Known as the City Museum of Cuba, the village of Trinidad combines features of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries.
The Village of the Holy Trinidad, founded in early 1514 by Diego Velasquez, arrived to its 500 years of life while remaining as one of the most complete and preserved architectural jewels of the American continent.
Walking Trinidad takes you to witness the cobblestone streets and the magnificent architecture of the city.
The Historic Center of Trinidad along with the Sugar Mills Valley were declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988.
Translated by Escambray