Copán Archaeological Site
Museo de Escultura
While Tikal is celebrated for its tall temple pyramids and Palenque is renowned for its limestone relief panels, Copán is unique in the...
Túnel Rosalila & Túnel de los Jaguares
In 1999, archaeologists opened up to the public two tunnels that allow visitors to get a glimpse of pre-existing structures below the...
Copán Archaeological Site Ruins
A popular, laid-back reggae bar. It heats up around midnight, when all the bars in the center are required by a town council ordnance to...
A cute little café-restaurant does a seriously full breakfast, yummy roast chicken and an assortment of burgers and sandwiches.
Lonely Planet review
Honduras has only one major Mayan ruin, but it's a true gem. A Unesco World Heritage Site since 1980, Copán archaeological site is known for its remarkable stone sculptures, especially the enormous and intricately carved stelae depicting former leaders. The site is not as lofty or grandiose as, say, Tikal or Chichén Itzá, but the artisanship is impressive. The museum is also top-notch.