Barco Capitán Beuló II
Museo de Historia
Housed in a striking 19th-century building known as La Casa de los Azulejos (House of Tiles), the Museo de Historia has sparse exhibits...
Torre del Caballero
Known locally as ‘El Mirador,’ this lookout tower , on a footbridge over the Río Grijalva, affords good panoramas over the city and river.
Museo Regional de Antropología
Still being reconstructed following the 2007 flood, the regional anthropology museum holds some interesting exhibits on Olmec and Maya...
At the southern end of the malecón, river breezes swing through this open-air club, which pulses with salsa and reggaetón. DJs and live...
Rock & Roll Cocktelería
A maelstrom of heat, swirling fans and blaring TVs. Everyone’s here for the seafood cocktails (though they also have good ceviche and...
Barco Capitán Beuló II information
Lonely Planet review
Barco Capitán Beuló II offers relaxing one-hour riverboat excursions (M$90, minimum 10 people) on the Río Grijalva.