Off the Tourist Path in Trinidad, Cuba

Photo Feature by Elio Delgado Valdes

HAVANA TIMES — The small colonial city of Trinidad is one of the top tourist attractions in Cuba.  Most groups visiting the capital, Havana or the Varadero beach resort, take excursions to this south-central town located not far from the coast and a gateway to the Escambray Mountains.

Here’s a look at the daily life of Trinidad residents, beyond the tourist paths.

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  • Marvellous photgraphs. I hav been to Cuba many times, unfortunately I never got to Trinidad. IT´a must!!! And I promie I´ll be there by november 2013. First Ié to earn money. Thanks a lot for your contribution.

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