The Plaza Mayor in Trinidad, Cuba, is the historic centre of the town, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988.
A true paradise located only 15 minutes from Trinidad popular with locals and with no annoying vendors around.
Erected at the beginning of the 19th century, the tower was used to watch over and control the slaves who worked on sugar cane plantations…
Rather simple from the outside, yet magical inside. Its major attraction is the wooden statue made in Spain for Mexico that was left here.
This tiny museum is a real treat if old furniture is your thing. The house once belonged to the ruling family.