Attractions in Trinidad, Ancón and Topes de Collantes

Plaza Mayor

A beautiful plaza that will make the visitor feel mentally transported to times bygone due to the fine state of preservation of the plaza itself and of the buildings enveloping the place raised in the XVIII and XIX centuries. The streets cobbled in the old style, the large latticed windows beginning practically at street level, the immense front doors of buildings always crafted using precious woods. They provide a myriad of architectonic and decorative details offering the visitor a glimpse of what Trinidad looked like in its days of economic splendor, when its environs were scattered with sugar mills that to a great extent were the backbone of the island’s economy.

In it one finds the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the Brunet Palace, a magnificent construction from the year 1741, the Convent of San Fernando and the Palace Cantero.