Sancti Spiritus

Sancti Spíritus, was settled on the margins of Yayabo river, and still nowadays the visitor can enjoy the view of its historic center buildings with the mixture of the architectonic styles that prevailed in Cuba during the colonial times. We suggest Rancho Hatuey in Sancti Spiritus for accommodation in this city. The most outstanding location within the province of Sancti Spiritus is Trinidad City, the Villa that was founded by the Spanish back in 1514, known as a museum city and it is also one of the better preserved cities in Latin America in terms of colonial architecture. Trinidad, its museums, bars and restaurants are places that deserve a visit. This city was declared a World Heritage site in 1988

Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad

The most outstanding location within the province of Sancti Spiritus is Trinidad City. The Villa that was founded by the spanish back in 1514. Sancti Spíritus, was settled on the margins of Yayabo river, and still nowadays the visitor can enjoy the view of its historic center buildings with the mixture of architectonic styles that prevailed in Cuba during the colonial times. The most important constructions found in the city are the Iglesia Parroquial Mayor,the Teatro Principal and the bridge over Yayabo River. Also an agricultural region , the economy in this province is based in the production of sugar,tobbaco, fishing and the tourism that attracted by the charms of Trinidad City. Trinidad is known as a museum city and it is also one of the better preserved cities in Latin America in terms of colonial architecture. Trinidad , its museums ,bars and restaurants are places that deserve a visit. This city was declared a World Heritage site in 1988. Places of interest like Plaza Mayor, La Canchanchara Bar, La Iglesia Parroquial Mayor, the Romantic museum, the Musuem of Natural Sciences , the Architecture Museum and Playa Ancon with its tranquil warm waters,make the difference between Trinidad and other Cuba major cities.

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