Attractions in Trinidad, Ancón and Topes de Collantes

Tavern La Botija

Yet another tavern-style restaurant with a very high approval rating according to the opinions posted on internationally acclaimed traveler forums on the web such as Trip Advisor.

Managed by private enterprise, this establishment is situated in one of the most ancient houses in the town and stands almost at the core of Trinidad’s historical center.

The most commonly recommended culinary specialties here are those involving Italian cookery, although there is also a wide variety of charbroiled dishes of Cuban and international fare.

The place could be regarded as a museum of sorts, since on display for visitors lie valuable collections of antiquities, firearms and blades, bills, ancient documents, shackles and even an old mill: the machine formerly used to grind cane to obtain sugar; not coincidentally the production and trade of sugar cane happened to be the chief economic activity of the region between the XVII and XIX centuries.

Address: 71B Calle Amargura, Trinidad 62600, Cuba

Telephone:+53 5 2830147