Excursion through the historic city of Trinidad, which for its state of preservation faithfully reproduces the atmosphere of the colonial era. One of the most beautiful colonial cities in Cuba, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Trinidad was founded by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar in 1514 with the name of Villa De la Santísima Trinidad. It is one of the best preserved cities in the Caribbean, from the time when sugar was the main trade in these places. The remains of that colonial and slavery period, in which Trinidad flourished, constitute the main attraction of visitors. Walk through the paved streets, OPTIONAL visit to the city museum and to the Santissima Trinidad church, stop at the Canchánchara bar where you can enjoy (optional and for a fee) a typical drink, whose recipe comes from the customs of the Spanish settlers who used the ingredients typical of the place, lime juice, brown sugar and rum. OPTIONAL stop at the ceramic craft workshop, which is one of the artistic and cultural resources typical of the Trinidad area. In the afternoon free time at leisure to continue the visit of Trinidad at will. Evening available.