Trinidad

Colonial Charm and Vibrant Streets

Frequently described as a “living museum”, Trinidad is one of the best-preserved colonial cities in the Caribbean. Its rich historical and architectural offering earnt the city UNESCO World Heritage status in 1988.

The town was built on sugar-trade fortunes amassed during the early 19th century, its past wealth evidenced by the sprawling plazas, grandiose churches and stately mansions that dot the centre. Despite centuries of turbulence and the loss of these riches, stepping out into Trinidad feels a lot like stepping out in 1850.

Pretty gardens, colourful constructions and cobbled streets combine to make an incredibly charming with photo opportunities around every corner. There a number of superb natural attractions in the area, perfect for day trips, and a superb live music scene for evening entertainment.

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