Trinidad in 1514 became the third settlement of the Spanish and was declared a world cultural heritage in 1988 because of its old colonial town center. Its charming palette of colors includes the red tiled roofs and the pastel shades of old facades with their restored wrought iron work, perched amongst pale stone stairwells and plazas. Local bars entice you in for a cool beer, rum or cocktail, while the rhythms of sunny Cuban music float through bars, restaurants and the many plazas and parks of the town.
Souvenirs are on sale at the local markets, hand crochet quilts and bedspreads are a Trinidad specialty. Old donkey drawn carts cross the streets and its quite normal to see a saddled horse waiting outside a doorway for its master.
Hotel Las Cuevas
Location: On a hill above the colonial town center with a splendid view on Trinidad, the Escambray mountain range until the Caribbean coast
Amenities: 3 stars, restaurant, 3 bars, pool, disco, tennis court, souvenir shop, exchange office, parking
Rooms: Bath/toilet, shower, air conditioning, telephone, satellite TV, room-safe
Catering: Half board
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