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Situated between the Escambray Mountains and the Caribbean Sea, the compact colonial centre of Trinidad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its cobbled streets, terracotta rooftops and pastel coloured houses are easily explored on foot.

Nearby, the picturesque emerald valley was once the centre of the sugar trade industry and home to the plantations that brought wealth and prosperity to Trinidad in the 18th and 19th centuries. Today the ruins of estates, sugar mills and other remnants are visited by tourists who want to learn about the history of slavery and experience the beauty of the valley.

Further afield, the Escambray Mountains provide excellent opportunities for hiking and reveal a world of natural rock pools and waterfalls.