Trinidad is located in south central Cuba, near the Escambray Mountains & close to the ocean. It's been one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites since 1988.
The town had a laid back tranquil feel to it & the fact that the core was pedestrian only, helped. There was a faint sound of live music playing in the air. I followed it to this quaint little bar. They had live musicians which changed every couple of hours. You can sit back, have a Rum, smoke your cigar & be thrown back in time. The whole town is trying to sell you something; meals, accomodations or handicrafts. One of the things they're known for is their lace. They have some beautiful lace tablecloths, as you can see in one of the pictures. We ate lobster tail in someone's home, 9cuc each with rice & vegetables. Excellent.
I would go back for maybe 3 days. While I was there I checked out this hotel "Las Cuevas" http://www.cubahotelreservation.com/hotel.asp?hotel_code=SCTHORLCuevas . It sits a little ways above the town but only a short walk away. You have a lovely view of the town & the whole countryside with the mountains on one side & the ocean on the other. This is where I would stay. Maybe on my next trip.