The city's revived shopping street, Calle Independencia Sur, is traffic-free and lined with statues, sculptures and myriad curiosity shops. Check out the opulent Colonia Española Building, once a whites-only gentlem…
This open-air market in front of the Casa de la Trova is the place to buy souvenirs, especially textiles and crochet work. Avoid buying black coral or turtle-shell items, made from endangered species. They are forbi…
Trinidad is known for its pottery. In this large factory, teams of workers make trademark Trinidad ceramics from local clay using a traditional potter's wheel. You can watch them at work and buy the finished product…
Dodge the street hustlers and satisfy your alcoholic (rum) and tobacco vices here.
Interesting selection of probing, mainly abstract art by local artists.
Three levels of austerity-busting shopping behind a beautifully restored magnolia colonial edifice on Parque Serafín Sánchez.
Just down from Plaza Mayor, this government store has a good selection of Cuban handicrafts and regular souvenirs.
Revolutionary (mainly in Spanish) reading material for erudite travelers in a store opposite the post office.
Mini–department store housed in one of the city's finest colonial buildings.
Musical instruments are made here and sold in the adjacent shop.