The cobbled streets, beautiful old town and colourful façades make Trinidad one of the most picturesque cities in Cuba. And thanks to its famous sugar plantations, also one of the sweetest!
The Church of the Holy Trinity (Santísima Trinidad) gives the name to the city with one of the best preserved historical centres in Cuba. The city’s colonial past is kept alive in its iconic mansions with red roofs and wooden balustrades. The architecture of Trinidad is so precious that it has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the roof of the Colonial Architecture Museum, you can see a beautiful panoramic view of the city. The Valle de los Ingenios, a former sugar plantation, is also a UNESCO site. You shouldn’t leave without visiting the Cascadas del Nicho National Park or taking a dip in the sea at Ancón.