Study abroad in Trinidad
Education Travel for Students and Adults
Inscribed to the World Heritage list of the UNESCO the city of Trinidad has the most preserved colonial architecture in Cuba. Located at the centre of the island, between the Caribbean Sea and the Sierra del Escambray, it is in Trinidad that a significant part of Cuban rum and cigars are produced. There one will also find sugar cane plantations. Home of 75.000 inhabitants only, Trinidad is a welcoming, friendly city. Experience time travelling in its little streets whenever coming across horse drawn carts. Though less known than many other towns on the island, the small scale of Trinidad and the warmth of its inhabitants make it an original and most pleasant destination for a language course.