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TOP SIGHTS IN TAMPICO

Aduana Marítima de Tampico

The Maritime Customs House is one of the most valuable and beautiful buildings in the city.

The construction still retains its original English style with structural and ornamental elements of cast iron.

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Location

Se ubica en el margen norte de la desembocadura del Río Pánuco.

Canal de la Cortadura

The channel connects the Pánuco River and Laguna del Carpintero and features five pedestrian bridges and six vehicular bridges.

It is also known as Paseo de Cortadura and is part of a recreational park that has been remodeled in recent years, creating various public spaces in its surroundings.

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Location

Héroe de Nacozari, Mercado Nuevo, Tampico, Tamps.

Catedral de Tampico

The cathedral lis a neoclassical construction from the 19th century.

It is also known as the Temple of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The temple is in the shape of a Latin cross and has three naves with a fabulous dome.
 

Location

Mariano Matamoros s/n, Centro, Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.

Edificio del DIF

One of the most beautiful buildings in the city, featuring neoclassical and art nouveau elements.

Originally built to house the City Hall, it was inaugurated in September 1925 and served as the Municipal Palace until 1933. It was later used as a temporary jail until 1975 when it was converted into offices for the Integral Family Development System (DIF).

 

Location

Ignacio Zaragoza s/n, Benito Juárez, Tampico, Tamps.

El Malecón or Las Escolleras

A 1,340-meter strip flanked by huge rock cubes.

This waterfront is located at the southern end of Miramar Beach.

It is the ideal place to observe the exact point where the Pánuco River and the Gulf of Mexico merge.

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Faro y Virgen del Carmen

The Barra de Ciudad Madero Lighthouse is 43 meters high.

It has 209 steps and was inaugurated in 1883. It is the tallest lighthouse at sea level in the entire country and, despite the passage of time and natural disasters, it has managed to preserve its original structure on the left bank of the Pánuco River.

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Iglesia de San Juan Bosco

This church is a beautiful Baroque-style building constructed in 1944. It houses impressive altars carved in wood and laminated in gold, stained glass windows, and beautiful murals.

It is considered one of the most beautiful churches in all of Tamaulipas and is located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Ciudad Madero.

 

Location

Calle Hidalgo 301-Oriente, Árbol Grande, Ciudad Madero, Tamps.

Mercado Municipal de Tampico

The market has modern facilities covering 13,000 square meters. It offers 700 stalls where you can find a wide variety of products.

There is a wide range of gastronomic options where you can taste typical regional dishes, as well as shoe stores, craft shops, and many other options that will make your experience in this beautiful market unforgettable.

 

Location

Héroe de Nacozari, Mercado Nuevo, Tampico, Tamps.

Palacio Municipal (City Hall)

A sober neoclassical-style building. It houses the offices of the City Hall and the city's library.

It is located in the downtown area and is one of the most prominent landmarks in Tampico.

Location

Cristóbal Colón s/n, Col. Tampico Centro, Tampico, Tamps.

Planta Hidros

This place holds a lot of the city's history.

It was built between 1926 and 1929 on a plot of land near a lagoon system to supply water to the companies that settled in Tampico during the peak years of oil exploitation.

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Maxilibramiento Tampico km 8.5, Chairel, Tampico, Tamps.

Plaza de Armas (Main Plaza)

It is a gathering place for intellectuals and the heart of the city.

It is flanked by the Municipal Palace, the cathedral, the DIF building, Café Victoria, hotels, and shops.

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Emilio Carranza s/n, Col. Tampico Centro, Tampico Tamps.

Plaza de la Libertad

A plaza surrounded by old pastel-colored buildings. It features railings, iron arches, and portals similar to those in New Orleans, such as the Post Office building dating back to 1907.

There are few plazas in the country with such homogeneous architecture that have been so well restored. Plaza de la Libertad has a beautiful kiosk where cultural shows are presented on certain nights of the week.

Puente Tampico

A majestic structure that connects Tamaulipas with Veracruz.

The bridge is 1,543 meters long, 18 meters wide, and 50 meters high.

You can walk across either of its two pedestrian lanes and enjoy an extraordinary view of the Pánuco River.

3 Must See Attractions in Tampico

Espacio Cultural Metropolitano METRO (Cultural Space)

Miramar Beach

Pánuco River

ONE OF THE LARGEST PORTS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

 

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