Restaurant Los Corredores
The Centro Cultural is home to an exposition of the wood and lino prints of talented Chiapa-born Franco Lázaro Gómez (1922–49) as well...
Homestay accommodations (no meals) with three hours of individual or small-group weekday Spanish classes for US$650 per month. TOEFL...
Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán
The large Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán, one block south of the plaza, was built in the late 16th century by the Dominican order....
Restaurant Jardines de Chiapa
Not too far from the plaza, this large place is set around a garden patio with atmospheric brick columns. The long menu includes tasty...
Lonely Planet review
Facing the southwest corner of the plaza, brightly painted Los Corredores does a bit of everything: good breakfasts, reasonably priced fish plates and a few local specialties including pepita con tasajo (beef with a spicy pumpkin-seed sauce). It displays a fascinating collection of historical town photos.