Where to go at Villahermosa
The Tourist Guide of Villahermosa
Bathed by the Grijalva river and surrounded by jungle-tropical vegetation, it was the site of the Olmeda culture settlement, where you can visit La Venta Museum and Park and admire the sculptures of giant heads carved from stone blocks. Among its tourist places you will find a wide variety of places to visit ranging from natural areas such as the Centla Marshes or the Coconá Caves, archaeological areas such as La Venta and Comalcalco, the museums where you will learn the history of Tabasco up to Chocotour where You will see the process of making chocolate, itself and a Chocolate Festival! Dare to try the pejelagarto in one of its excellent restaurants or enjoy some chipilín tamalitos or some chanchamitos. Among vegetation, rivers, lagoons, Olmec remains and the delicious aroma of Villahermosa cocoa and all its Hotels await you to give you an unforgettable vacation.
La Venta Museum and Park | Villahermosa
The Comalcalco Archaeological Site
In Nahuatl name means "the place of the house of the griddles" and perhaps the bricks used in its architecture resembling the griddles and used in Mexico is due. The place was a provincial site of Palenque, despite its 160 kilometers away from each other, which indicates the expansion of the Maya. You can see the Great Acropolis, the system Sunken Park, the Palace and temples made of palm wood, clay and shells.
With nearly a century to produce chocolate thanks to Dr. Otto Wolter at Hacienda Light you can give a tour of his huge property of 50 hectares to understand the process of making a favorite food of man. The tour will show you from the cocoa farming system until workers producing handcrafted chocolate. On site is also the chocolate museum with old tools on display.
Although their menu is not extensive, including being prepared with regional ingredients combined premium and original way by the chef Gabriela Ruiz. ...
Cuisine Ceviche (Seafood)
La Cevichería Tabasco
Presented almost as works of art you can taste seafood from Tabasco, either in its presentation of ceviches (the house is preferred by diners), tacos ...