Trinidad, the Museum City of Cuba, is together with the next door Valley of Mills declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Its chalets, squares and churches keep the splendor of the early days in 1514 when the settlement was founded. Stoned streets, wooden balconies, horse pulled-carriages, and simple and warm people, are features of the site. In Trinidad you are adviced to try the Canchanchara, a refreshing cocktail made of hootch water, lemmon, honey and ice; or have a bath in the Ancon beach, the best on the south of Cuba or Maria Aguiar beach and make a excursion to Topes de Collantes, the heart of the Escambray Mounts.
Worth a visit: The historical center of Trinidad and its museums; the Valley of Mills and Manaca-Iznaca Tower; The Marina Marlin, Ancon beach and Cayo Blanco.