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With a population of 250,000, Campeche is the largest city and capital in the state of Campeche, Mexico. Located in the northwestern part of the state, it is also a port city located on the Gulf of Mexico, and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a result of its beautiful Colonial old town influence. From a cathedral and historic mansions to museums and restaurants, there are many attractions in Campeche that will keep you entertained and interested as you learn about the city’s fascinating history and culture.
Things to Do in Campeche
One recommended activity is to go for a walk along the Malecon, which is a paved path located along the sea wall that faces the Gulf of Mexico. This three-mile stretch takes you within close distance of most of the main attractions, and halfway down it you are within a few blocks of the town center. Go shopping at the central market, as well as at the various vendor stalls located outside. Campeche is famous for its seafood, and there are many restaurants located in the historic center here you can stop and have a bite. The Baluarte de Santiago was built in the 18th Century and is home to a beautiful botanical garden, while the Baluarte San Francisco offers panoramic city views from the roof of the bastion. Catch a cool light and sound show that tells the tales of pirates and other sea wars at the Puerta del Tierra, and stop by the museum at Baluarte de La Soledad, a 17th-century building. Enjoy Moorish decoration as seen on the 17th-century Carvajal Mansion, and observe Campeche handicrafts at La Casa de las Artesanias Tukulna, which is a beautiful remodeled antique house. If you happen to be in town on February 2, Campeche hosts a Feast of Candelaria, a carnival celebration that honors Our Lady of El Carmen later in the month, the San Roman Fair during the last two week of September, and a celebration that honors the founding of the city of Campeche in the first half of October.
Day Trips Near Campeche
There are famous Mayan ruins located approximately 45 minutes away in Edzna, as well as on the other side of Escarcega. Quintana Roo is located to the east and is known for its beaches and ruins, while Yucatan is located to the north. Other places to visit include Champoton, a small coastal city nearby, and Ciudad del Carmen which is slightly further.
There are certain parts of Campeche that are great places to rent property and enjoy during your visit to Mexico. The historic part of town is one of the most popular due to its beautiful older buildings and lots of ruins surrounding the town plaza, which hosts music and dance performances regularly. There are also many stunning pastel-colored houses located in the neighborhoods of San Francisco, San Roman and Guadalupe, which have beautiful cobblestone streets and historical charm.
Transportation in Campeche
There is an airport in Campeche, which makes it easy to access via airplane from Mexico City. It also connects to other major cities like Cancun and Mexico City via numerous bus lines and routes, and there are several bus routes that travel within the city as well offering stops at various major points of interest. Taxis are also another common way of getting around, and walking on foot also is great to get around various parts, including the historic center downtown.
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