Where to go at Campeche
The Tourist Guide of Campeche
Without a doubt, Campeche is one of the most beautiful cities in our country and is a World Heritage Site with unmatched value since it preserves its architecture almost intact. It has historical tourist attractions that you will love, visit the Fort of San Miguel, the Fort of San José el Alto and the Puerta de Tierra, which will tell you the history of the city. Campeche's gastronomic fame comes from its seafood, try the dishes at Restaurante la Pigua which is one of the city's favorites. But if what you are looking for is to rest, in this city you can discover an unbeatable hotel experience in one of its famous Haciendas.
San Miguel Fort | Campeche
Campeche is a baroque Hispanic-American urban model and its historic center has been declared a World Heritage Site. Walking through its streets and just turn the view you will see beautiful facades, impressive gates and majestic windows. Among the monuments to visit are: Casa 6, Carvajal Mansion, Francisco de Paula Toro Theater, the Municipal Palace, the Cathedral and several more, without forgetting its 16th century square.
San Miguel Fort
Built in the late eighteenth century for fear of being attacked by pirates, it is a significant monument of military architecture in the city. The rectangular building has two bridges, two small bastions, the guard, the accommodation for the troops, warehouses and kitchen. Until the mid-twentieth century, it was used as a dwelling unit for the federal army, and after 10 years of neglect was reopened as a museum.
It opened in 1987 and has since become a favorite city for both tourists and locals. His specialty is seafood you can find in several forms: coconut s ...
Cuisine Regional and Seafood
His specialty is hearty traditional cuisine, especially seafood, so its atmosphere with Mexican trio music and decor will go perfect. Bread dogfish, c ...
Expeditions in Campeche
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