Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Church of Guadaloupe, Cascada Bola de Oro, and Cerro de Culebra. Museo El Cafétal Apan and Museo y Jardin de Orquideas are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Situated in Jalcomulco, this lodge is within 20 mi (32 km) of Church of Guadaloupe, Cascada Bola de Oro, and Cerro de Culebra. Museo El Cafétal Apan and Museo y Jardin de Orquideas are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Situated on a river, this spa hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Cascada Bola de Oro, Cerro de Culebra, and Church of Guadaloupe. Museo El Cafétal Apan and Museo y Jardin de Orquideas are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Situated in Jalcomulco, this guesthouse is within 20 mi (32 km) of Church of Guadaloupe, Cascada Bola de Oro, and Cerro de Culebra. Museo El Cafétal Apan and Museo y Jardin de Orquideas are also within 20 mi (32 km).
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Jalcomulco is situated around 40 miles away from Veracruz and about 95 miles from Puebla.
Among the best local beaches are Mocambo Beach and Chachalacas Beach. The first is 45 miles to the east and the latter is 30 miles to the east.
Nature enthusiasts will delight in the beautiful natural attractions of Veracruz. Cascada de Texolo is located 17 miles from Jalcomulco, while Parque Ecológico Macuiltépetl lies 17 miles away.
Experience the atmosphere during a game at Xalapeno Stadium. It's in Xalapa, 16 miles to the northwest of Jalcomulco. Grab a drink after the game and reflect on the top moments.
Otates, 13 miles to the north, is a popular locality. Head there and go to Saint Francis Municipal Market and Actopan Church. That said, Teocelo is 14 miles away. Start off at Cascada Bola de Oro and Cerro de Culebra.
You need to head 17 miles northwest from Jalcomulco to get to Xalapa. There's plenty to do there, such as Plaza Las Americas Mall, Xalapa University and Plaza Las Animas Mall. Interactive Museum of Xalapa and Parroquia de San José are also popular options.
There is a great choice of stress-reducing outdoor activities in this region for adventurous visitors. Get your blood pumping with a bit of mountain biking or rock climbing.
If you're looking for a change of pace from the city, why don't you make a splash and indulge in the water activities in the region? Swimming and rafting are equally popular choices.
Soak up some culture at the various art museums and history museums of Veracruz. They're all indoors, so you aren't counting on the weather.
You'll be hard-pressed to think of a more interesting way to explore the region than by heading over to its open-air museums, open-air exhibits and open-air markets.
You'll soon discover that the region offers some age-old sites that will give you some insight into the local history. Make sure you add some of its ruins, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses, historic mansions, historic palaces and archeological sites to your itinerary.
For a look into the spiritual side of Veracruz, travelers usually make their way out to its cathedrals.
More often than not, a region's true personality can be discovered within its culinary traditions.
Unravel the secrets of this culinary culture by trying local ingredients. Among the most important are lime and vanila.
Huachinango a la veracruzana (veracruz-style red snapper) and huevos tirados (scrambled eggs and beans) are popular dishes for visitors and local foodies alike.
Learning some of the language is an effective way to bridge the cultural divide, so make the effort to memorize a handful of common Spanish words and phrases before you go. Buenos días is the Spanish way to say good morning. ¡Cuánto tiempo! is also good to know. It translates to long time no see.
If you're here on the Independence Day, you can embrace the festive fun of Independence Day, a day of celebration across the nation.
You've laughed, made new friends and no doubt given your camera a solid workout. When the time comes to spend your final Mexican pesos and say "Hasta la vista" to Veracruz, chances are you'll already be planning another trip!
To get your flight back home, head toward the closest airport, 10 miles to the north.
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