Visit three of Cuba’s most historical cities, considered by UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Learn about their people and rich traditions. Visit Cienfuegos, “The Pearl of the South”, located in the south of central Cuba. Get to know its culture and musical origins, its architecture and magical city. Discover Trinidad, known as “The Villa of the Holy Trinity”, the third villa founded by the Spanish Crown in Cuba, in early 1514. It was founded by Diego Velázquez and evolved rapidly becoming one of the most prosperous villas of the largest island of the Antilles. Trinidad is the Cuban city that preserves with fidelity the imprint of its colonial past. Walking through the streets and squares of the historic center can be a journey back in time. Visit the Villa Sancti Spíritus, the fourth villa founded in 1514. You will admire its church built in 1680 and the bridge over the river Yayabo, built in 1825, relevant symbols of the time. Explore Topes de Collantes, a Magnificent Natural Spectacle. Finally, you will travel to Camaguey city, founded in 1515, called Santa Maria del Puerto del Príncipe, also known as Port-au-Prince. It was the sixth Villa founded during the Spanish colonization of the island.
You will see how the Cubans are trying to create new private businesses in the island and understand how the Cuban dual currency works. All tours are in private.