The center of town is the beautiful tree-filled Plaza Pringles, anchored on its eastern side by San Luis’ handsome 19th-century...
Iglesia de Santo Domingo
On the south side of the plaza Indepencia, the Iglesia de Santo Domingo and its convent date from the 1930s, but reproduce the Moorish...
Stroll over to the lovely former train station for a look at its green corrugated-metal roofs and decorative ironwork dating from 1884.
A fairly standard cafe/bar/restaurant on the plaza, this one gets a mention for the sidewalk tables out on the pedestrian thoroughfare...
Lonely Planet review
A vaguely cheesy ‘theme restaurant’ that actually turns out some pretty good food. Best thing – it’s open very late for full meals and drinks.