Cuba Travel Network is waiting for you in Trinidad!Trinidad is known for its culture, history, architecture, and the warmth of the local people. Walking the streets of the city, you’ll experience its unique charm, and the essence of a place preserved in 19th-century time.
Trinidad is also known for its music, fiestas and its food. The city is also surrounded by beautiful countryside and scenery. Enjoy an excursion or walk during your stay.
To assist you with all the attention you need, Cuba Travel Network has a specialist based in Trinidad.
Telephone (01)5 285 6855 (Floor)
How to get there?
To get to Trinidad, or any other province in Cuba, you can reserve a transfer from your hotel. If you’re based in any other area, renting a hire car could be the best option. You can arrange a transfer, or book a hire car online on our website.
Another option is to take the Víazul coach service that runs on regular routes across the island (Viazul).
Where to stay?
For your accommodation we recommend Mesón del Regidor. A charming, small hotel in the center of the city, with a pretty interior patio with garden, where you can relax in the shade and enjoy the fresh air provided by its trees.
What to do in Trinidad?
- The Museum of Trinidad Architecture. This beautiful, blue-hued building was completed in 1819, and here you’ll find historic and architectural artifacts dating from the 16th to the 19th century during your visit.
- The Ayala disco. If you like dancing and listening to Cuban music, head to the Ayala disco for an unusual club experience. It’s also known as ‘The Cave’ as the disco is underground in a natural cave!
- The Church of the Holy Trinity. This sacred space for locals was rebuilt in 1892 and stands on the Plaza Mayor. Inside you’ll find historic, religious artifacts and the important venerated statue of the Christ of La Vera Cruz that dates from 1731.
- The Canchánchara Tavern. Enjoy a cocktail of the same name at this popular tavern. La Canchánchara is made from honey, lemon, firewater, ice and water. You can also hear local musicians and dance to their music at this rustic bar close to the Plaza Mayor.
Don’t miss eating the local Trinidad cuisine. You can eat in two well known private restaurants (paladares) in the city:
- Sol Ananda Restaurant. Located in a colonial home in one of the corners of the Plaza Mayor, this private restaurant is embellished with beautiful antique furniture. It’s known for its fusion dishes that feature influences from Asian cuisine.Rubén Martínez Villena Street (Real Street) #45 corner of Simón Bolívar Street (Desengaño Street).
- La Redacción Restaurant. This newly opened paladar was, at one time, the editing offices of a newspaper. The restaurant’s specialty is fish and seafood. We also recommend its soups, bread with guacamole, and the delicious hummus.Maceo Street (Gutiérrez Street) #463 between Simón Bolívar Street (Desengaño Street) and Fco. Javier Zerquera Street (Rosario Street).
We also recommend two excursions that include places of interest very close to the city:
- Guanayara Park mountain safari