Estado de Veracruz-Llave Travel Guide

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    by jorgejuansanchez
  • Veracruz
    by jorgejuansanchez
  • Veracruz
    by jorgejuansanchez
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Veracruz

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Córdoba

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Jalapa Enríquez

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Coatzacoalcos

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Tlacotalpan

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Papantla de Olarte

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Xico

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Coatepec

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Minatitlán

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Jalcomulco

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El Tajín

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Santiago Tuxtla

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Orizaba

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Veracruz

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Córdoba

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  • PLAZA DE ARMAS

    Córdoba Things to Do

    Most things of interest to the tourist happen within a few blocks of the central Palza de Armas. La Parroquia de la Inmacualda Concepcion - known for its loud bells and a lifelike image of the town's patron saint, La Virgen de la Soledad (Virgin of Solitude) - takes up the east side of the Plaza. The elegant Palacio Municipal fronts the west side....

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  • Las Magnolias B&B

    Córdoba Hotels

    Las Quintas, Cordoba, VER, 94500, MX

  • PORTALES DE ZEVALLOS

    Córdoba Things to Do

    On the north side of the Plaza, the 18th century portales arch along the street providing cover for a slew of outdoor cafes. Behind the Portales is the ex-home of the Condes (counts) of Zevallos. In a courtyard, plaques remember the meeting between Iturbide and O'Donoju which ended the War of Independence. Sit and drink a coffee or a beer in one of...

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Jalapa Enríquez

  • Bar Street

    Jalapa Enríquez Nightlife

    Xalapa has a pretty healthy nightlife. With my local friends, we bar hopped all over the town. There are too many places to name and keep track of.But one place that we kept circling back around to was the little alleyway off of Primo Verdad. The locals may have a name for this little corridor, but I'm not sure what it is.On this small street,...

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  • Steaks, sandwiches and more

    Jalapa Enríquez Restaurants

    While trying to find the address for this restaurant, I learned that there are a couple in town, but this one is the only one in the central downtown area. The restaurant is a casual place, with large tables, able to suit any size group. There are a number of flat screen televisions playing the sports games of the day (but without any sound). The...

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  • Good variety of homemade Italian

    Jalapa Enríquez Restaurants

    Visiting some local Mexican friends, they recommend Postodoro. It was an excellent recommendation. The restaurant was full of locals, who all came there with regularity.There is a small courtyard in the middle of the building with outdoor seating. In good weather, those go quickly so you may have to wait a while if you don't have a reservation....

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Coatzacoalcos

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  • Good and cheap locals place, popular...

    Coatzacoalcos Restaurants

    This place is very popular with local families since the food is good, relatively cheap and the atmosphere is quiet and relaxed. There are two restaurants with the same name in Coatzacoalcos but I did not eat at the other.It is an open air restaurant, so dress for the weather. On the table will be a large paper menu and simply check off with a pen...

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  • Best Western Brisa

    Coatzacoalcos Hotels

    Av. I. Zaragoza No. 2001, Col. Palma Sola, Coatzac

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

  • Massive Sandwiches (Tortas)

    Coatzacoalcos Restaurants

    If you are like me and enjoy eating street foods and dining at the places the locals eat, this no-frills restaurant that serves cheap tortas (sandwiches) the size of plates is a great option.It was pointed out to me by a couple local friends and I was quite pleased. The sandwhiches are as large as plates and can easily feed two people with...

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Tlacotalpan

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  • Seafood Dining in a Rustic Environment

    Tlacotalpan Restaurants

    At time of my visit, with very few exceptions, all restaurants were lined up along the riverfront in the city center, in the area just named Zona de Restaurantes. There are few restaurants, one next to the other, and they all seemed to me selling the same food at the same price. On the menu basic seafood dishes such as sopas de mariscos, cockteles,...

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  • Time in Tlacotalpan

    Tlacotalpan Favorites

    There is no much to see or do in Tlacotalpan and you can strictly visit the town in a couple of hours. From Veracruz you can make it in a day-trip if you don't mind the four hours total trip. That I know, few tours address Tlacotalpan in day-trip from Veracruz along with a couple of other destinations in the area.However Tlacotalpan is all about...

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  • No Nightlife in Tlacotalpan

    Tlacotalpan Nightlife

    If you after any kind of nightlife by coming here you are way away from your target. There is no nightlife whatsoever in Tlacotalpan, at least that I noticed, and all what you can get is a meal and a drink in the Main Square. Occasionally some shows take place in the Main Square like the Saturday night I was there where I happened to assist to a...

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Papantla de Olarte

  • Where I was introduced to Xanath

    Papantla de Olarte Restaurants

    A cosy restaurant upstairs on the western side of the zocalo. Make sure you get a table on the balcony so you can watch all the activity in and around the zocalo.The meals here are excellent - a lot of variety and very tasty. Main courses average around the $4 - $6 mark. Friendly staff, good service. It was here that I was introduced to Xanath,...

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  • Watch the world go by

    Papantla de Olarte Restaurants

    The restaurant is upstairs at Enriquez 103 - that is on the side of the zocalo facing the cathedral. There is a number of tables out on the balcony, from where you can watch all the activity in the street and the zocalo. Best in late afternoon/evening, when the zocalo is busiest.The menu is comprehensive, the food is excellent and the prices are...

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  • El Tajin

    Papantla de Olarte Off The Beaten Path

    The ruins of El Tajin are definitly underated. It is often missed in the itineraries of regular travelers. I was glad I made the effort to see this gorgeous monument. Check out my page of el Tajin for more pics

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Xico

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  • Getting there...

    Xico Transportation

    To get to and from Xico, there are busses running to and from Xalapa constantly throughout the day. A ride to Xico runs around 20.00 pesos (USD$2.00), or so.I cannot find the location of exactly where these busses leave from, but when I find it, I will post it.

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  • Getting there and around

    Xico Transportation

    There are collectivos that drop you off on Xico. From there you have to walk a few kilometers to the waterfall.

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  • Restaurante Mirador

    Xico Restaurants

    For the hungry souls or those with a fancy for Mexican food, then try the tasty "Restaurante Mirador." Their comida corrida is inexpensive and good :).

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Minatitlán

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    by DSwede Written Nov 12, 2011

    Son Jarocho is a type of music from the state of Veracruz, influenced by the indigenous people, the Spanish and African from the early colonial times.

    Every Saturday at ~8pm, some local musicians (teacher and students) put on a short performance in the town plaza. It is free, since they are doing it in order to broaden its popularity and trying to keep the traditions alive. There are usually a few people dancing to the music too in traditional costume and style.

    Son Jarocho music
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Jalcomulco

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  • Several Options

    Jalcomulco Nightlife

    Jalcomulco is a relatively quiet town, but the people here do enjoy the evenings. They mostly congregate to the one street closest to the river. On this road there are a couple bars that play dance music and a few that are more relaxed for sitting and talking.However many of the locals who befriended us said they typically just buy some beers in...

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  • Rio Aventura Expediciones

    Jalcomulco Hotels

    Rio Aventura Expediciones offers many excursions like rafting and rappelling. But since most people...

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  • Cash and money problems

    Jalcomulco Warnings and Dangers

    The town itself is quite safe to walk at all hours of the night. The only real problem or warning I can think of while visiting Jalcomulco is in regards to money.It is wise to stop before you get to Jalcomulco and get cash. There are no banks in Jalcomulco, no ATM's, etc. Also few places accept credit card, so it is a cash-only town.oh, an after...

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El Tajín

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Santiago Tuxtla

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    by jhonw Written Apr 8, 2007

    Favorite thing: Santiago is located in the Las Tuxtlas area of Veracruz.. It is about 3 hrs by local bus south of Veracruz.. The area is an old volcanic range with highest peak being around 5000 feet. Winding twisting roads, brooks and rivers meandering thru the valleys, pastures dot the hilly country side between the areas of lush jungle growth,

    Like most towns in Mexico, most everything of interest is located on or nearby the zocalo.. The small park itself is very pleasant.. curved paths, lots of beaches to sit on and many trees, flowers and bushes.. The center piece of the park is one of the Giant Olmec Heads that was found in a nearby area.. The mercado is located along one side of the park.. A small, but bery nice regional museum is worth your time to see.. (the small town and archeology site Tres Zapotes can also be visited from here.) The unusual, round shaped Hotel Castellanos is located on another corner of the square with a terrific view overlooking the park.. The food is excelent and the prices are right as well.. (also swiming pool if your interested) Foot bridges connect the town over the river Santiago that spits the town in two.. If you hapen to be here during hoilday of Dias de los Muertos be sure to visit the local cememtary located on west end of town. (just follow all the locals) Other towns / places of interest in the area are San Andres, Eyipantla waterfalls, Catemaco.. There are also many more small burgs and a great coastline with many beach along this part of the gulf coast.. Basic spanish speaking abilities is a must to visit this part of Mexico.

    Fondest memory: the central park, museum, wandering / exploring all the little streets, a couple of bars on the rivers edge, Dia de los Muertos, dinner and swiming pool at Hotel Castellanos.. Area around second class bus station.. Nothing overly exciting about the place, pretty laidback area, but in general the town has a good feel to it.. Good place to visit, perhaps spend a day or two if your interested..

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    • Eco-Tourism
    • Budget Travel
    • Archeology

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