Trinidad is a town in the province of Sancti Spíritus, central Cuba. Together with the nearby Valle de los Ingenios, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1988. Trinidad was founded on December 23, 1514 by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar under the name “Villa de la Santísima Trinidad”. 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, houses in pastel colors with wrought-iron grilles, and colonial-era edifices such as the Santísima Trinidad Cathedral and Convento de San Francisco.
The Municipal History Museum is in town also. There are several “casas de la musica”, including one next to the cathedral in Plaza Major. Trinidad is simply a historical-cultural gem.
Almost all travel programs are based on some cultural complement. Culture is a fundamental part of the idiosyncrasy of peoples. Starting with music, dance or theater as the most popular artistic expressions and continuing to culinary culture and popular wisdom.
Almost all of our offers have an educational component. Starting from the premise that education is fed by everything that gives us some knowledge, historical-cultural trips can also be considered educational trips. Whenever the journey through different experiences brings new elements to our general or specific knowledge, it will be an educational journey.
At Summitour we offer many excursions and escort tours to historical places in each destination where we go. In each country in which we specialize we have offers to sites that are a World Heritage Site, or that have been relevant at some point in ancient or modern history. With Summitour, your reunion with history is possible.