We will walk through the historic heart of the city of Trinidad, in a chronological order we will visit buildings dating from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century and analyze the evolution and difference in construction techniques and know the history of these buildings. Many of these properties are today private homes, which we will access because the owners are my personal friends, this will give us another perspective, how this people care for and protect the value and history of their homes. On this journey we will visit other places of interest such as, temples of African religion, craft markets, art galleries and art workshops, where in addition to seeing original pieces, you can share with the artists. At the end we will sit down one of the best establishments of our city, the Don Pepe Café, where we can talk and enjoy the traditional drink of Trinidad.
Duviel & Gonzalo
Gonzalo is a IT engineer graduated from the University of Computer Science in Havana and Duviel is a visual artist and art teacher graduated from the University of Pedagogical Sciences of Sancti Spíritus, both practicing their professions while working as tour guides, they are Two friends who like to socialize, movies, read about history and art, music, open spaces, nature, as well as camping on the beach and riding a bicycle.
Canchanchara Traditional drink from Trinidad, this drink dates back to colonial times
Entrance Entrance to the Municipal History Museum
After meeting at the meeting point (corner of Cristo and Desengaño streets, just in front of the Romantico Museum, also known as Brunet palace), we will go to Canchanchara, a building that is now a bar, but at the same time it is the oldest building in the city, then we will visit a typical 18th century house and then visit the Cantero palace, where we will have a panoramic view of the whole city.