San Pedro Cathedral
San Pedro’s cathedral is a mock-colonial structure that actually dates from 1949. It faces the once-majestic (now decrepid) Art Deco...
Museo de Antropología e Historia de San Pedro Sula
This fine museum walks visitors through the history of the Valle de Sula from its pre-Columbian days to the modern era.
The cappuccino and mocha here are great.
An absolute institution in the city center, this classic 1950s-style cafe looks like it's been transplanted from an ocean liner with its...
San Pedro Cathedral information
This cathedral is worth peeking into. Occupying almost a full city block, it has high, pale-yellow walls and pillars, and an even higher central cupola. The walls are laden with paintings of the saints and other Catholic imagery and hand-carved wooden statues of the same. Like so many huge urban cathedrals in Latin America, this one offers instant respite from the hustle and bustle on the street.