Trinidad is located in the province of Sancti Spiritus and is one of the Unesco World Heritage sites located in Cuba.
Trinidad is seen as one of the best preserved colonial cities in Cuba and is often referred to as “the living museum”.
It was founded in 1514 by Diego Velasquez the Spanish Conquistador and became a centre for trading sugar for almost 200 years making it one of the wealthiest areas in Cuba in its hay day.
If you have seen pictures online of colourful houses and cobbled streets this is the place.
The city really is one of a kind and close by the Topes de Collantes National Park is a real treat for any adventurer looking for picturesque hiking trails or horseback trekking.
The Topes de Collantes is home to an array of wildlife, draw dropping views and waterfalls for an ever needed refresh after a hike in the Cuban heat.