Museo de Antropología
Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción
Dating from 1688, this blue baroque cathedral has an elaborate facade flanked by twin bell towers. The showy interior is surprisingly...
Parque de 21 de Mayo
Not overly endowed with sights per se, Córdoba’s main plaza vies with Veracruz City's as the region’s most entertaining. It’s far larger...
Built in 1687, this is the former home of the condes (counts) of Zevallos. It’s on the northeast side of Parque de 21 de Mayo, behind...
This café provides respite from the city in a little alleyway off the square. It sells pretty espresso drinks, unique souvenirs, books...
Multiple fashionable cafés share this colonial building on the Plaza de Armas, with the more formal choices upstairs. Good food,...
Museo de Antropología information
Lonely Planet review
This museum has a modest but interesting collection of artifacts including a fine Aztec ball-court marker and some Olmec figurines. There's also a replica of the magnificent statue of El Señor de Las Limas that resides in Xalapa’s Museo de Antropología. You'll find it just off the main square, opposite the Centro Cultural Municipal.