Independencia Principal Park
A city central park surrounded by historic buildings and local cafes. An elaborate bandstand sits in the park’s center hosting evening shows. And, tourist trains start from here and take people through the old city.
Campeche - Champotón
Cycle, skate, walk, jog and take in the view as you pass statues, parks and local alike. Walk as far north as you can and you’ll eventually pass impromptu fish markets selling the daily catch and a group of a dozen or so waterfront restaurants. Competition between them is fierce. You'll have offers of free margaritas and other goodies thrown at you. Take your pick and enjoy some of the freshest seafood at reasonable prices.
Museo Histórico de San José el Alto
Colorful fortress wall overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.
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Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción
Campeche's central cathedral, Our Lady of the Virgin Conception.
Fuerte De San Miguel
A historical fortress overlooking the water on the west end of Campeche city.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by exploring one of Mexico's most historically rich cities. Join Citizine Explorers Geoff and Katie in colorful Campeche, Mexico on the Yucatan Peninsula. Campeche is notorious for picturesque views of the Gulf of Mexico, nearby Mayan ruins and a raging city nightlife.
A UNESCO designated city, Campeche has spent the past few years restoring hundreds of downtown historic buildings, making it one of the most photogenic colonial cities in all of Mexico. Colorful building, facades with ornate balconies, and majestic archways line the streets. Stroll the waterfront malecón and check out art installations, rusty cannons and locals out and about.
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