Where to go at Xalapa
The Tourist Guide of Xalapa
With narrow alleys covered in mist and surrounded by mountains and rivers, it is known as the “Atenas Veracruzana” due to its great artistic and cultural activity, which gives it the university life that takes place here. Among its tourist places it has numerous galleries, such as the Gallery of Contemporary Art, theaters and museums such as The Museum of Anthropology and the Interactive Museum; Sit down to eat delicious and have a coffee surrounded by its happy and hospitable people. Xalapa offers you a great hotel offer so that you have the best of stays.
Xalapa Cathedral | Xalapa
The Museum of Anthropology Xalapa
Creating since 1937, in the long history of MAX's collection has grown to the extent of having today with thousands of pieces spanning 30 centuries and covering cultures established in the central part of the state of Veracruz. The place has a couple of rooms for temporary exhibitions that change constantly. Weekends are held for children and youth activities, be sure to ask for them.
Although built in the mid-seventeenth century, it has undergone many changes now that his style is eclectic and little remains of the original church. One of its towers is incomplete, the other carries a watch that was brought from England. The interior was sacked in 1977, thus remaining few images and sacred art to admire. What it does have is a chapel dedicated to San Rafael Guizar Valencia and who was beatified by John Paul II.
El Salto de Xala
Preserves Mexican cuisine, bringing to your table the best of regional food made from natural products like cheese jewel, the sausage of Naolinco, hon ...
La Casona del Beaterio
Located in an old house, the place has more than 30 years offering the typical cuisine of the region, as well as other international specialties. He s ...
Rafting in Xalapa
Strong currents of rivers in Veracruz and Chiapas are a great opportunity to enjoy the descent in inflatable rafts.
Cultural Tourism in Xalapa
Take the opportunity to learn the history and traditions of Mexican communities, integrándote the ambient environment of the region.