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TOP SIGHTS IN XALAPA

Callejón de Jesús Te Ampare

This harmoniously beautiful alley gets its name from a legend that originated during the colonial period.

The legend tells the story of a Spanish couple who lived on this street. They had a very beautiful daughter who was engaged to a young merchant named Cosme de Taboada.

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Callejón del Diamante

This alley gets its name from a legend.

It is said that in an old house, a creole woman and a Spanish gentleman lived as a married couple. During their courtship, he had given her a ring adorned with a beautiful black diamond.

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Centro Histórico de Xalapa

It was declared a Zone of Historical and Artistic Monuments on December 19, 1990.

Currently, it encompasses a catalog of more than 350 buildings with historical and artistic value, alleys, parks, squares, buildings, churches, and more.

Exploring the historic center is like taking a journey into the past.

 

Jardín Botánico Francisco Javier Clavijero (Botanical Garden)

It covers eight hectares of cloud forest. It serves as a living museum showcasing the flora and fauna of the region.

The garden offers a wide variety of native and exotic ornamental flowers, a pond with aquatic and subaquatic plants.

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Carretera Antigua a Coatepec 351 km 2.5, Xalapa, Ver.

Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace)

Formerly the San Juan de Dios Hospital, dating back to 1855.

This two-level building is constructed in Neoclassical style with pink quarry stone. The first level features a portal with semi-circular arches, while the second level has rectangular windows and balconies.

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Location

Juan de La Luz Enríquez s/n, Centro, Xalapa, Ver.

Palacio Municipal (City Hall)

It is a three-level Mudejar-style building. It was inaugurated on August 13, 1956, and is located in front of Parque Juárez.

The first level has a portal with semi-circular arches supported by Tuscan columns, and the interior features an arcade with the same characteristics.

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Juan de La Luz Enríquez s/n, Centro, Xalapa, Ver.

Parque Juárez

The site where Juárez Park is located was once occupied by the San Francisco Convent.

The construction of the convent was initiated by Hernán Cortés and completed in 1534. The park is built on a plateau situated in the heart of the city's four original neighborhoods.

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Enríquez Calle Potrero Del Llano, Xalapa, Ver.

Parque los Berros

It is the largest and oldest tree-lined promenade in the city.

Its popular name is derived from the abundance of watercress that used to grow here. It has a central gazebo and a statue of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla.

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Location

Located near the Xalapeño Stadium, southeast of downtown Xalapa.

Parque Los Tecajetes

It is one of the most beautiful parks in the city.

Covering nearly three hectares, it was built with the intention of preserving the endemic flora of the area, classified as a cloud forest.

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Location

Manuel Ávila Camacho (Plaza los Tecajetes), Xalapa, Ver.

Paseo los Lagos

An artificial lake dating back to the 19th century.

At the end of the 19th century, under the auspices of the textile mill "La Fama," a dam was constructed to retain the waters of the Tlalmecapan spring, creating a small lake.

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Puente Xalitic

This bridge features four large semi-circular arches.

It is supported by buttresses, and at the ends, there are stairs leading to the upper part of the bridge. Underneath, you will find attractive gardens with a niche containing a sculpture of the Virgin of Guadalupe carved in quarry stone.

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3 Must See Attractions in Xalapa

Catedral Metropolitana de la Inmaculada Concepción

Museo de Antropología e Historia de Xalapa

Naolinco Waterfall

KNOWN AS "THE ATHENS OF VERACRUZ" FOR ITS INTENSE CULTURAL ACTIVITY

 

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