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Cigars may be the first thing on your mind when you are told about going on Cheap Cuba Holidays. You will be surprised to find out that the Republic of Cuba offers more than you can imagine which would make your Cheap Cuba Holidays a true out-of-the-box experience.
First stop during your Cuba Cheap Holidays is the exciting town of Trinidad which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988. A visit to Trinidad during your Cuba Cheap Holidays will make you realize the truth to the words of tourism officials who claim that the town is a museum in itself. Here you will find architecture during the Spanish colonial era including pastel-coloured houses, beautiful palaces, wrought-iron grills and cobblestone streets.
While you're there during your Cheap Cuba Holidays, drop by the Valley of the Sugar Mills where you will get an idea of how the Cuban economy survived for centuries thanks to its sugar industry. The Valley, with its 70 sugar mills, is part of the World Heritage Site. A trip to the ancient castle built by Alejo Iznaga Borrell during your Cheap Cuba Holidays will also keep you gaping at the 45-meter tower called Torre Iznaga.
Plaza Mayor is another destination for your Cuba Cheap Holidays as it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 18th and 19th century buildings along the square were owned by the citys wealthy landowners who got rich in sugar trading. The same industry that placed Trinidad in the world map led the town to the backwaters with its demise. You will find during your Cuba Cheap Holidays how attractive the red terracotta-tiled roods of the Colonial houses of Trinidad which may inspire you to build your own Trinidad-inspired home when you get back.