The cobbled streets of Trinidad take you back in time to the days of Spanish colonialism. This is one of Cuba’s most picturesque towns, its brightly painted houses and colonial architecture well preserved. The main square, Plaza Mayor, is a Unesco World Heritage Site, and is surrounded by graceful arcades and the 18th-century Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad. Don’t miss a stroll along the Calle Obispo, lined with colonial mansions, or a visit to the Museo de la Revolución, housed in the former palace of the governor. Trinidad is also a great place to enjoy Cuban music and dance, with nightly performances in the town square.