As frozen in time, Trinidad offers guests the extraordinary true museum town wedged between sea and mountain magic. She has combined the necessities of modern life to innumerable riches that are his legacy since its founding. Its hotels, restaurants, shops and other amenities required by modern life occupied his space without Trinidad abandons its status as authentic colonial city.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, the old town of Trinidad, founded in the sixteenth century, is undoubtedly one of the colonial architectural gems of our country and the American continent. United by historical and cultural values, the natural attractions of the area of the Escambray mountains, beaches and the splendor of the sea and the hospitality of its people make an exceptional region and each site deserves a visit.
We also can not miss visiting the symbolic tower Manaca-Iznaga, from which it dominates the Valle de los Ingenios beaches Ancon and Maria Aguilar, the cascade of Caburni the Calaveras Cave or nearby islands among which Cayo Blanco de Casilda distinguished.
We also recommend visiting the provincial capital, Sancti Spiritus, the cradle of the troubadours and the Cuban cities where you can revel in the most nature because, although it is located in the heart of the island, it is bordered by Zaza lake, major tobacco growing areas and mountainous regions. Trinidad, in south-central Cuba, looking towards the Caribbean Sea, on the slopes of mountains of Escambray Guamuahaya or belongs to the province of Sancti Spiritus.
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- Trinidad, a city with the charm of nineteenth