Trinidad, the treasure of Cuba

A small but very attractive town

Trinidad, the treasure of Cuba, is a small city in the central territory known for being the most beautiful colonial city in Latin America. You can visit the city in one or two days since the historic centre is very small and everything is very close. Certainly, the best is its sunset.

The most important things to see in Trinidad

First of all, one of the essential stops is the old town. You must wander around the city to discover each of the wonderful corners. Also, during the morning you can see groups playing the typical Cuban songs.

In addition, we recommend you go up to the roof of the Municipal Historical Museum to enjoy the best views of the city.

On the other hand, you have tu visit The Main Square of Trinidad. There, you can see the Main Church of the Holy Trinity and the typical Bell Tower of the Convent of San Francisco de Asís, one of the symbols of Trinidad.

Also, you can make a small trip (11 Km) to the Ancón Beach. It is not the best beach but it is close to the city.

Where to sleep in Trinidad?

There are several types of accommodation in Trinidad, from more expensive hotels to very cheap hostels.

On the one hand, if you want to stay in a hotel, we recommend you the Iberostar chain or the Hotel Memories Trinidad. On the other hand, if you prefer to live a totally authentic experience, you must stay in private homes. Some of them are: Casa Zenia Wanda, El Ceramista, Casa Barmarin, etc. Choose one option or another, you must make the reservation in advance.

Where to eat in Trinidad?

Some of the best restaurants are: San José restaurant, Bistro Trinidad, Cubita restaurant, the Taberna la Canchánchara and the Redacción Cuba. Also, there are other interesting options.

Finally, there are other activities and attractions to see in Trinidad but we think that these are the main and essential. We can confirm that Trinidad, the treasure of Cuba, is a very peculiar and beautiful town.

If there comes a day that you decide to visit this charming country, don’t forget to buy a visa card for Cuba. Today, the visa has a fairly high cost and is mandatory.

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