- is a town in the province of Sancti Spíritus, central Cuba with more than 53000 inhabitants.
- together with the nearby Valle de los Ingenios, has been one of UNESCOs World Heritage sites since 1988.
- The Plaza Mayor of Trinidad is a plaza and an open air museum of Spanish colonial architecture. Only a few square blocks in size, the historic plaza area has cobblestone streets, pastel coloured houses with wrought-iron grills, and colonial era edifices such as the Santísima Trinidad Cathedral and Convento de San Francisco. The Municipal History Museum is in town also.
- Places of excursions are:
—> Valley of the Sugar Mills—Valle de los Ingenios, also a World Heritage Site, has around 70 historic sugar mills.
—> Topes de Collantes, one of Cuba’s premier ecotourism centres.
—> Ancon Beach—Playa Ancon is a white sand beach and was one of the first new resorts to be developed in Cuba following the 1959 revolution.