Trinidad City is Cuba's colonial jewel, and is located on the south coast of the island, 67 km southwest of Sancti Spiritus, and 80 km to the east of Cienfuegos.
You can Rent a Car in Trinidad, and travel around the well known as the Museum city of the Caribbean Sea, it is the most colonial of all the cities on the island.
To walk on its stone streets, admire its churches and parks, paralyze yourself in front of its old houses examples of Spanish culture in America, are just some of the experiences you have to live in this magical corner of Cuba.
Trinidad was the fourth of the first seven towns in Cuba founded by Diego Velazquez in 1514. Trinidad has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and it reflects its colonial past in the splendor of the 18th and 19th centuries. It is home to sugar and honey, as well as to arts and crafts and ancient colonial palaces. One can learn about sugar cane mills, haciendas (farmsteads) and rich families who walked along its cobbled streets or visited its churches and chapels, which today are still well maintained.
About 4 kilometers from the city is the Valley of the Ingenious (Valle de los Ingenios ), also the Cultural Inheritance of Humanity, where at beginnings of the XIX century existed 48 Sugar Plants in full production, who's ruins are visited today by thousands of tourists who also admire the front of The tower of Iznaga.