It is one of the most beautiful cities in Cuba. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. It was the third village founded by the Spanish Crown in Cuba, thanks to Diego Velázquez in 1514. It is currently a city-museum with a great colonial architectural heritage of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, between the one that emphasizes its narrow paved streets, its precious restored buildings, its majestic churches and its fantastic patios that grant that typical colonial atmosphere to him.
The city has around fifty palaces and innumerable buildings worthy of admiration, such as the Parish Church of the Holy Trinity, the Romantic Museum located in the Brunet Palace, the Temple House of Yemayá, where an altar dedicated to the divinity of the sea is found, and many more places of interest that will undoubtedly catch you like the Ancon beach with its fine sand.
In addition, the city is rich in squares and squares such as the well-known Plazuela Las Tres Palmitas or Plaza de Santa Ana. The last one is located in the historic center, 500 meters from the Plaza Mayor and was the access point to the Valle de los Ingenios. The Plaza Mayor de Trinidad was the starting point of the restoration in the 80s and is where the statue of Terpsícore, muse of dance and music, is located.
We advise you to converse with a Trinitarian, he will tell you fabulous legends of slaves, pirates and hidden treasures. They are people characterized by being friendly and simple, as well as being excellent hosts.