Cerro de la Vigía
Across Calle Simón Bolívar is the glittering Palacio Brunet. The ground floor was built in 1740, and the upstairs was added in 1808. In...
Museo Nacional de la Lucha Contra Bandidos
The most recognizable building in Trinidad, the dilapidated pastel-yellow bell tower occupies the former convent of San Francisco de...
Iglesia Parroquial de la Santísima Trinidad
Despite its unremarkable facade, this church on the northeastern side of Plaza Mayor graces countless Trinidad postcards. Rebuilt in...
A slightly tacky cabaret with an indigenous theme that takes place in a cave up on the hill behind the Ermita Popa church. A frenetic...
A slick private option perched on a lovely terrace above Trinidad’s red-tiled rooftops. Run by the charismatic sommelier Bolo, its...
Cerro de la Vigía information
For a good workout and broad vistas of Trinidad, the Valle de los Ingenios and the Caribbean littoral, walk up Simón Bolívar between the Iglesia Parroquial and the Museo Romántico to the destroyed 18th-century hermitage, part of a former Spanish military hospital turned luxury hotel. From here it's 30 minutes further up the hill to the radio transmitter (180m).