Las Ruinas de Sagarte
Iglesia Parroquial de la Santísima Trinidad
Despite its rather unremarkable outer facade, this church on the northeastern side of Plaza Mayor graces countless Trinidad postcard...
Museo de Arquitectura Trinitaria
Another public display of wealth sits on the southeastern side of Plaza Mayor in a museum showcasing upper-class domestic architecture...
Across Calle Simón Bolívar is the glittering Palacio Brunet. The ground floor was built in 1740, and the upstairs was added in 1808. In...
Palenque de los Congos Reales
A must for rumba fans, this open patio on Trinidad's music alley has an eclectic menu incorporating salsa, son (Cuban popular music)...
The slickest of the town’s newcomer restaurants is perched on a lovely terrace above Trinidad’s red-tiled rooftops and run by the...
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Lonely Planet review
Another ruin (Trinidad's full of them) with a good house band and a high-energy, low-pressure dance scene.