Trinidad is the top jewel of Cuba’s colonial cities and declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. Frozen in time since it was the center of the Cuban sugar trade in the 19th century, it’s history and architecture date back to the early 16th century and it is one of the best-preserved colonial cities in the Caribbean. Like Sancti Spiritus, Trinidad was founded by the Spanish conquistador, Diego Velazquez de Cuellar as another of his villas and during the early 19th century, the town grew on the back of the sugar and slave trade and no expense was spared in fashioning the finest Spanish colonial mansions, plazas and churches, which still stand testament to the vainglory of this profiteering era. Many of the sugar barons houses have been turned into museums and the town is so well preserved it creates the illusion of a time warp.
Places & Things To-do
Address: Antonio Maceo (Gutiérrez) Nro:471 e/ Simón Bolívar (Rosario) y Francisco J. Zerquera (Desengaño)
Phone: +53 5271 1479Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Cristo esquina la escalinata No 38 Trinidad Cuba.
Phone: +53 5263 8800
Address: Calle Real # 45 Plaza Mayor esquina Francisco J. Zerquera (Desengaño)
Phone: +53 5281 46 12 and +53 5313 0181
Address: Simón Bolívar # 557
Phone: +53 4199 4329
Address: 443 Calle Gutierrez Trinidad
Sol y Son
Address: Simon Bolívar # 283 e/ José Martí y Frank Pais
Phone: + 53 4199 2926