Where to go at San Cristóbal de las Casas
The Tourist Guide of San Cristóbal de las Casas
Magical Town surrounded by mountains where you have a lot to do, be it visiting its markets or walking through its cobbled streets that are full of color with their textile crafts, amber and jade; in every corner you will find beautiful buildings such as its Baroque facade Cathedral or the Arco del Carmen, built during the Colonial era. The location of San Cristóbal de las Casas and its great ethnic and cultural diversity will allow you to visit a wide variety of sites such as the Toniná Archaeological Site, the Tzotzil town of Zinacatán, take advantage and return with a beautiful piece of Chiapas embroidery to cover yourself from the cold or if adventure is your thing, discover El Arcotete, where you can rock climb; its diversity is also reflected in its gastronomy and you will eat rich either in one of its markets or in one of its excellent restaurants. "San Cris" is one of the spoiled tourists so it offers you an impressive offer of more than 500 Hotels, Inns and Hostels.
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San Cristóbal de las Casas
Posada Catalina San Cristóbal
Located in a Modern-colonial style building in the Barrio de la Isla and San Ramon.
Nukuch nah is a hotel located in the city of San Cristobal de las Casas Chiapas, a very special magical town in Mexico for its great history and culture. We are in an excellent location 10 minutes from the city center, where you can find great comfort in your rest. Enjoy the tour of this beautiful magical town.
Temple and ExConvent of Santo Domingo
Built by the Dominicans in the sixteenth century. Its facade is considered one of the richest colonial baroque ornamentation in Latin America. The interior houses a collection of eight wooden baroque altarpieces made between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. Currently houses two museums: the Centro Cultural de los Altos de Chiapas and the Textile Center of the Maya World.
The San Cristobal Cathedral
Located in the center of the city, it was built in 1528 and its first parish priest was Fray Bartolomé de las Casas, defender of the Indians. Its facade is yellow and white, with a mix of Baroque, Moorish and indigenous influences. Inside, its altar is consecrated to the Virgin of the Assumption and San Cristóbal Mártir. As a curious fact, they say that the ladies of San Cristóbal the maids brought them chocolate during the sermon.
Cuisine Traditional Mexican
Bo Hotel restaurant takes its inspiration from the beautiful and colorful city of San Cristobal and its cuisine seeks to rescue the flavors and textur ...
Regional Haute Cuisine and Author's Cuisine
Tierra y Cielo
The gastronomic restaurant is part of the hotel that bears the same name and its goal is to rescue the chiapaneca food through its Regional cuisine an ...
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