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Trinidad, one of the two islands that are famous for offering visitors with a unique mix of eco-adventures, enchanting sceneries and a beautiful mix of cultural activities, is located off the tip of Venezuela. Trinidad is the larger and livelier of the two islands with Tobago being more reserved and laid back in nature. Port of Spain, the modern and exciting capital of Trinidad is particularly famous for emphatic attractions that are all located within a couple of hours’ drive – right from its exotic nightlife, grand festival celebrations, enchanting views, lush rainforests, stunning coral reefs, surreal sunsets, picture perfect pink coloured sea beaches and a serene atmosphere.
A rich history that comprises of indenture and slavery, the love of everything that relates to music, a beautiful mix of colours and cultures and national pride are what make up the character of Trinidad and its sister island Tobago. The best way to explore the sights and attractions as well as the history and culture of the region is to dive in and be prepared to allow the islands to unfold their sights as and when they please.
Exploring the idyllic beaches and calling a patch of sand to be your own and sun bathing might be the most popular things to do in Trinidad, but cycling, hiking, bird watching, rainforest tours and diving are also known to be extremely popular activities.
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|1. Museo Romántico
Calle Echerri 52
|What is it? Trinidad has a number of museums in colonial
mansions, but one of the best is the beautifully renovated Museo
Romántico overlooking the main square, Plaza Mayor,
which has an excellent exhibition of the paintings, decorative
furniture and porcelain that belonged to the wealthy Brunet family
in the 1830s.
Hours of Operation: Tuesday to Sunday 9am to 4.45pm
|2. Museo Histórico Municipal
Calle Simón Bolívar 423
|What is it? A former palace belonging to German sugarcane
plantation owner Justo Cantero, the museum displays examples of his
wealth in the cool, stylish rooms as well as some exhibits relating
to the sugar industry and history of Trinidad. A stairway leads to
a tower from which a superb view of Trinidad and the Escambray
mountains can be seen.
Hours of Operation: Saturday to Thursday 9am to 5pm
|3. Playa Ancon
||What is it? The soft sand and still, warm waters backed
by palm trees make the beach at Playa Ancon a popular trip from
Trinidad. Situated at the end of the peninsula, seven miles (12km)
south of Trinidad, Playa Ancon also offers watersports and some
good offshore snorkelling and diving sites.
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