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Dimitris L wrote a review May 2020
Sydney, Australia22,514 contributions60,952 helpful votes
Plaza de la Trinidad is a nice enough plaza with some lovely trees and plenty of greenery. We walked past it all the time as our hotel was literally around the corner. Many shops in the area and you will never be short of anything.
Date of experience: June 2019
47 Helpful votes2 Reposts
Sofia W wrote a review Oct 2019
This plaza was close to my hostel (Lemon Rock Hostel), so I just happened to walk through it every time I was heading into the town center. The first evening I walked through, I was amazed - I thought there must be some speakers placed in the trees with artificial bird sounds. Nope, the trees just fill with very chatty birds every evening. This accompanied with the sound of the fountain make the plaza sound like you're in a rainforest. I'd recommend having a drink at one of the bars with outdoor seating or grabbing a gelato to go and sitting on a bench for a bit, and just relish in the sound of nature. Note, this was in October; I don't know if the birds are there year round.…
Date of experience: October 2019
June A wrote a review Mar 2018
Surrey, United Kingdom2,053 contributions596 helpful votes
I don't know about references to hotels, as last time I was here it was most definitely a tree lined square, and a very pretty one at that, with the usual array of restaurants and cafes in which to sit out. A statue of a donkey also sits in the corner.
Date of experience: February 2018
Nomadman411978 wrote a review Jan 2018
London, United Kingdom3,169 contributions371 helpful votes
Plaza de la Trinidad is a pleasant plaza with plenty of trees and nice to sit and take a break in the shade. A few cafes around and more a local's square.
Date of experience: November 2017
Chris S wrote a review May 2017
Poole, United Kingdom943 contributions342 helpful votes
We stopped here for a drink and a snack . It is a lovely quiet spot with some pretty trees. We ate at Guerrero and we're given a free tapas.
Date of experience: May 2017
2 Helpful votes