Colonial Vacation in Friendly & Lively Port City
Enjoy a colonial vacation in the port of Veracruz. Veracruz is an excellent place to visit if you are interested in exploring local culture and traditions. The center of everything in Veracruz is the Plaza de Armas, the main square, where the palm trees, the colonial fountain, beautiful arches and the Cathedral brings it all together. At night the plaza is filled with music, street entertainers and the social scene of Veracruz springs to life.
Veracruz has many attractions, but the biggest one is also one of the largest of it’s kind in America. We are ofcourse talking about Acuario de Veracruz (El Acuario) boasting 25 tanks with many species of marine life native to the Gulf of Mexico, including barracudas, sea turtles, manta rays, tiger sharks and manatees. Make sure you plan a visit to El Acuario while staying in Veracruz.
You are most likely not picking Veracruz for the beaches, as most beaches there aren’t very attractive. It’s not impossible to enjoy some beach activity. Head down south of Veracruz where you will find Playa Macambo and you will start seeing great beaches. Not far from there is Boca del Rio, a small fishing village, which is very well known for serving up the best sea food.
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Top Recommended Hotels in Veracruz
- Emporio Veracruz
- Fiesta Americana Veracruz
- Gran Hotel Diligencias
- Veracruz Centro Historico
- Mar Y Tierra Hotel Veracruz
- Hotel Meson del Mar
- Hotel Balaju
- Fiesta Inn Veracruz Boca del Rio
- Comfort Inn Cordoba
- Novo Mar Hotel Veracruz
- Fiesta Inn Veracruz Malecon
- Veracruz Plaza Hotel
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