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...
Barco Capitán Beuló II
Barco Capitán Beuló II offers relaxing one-hour riverboat excursions (M$90, minimum 10 people) on the Río Grijalva.
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.
El Refugio de la Luna
A funky high-ceilinged coffeehouse with Spanish tiles and wicker seating, this place offers some of the most consistent arts offerings...
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...
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Lonely Planet review
Celebrate bohemia at this tiny new chill-out arts space on a pedestrian alley, where the resident DJ spins techno and you can nibble on waffles and quesadillas while sprawled out on the red leopard-print sofa. Look for a red light.