According to Allcitycodes, Trinidad and Tobago is a twin-island country located in the Caribbean Sea, just off the coast of Venezuela. It has a total area of 5,130 square kilometers (1,980 square miles) which makes it slightly larger than the US state of Delaware. The landscape in Trinidad and Tobago consists of low-lying coastal plains with hills and mountains in the interior. The highest point is El Cerro del Aripo at 940 meters (3,084 feet). The climate is tropical with hot temperatures year-round; while some areas experience cooler temperatures during winter months due to higher altitudes. Temperatures range from 22°C (72°F) during winter months to 33°C (91°F) during summer months. The international dialling code for Trinidad and Tobago is +1 868 followed by either 7 digits for landlines or 8 digits for mobile phones e.g: +1 868 xx xxx xxx or +1 868 xx xxx xxxx respectively where ‘x’ represents any digit between 0-9 depending on your telephone number’s location within each province/city/town respectively. Trinidad and Tobago area codes are divided into two categories – national area codes consisting of one digit followed by six digits e.g: 8-xxxxxx; and local area codes consisting of two digits followed by five digits e.g: 02-xxxxx where ‘x’ represents any digit between 0-9 depending on your telephone number’s location within each district/province/city/town respectively. The main cities in Trinidad and Tobago are Port of Spain (the capital city), San Fernando, Arima and Chaguanas; while other cities include Point Fortin, Sangre Grande and Penal among others. Check politicsezine for Trinidad and Tobago Political System.