Las Cien Puertas
The Parque Central, officially the Plaza de la Constitución, is an excellent starting point to begin your journey onto other sights,...
Facing Parque Central, this was constructed between 1782 and 1815 (the towers were finished in 1867). It has survived earthquake and...
El Rincón del Centro
In every way a halfway house between El Portal and Pasaje Aycinena, this bar attracts a mixed crowd, from students to 30- and...
Hotel Pan American
The restaurant at this venerable hotel is high on ambiance. It has highly experienced and polished waiters sporting traditional Maya...
Las Cien Puertas information
Lonely Planet review
This superhip (but not studiously so) little watering hole is set in a shabby colonial arcade that's said to have a hundred doors (hence the name) and is sometimes closed off for live bands. Little bars spring up in this area all the time – it's one of the few places in Zona 1 you can really go bar-hopping.