Two capital cities of central Cuba are within the rural heart of Cuba. Such cities treasure visible Spanish traits in its architecture and local customs. Cienfuegos, founded by French in 1819, is a maritime town with well-preserved historical buildings and one of the most captivating bays in the Caribbean Sea. Its historical center was declared World´s Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. Trinidad, one of the first seven villages founded in Cuba (1514) which still seems slept in time, was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, a city where the architectural wealth makes you travel back in time thanks to conservation and restoration of buildings.