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Top Choice Cafe in Comayagua

Cafe Tío Juan

This hip and friendly second-story coffee joint overlooking the main plaza offers you great, hot or cold organic coffee from nearby Marcala, inspirational wall quotes and delicious slices of cake or banana bread. Th…
Church in Comayagua


Comayagua's impressive cathedral is the largest colonial-era place of worship in Honduras. Built between 1685 and 1715, it's adorned with intricate wooden carvings and gold-plated altars. The cathedral's most intere…
Museum in Comayagua

Museo Regional de Arqueología

This lovely museum is housed in a former presidential palace, a one-story, tiled roof house with a beautiful, manicured garden at the center. Inside you'll find Comayagua's history from the prehistoric to today, the…
Honduran in Comayagua


Right on the Parque Central, this classy restaurant offers the best view in town from its tables on the plaza and its myriad atmospheric dining rooms bursting with curios and character. It's quite pricey, but the se…
Bar in Comayagua

La Gota de Limón

An upmarket bar-lounge that operates as an (underused) cafe in the day. On weekend nights it morphs into one of the town's best bars, drawing a fashionable crowd, with DJs playing a mix of salsa, merengue and Latin …
Church in Comayagua

Iglesia La Merced

Comayagua’s first iglesia was La Merced. Building started in 1550; it was consecrated as a cathedral in 1561. The plaza out the front is very pretty.
Church in Comayagua

Nuestra Señora de la Caridad

The much remodeled Nuestra Señora de la Caridad was built at the end of the 16th century. The local indigenous community uses it as a place of worship.