Casa de la Trova Miguel Companioni
Formerly known as Plaza de Jesús, this tiny square was where the Spanish authorities once conducted grisly public hangings. Later on, it...
Iglesia Parroquial Mayor del Espíritu Santo
Overlooking Plaza Honorato is this verging-on-decrepit church. Originally constructed of wood in 1522 and rebuilt in stone in 1680, it's...
Museo de Ciencias Naturales
Not much of a natural history museum, this colonial house just off Parque Serafín Sánchez has a stuffed crocodile (which will scare the...
Casa de la Cultura
Numerous cultural events that at weekends spill out into the street and render the pavement impassable. It's situated on the southwest...
Mesón de la Plaza
Long a solid option, this state-run restaurant is encased in a 19th-century mansion that once belonged to a rich Spanish tycoon. You can...
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Lonely Planet review
Another of Cuba's famous trova (traditional poetic singing) houses, this kicking folk-music venue in a colonial building off Plaza Honorato is on a par with anything in Trinidad. But here the crowds are 90% local and 10% tourist.