Trinidad City Tour


Trinidad city -tour
Pick up at the hotel by air  conditioned car. Departure from the hotel according to the time set for the tour. Guide service included.
A visit to El Mirador ,a lookout point at Valle de Los Ingenios affording nice views of Valle de San Luis, Escambray mountains range and the Caribbean Ocean.
A visit to the Potter's house to appreciate the best Trinidad pottery (free time for gift shopping)
Visit to Trinidad city, the so-called Museum City of Cuba, appointed Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988.
Visit to the historical center, walking tour around Plaza Mayor and Romantic museum that recreates the environment of a classical colonial architecture.
Walking tour through the mains Squares and streets in town,such as Plaza Mayor, Plaza Real del Jigue among others.
 Typical Cuban lunch.
 Visit Canchánchara bar- restaurant to taste this well-known cocktail,Trinidad's local drink.
Return to the hotels.


Trinidad y sus montañas.

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mara say:

2017-03-31 08:41 AM

Me gustaría conocer este hermoso lugar

carlos say:

2017-04-17 22:17 PM

este servicio es muy bueno gracias yasmin por las atenciones todos los que quieran recibir una buena y experiencia en tu guia saludos

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