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Museo Regional de Historia de Colima
This excellent museum has an extensive collection of well-labeled artifacts spanning the region’s history, from ancient pottery to...
A wonderfully disheveled art collective that showcases anything that's new, innovative and probing in Colima. The inner courtyard with...
Light floods the cathedral from the dome windows of this would-be relic on the east side of Plaza Principal. It has been rebuilt several...
A few doors down from Pichichi Silvon, Arábica sells good lattes and cappuccinos from an open-air storefront.
El Charco de la Higuera
The best salt-of-the-earth restaurant in Colima doubles as a modest museum to local mask-making (check the displays of wooden masks in...
Calle 5 de Mayo 267 · interesting places nearby
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The name of this restaurant means ‘How delicious!’ and the rich, chocolatey, but not overwhelming mole (sauce) is superb. Other don't-miss Oaxacan delicacies that are available include chiles rellenos (stuffed chilis) or, if you're lucky, chapulines (crunchy fried grasshoppers). Half orders of many mains are available for 70% of the full price, making for great value.