town of Trinidad, founded in the sixteenth century is undoubtedly a jewel of colonial architecture in our country and America. Attached to historical and cultural values of the area, the attractions of nature in the Escambray mountains, beaches and the beauty of its sea and the hospitality of the people, single out this region and each of the sites worth worth a visit.
Trinidad is located in south central Cuba, facing the Caribbean Sea, on the slopes of the mountains of Escambray Guamuahaya or belonging to the province of Sancti Spiritus.
Sites to visit:
Manaca-Iznaga, which overlooks the Valley of Mills, Topes de Collantes Natural Park, Marlin Marina, Cayo Blanco, Playa Ancon, Church Staff, Romantic Museum, Museum of History, Archeology Museum, the leap from Caburní, the cave of Skulls and Cayo Blanco de Casilda.
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This All-Inclusive hotel is located near a stunning seafront. It is also very close to the city of Trinidad that has being declared Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO. Surrounded by an amazing natural environment, varied offers, and attractive participative...
This hotel is often called the natural balcony of the city for it was built on the top of a hill bordered with beautiful gardens and caves. The whole Villa of Trinidad and its impressive coastline scenery can be seen from the hotel. Its closeness to the...