Trinidad, Cuba Travel Guide
Written by admin on January 7, 2021
The southcentral Cuban coastal city of Trinidad and the Valley of the Sugar Mills were both declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1988. Founded in the early 16th century, Trinidad is one of the most well preserved colonial cities in all of the Americas. Cradled between the mountains and the Caribbean coast, the city offers many picturesque natural attractions. With its rich colonial architecture and vibrant nightlife, Trinidad is one of Cuba’s finest cities.
Table of Contents:
Trinidad, Cuba – Culture – Location & Orientation – Climate & When to Visit – Sightseeing Highlights – Day Trip to Trinidad – Two Days in Trinidad – Valley of the Sugar Mills (Valle de los Ingenios) – Plaza Mayor & City Museums – Church of the Holy Trinity (Iglesia Parroquial de la Santisima Trinidad) – Brunet Palace (Romantic Museum) – Church & Monastery of St Francis (Museum of the Fight Against Bandits) – Cantero Palace (Municipal History Museum) – House of Sanchez Iznaga (Museum of Colonial Architecture) – Guamuhaya Archeological Museum – Casilda – Topes de Collantes Nature Reserve Park – La Boca – Escambray Mountains – Cayo Iguana – Recommendations for the Budget Traveler – Places to Stay – Club Amigo Costasur – Hotel Club Ancon – Finca Maria Dolores – Iberostar Grand Hotel – Las Cuevas – Places to Eat – Hacienda Codina – El Mason de la Plaza – Bar Colonial – Restaurante Museo 1514 – Davimart – Places to Shop – La Casa del Tabaco – Galeria Pincelada Colonial – El Alfarero Casa Chichi – Souvenir Shopping – Music CDs
By Christina Taylor