Cuba - Trinidad & Sancti Spiritus Province (Chapter)
This is the Trinidad & Sancti Spíritus Province chapter from Lonely Planet’s Cuba guidebook.
Trinidad, thanks to careful preservation efforts, is considered one of the most intact colonial towns in the Americas, while Sancti Spíritus (the city) has a more intangible, crumbling allure. Complementing its historical depth, Sancti Spíritus province boasts beaches and mountains. Within mirror-glinting distance of Trinidad lies the haunting Escambray, which, with a network of decent trails, is Cuba’s best hiking area.
- visiting museums and recline in colonial comfort in one of 90+ new restaurants in time-warped Trinidad
- exploring woodland, waterfalls and war history in the Jobo Rosado Reserve
- strolling without an itinerary around the recently beautified streets of Sancti Spíritus city
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Trinidad, Playa Ancón & around, Valle de los Ingenios, Topes de Collantes, Sancti Spíritus, and Northern Sancti Spíritus Province.
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