"Trinidad" Trinidad by JessieLang
Trinidad Travel Guide: 229 reviews and 673 photos
Trinidad was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 for its fine colonial architecture, and it deserves the recognition. Some of the rich owners of sugar plantations lived in Trinidad. One of them is now the museum, and some others are being renovated.
There is a lot to do in Trinidad itself, and there are some great day trips with Trinidad as a base.
- In a nutshell:relaxed small town in an interesting area
I like to walk through the streets or sit in a plaza, and see what is going on around me. Here are a few Trinidad... more travel advice
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