Spanish Governor Diego Velázquez founded
the settlement of Santísima Trinidad (Holy Trinity) in what is now Sancti
Spíritus Province in 1515.
Explore this city starting from Mayor (Main) Square. You'll be tempted
to tarry in the Mayor (Main) Church, museums, Artesanos (Craftsmen's)
Square and Santa Ana Square.
Trinidad Cuba Travel Agency, The Canchánchara his is absolutely the right place for recouping energy
and deciding where to go next-to the outskirts of town, to see the Manaca-Iznaga
Tower, Ingenios (Sugarmill) Valley and María Aguilar Beach, or to the
Escambray Mountains, to see Topes de Collantes and Caburní Falls. All
are great attractions. Then, too, there's Calaveras (Skull) Cave, Lake
Zaza (if you like fishing) and the various hunting preserves in the area.
The museum's exhibits show the city's architectural development
in the 18th and 19th centuries: carved wooden elements, walls built using
the mud plaster technique, decorative grilles, wooden railings, horseshoe
arches, louvered windows and other details Trinidad Cuba Travel Agency.