The walking tour is completely flexible as you have a private guide, so if you have anything specific you want to see, just ask. Typically it includes:
The Palacio Cantero, a neo-classical palace, now the Museo Historico Municipal with a beautiful courtyard and if you climb the rickety steps to the tower you will be rewarded with beautiful views of the city.
The Palacio Brunet, overlooking the tranquil main square, the Plaza Mayor. The palace now houses the Museo Romantico which displays a fine collection of antique furniture from the colonial period. If you pay 3 convertible pesos to get to the 2nd floor you can take a beautiful picture of terracotta rooftops stretching away to the tower of the church, which is framed by the mountains in the background.
The Canchanchara, an 18th century town house with lively music and a bar serving a traditional drink of the same name which is made from lime, water, honey and a healthy portion of rum.
Extensive restoration work can be seen throughout the colonial center. Your local guide will give you plenty of information regarding History and contemporary town live.
Many of Trinidad’s colonial squares and streets are cobbled so we would recommend comfortable shoes when exploring the city.