DAY 10

Playa Larga→Cienfuegos→Trinidad
-Drive to Cienfuegos, walk the City
-Drive to Hotel Beach in Trinidad

CIENFUEGOS (On the way to Trinidad)
 UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cienfuegos listing in 2005. Has a spectacular natural bay, Cienfuegos is a nautical city with an enviable waterside setting. Founded in 1819, it's one of Cuba’s newest settlements, but also one of its most architecturally interesting. Geographically, the city is split into two distinct parts: the colonnaded central zone and Punta Gorda, a thin knife of land slicing into the bay with some of Cuba’s prettiest buildings.

*PUNTA GORDA: Nice area for a walk and watch the sunset.
*DELFINARIO: Swim and play tricks with the dolphins(Close on Wednesdays)
*TEATRO TERRY: In 1895 opened performing Verdi's Aida. French and Italian architecture.
*GUANAROCA LAGOON: Flamingos, Herons, Songbirds, Toucans, Cartacubas, etc. Guides & boatmen.
*EL NICHO WATERFALL: If you like waterfalls and plunging in an invigorating waters, then this is a must.
*PLAZA JOSE MARTI: A great location to check out some of the history on Cienfuegos. 
*PALACIO DE VALLE: The architecture is absolutely amazing and well preserved.
*JAGUA CASTLE: 1683-1746 to protect the bay from pirates who prowled the Caribbean coast in those days.
*JARDIN BOTANICO SOLEDAD: Variety of plants, beautiful setting, medicinal and culinary applications.
*CATEDRAL DE PURISIMA CONCEPCION: 1886. Neo-Gothic characteristics and is worth going inside.
*PALACIO FERRER: Beautiful, built by the merchant and landowner José Ferrer Spanish Sires

TRINIDAD (Day's final destination)
 The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trinidad, was built on the back of the 19th-century sugar and slave trade. At its zenith, in 1827, one of the 56 sugar mills in the region harvested the biggest cane haul in the world just under a million kilos of white pressed crystals. This enormous, conspicuous wealth shaped the town and no expense was spared in fashioning the finest Spanish colonial mansions, plazas and churches, which still stand testament to the vainglory of this profiteering era.