The Cuban city of Trinidad is one of the country’s most charming locations – a perfectly preserved Spanish colonial settlement. It was built at the beginning of the 1800s, and was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. What’s more, it’s right in the center of Cuba, on the southern coast, making everything within easy reach.
The town’s charm lies in its pedestrianized cobbled streets, where locals happily potter along saying hello to anyone they come across. The city also features a Plaza Mayor, where much of the action takes place. Here you’ll find the Santísima Trinidad Church, which houses the country’s most important religious artifact: the marble altar dedicated to the Virgin of Mercy. It’s also only twelve kilometers away from the southern coast’s most pristine beach: Playa Ancón, with beautiful white sand lapped by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, offering water sports and scuba diving.
Every tourist and student that comes here will enjoy a stay they’ll never forget!
Request more information Enroll now!