DAY 11

-Walk the city

 Plaza Mayor is the town’s pivot, around which sit the 1892 honey-hued. La Parroquial Mayor Church. Palacio Brunet (home to Museo Romantico. Sanchez Iznaga mansion (Architecture Museum). Gallery of Casa Aldeman Ortiz. Sugar palace 1830 (History Museum). Those interiors are embellished with Baccarat crystal, frescoed walls, marble statues, handsome furniture embedded with delicate mother-of-pearl imagery, ostentatious Sèvres vases, vast flower-frilled English porcelain canteens and exquisitely embroidered lace. The iconic attractive bell tower of the old San Francisco Convent (now the Nacional Museum of the fight against the bandit)

 At the height of Trinidad’s-Spain sugar-fuelled revolution in 1827, the hands of more than 11,000 slaves powered 56 sugar mills. The slaves shipped from the west coast of Africa.

While you're out in the valley, soak up the royal palms and antique relics revealing the wealth of the region. Get ready to some hard work crushing sugar cane on a working press (like slaves did). After refreshing with sugar cane juice, dig into a full hog roast lunch in the old plantation Ranch. Explore the beautiful hidden ruins of the once-glorious sugar revolution. The interior of the Ranch features the exotic faded frescoes of Italian artist Daniele Dal’Aglio, romantically framed by a huge flame tree. An antique steam train with, led by a modern locomotive, rumbles out into the valley, better known as the UNESCO-protected Valley of the Sugar Mills. The train pulls up at the Ranch and its slave-watching tower, which, today offers outstanding views of the undulating hills. 

A bathing holiday offers next to a dream beach the combination of culture and especial excursions & International Diving Center. Near to the mountains and a short distance from Trinidad´s Historic Centre. Here you can find fascinating milelong coastal sections with fine sand, a beach paradise...your holiday will be a success! . Situated at the southcoast of Cuba, is on a land tongue, which is surrounded by the Caribbean sea on one side and at the other side by mangrove bays.

 Although nearly every Cuban city has a Casa de la Musica, is special. Staged high above the centro & uniquely nestled on the escalinata (staircase) above Plaza Mayor, the party here never disappoints.

Imagine a massive cobblestone staircase in which every stair is 4 feet wide, in between a bar & a music stage. The result is hundreds of people dancing on the various stairs, creating as many levels of dance floors as there are stairs. It’s a must-see experience, and you’ll have no excuse to not see it.
 They perform live music every night from 7 pm on

Javira. A nearby waterfall that you could take there to on foot or horseback. Don’t forget to explor the caves behind the waterfall