At Casa Barmarin, most of the elements that make this charming 18th century Cuban home were restored: mural paintings, wood panels and terracotta tiles.
The charming central patio typical of the architecture of the time is ideal for relaxing and enjoying the tropical climate.
Trinidad preserves its traditions through the hands of its people, those who for decades have been dedicated to transforming clay into useful objects, those who have transmitted their talent as weavers to the new generations that today exhibit their creations in the bazaars, the troubadours that we find strolling through the cobblestone streets, and those who preserve the tradition of preparing the canchanchara cocktail in every place in Trinidad… all of them make a Trinidad full of talented hosts.
Narrow cobbled streets, restored buildings, majestic church, the Plaza Mayor and fantastic patios, give it that typically colonial atmosphere. But the magic goes beyond that, it is its traditions and legends, its proud people and natural wealth together with the fascinating architecture that make Trinidad one of the most charming cities in Cuba.