Located in the heart of Ciudad Juarez, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Plaza Las Misiones and American Consulate. Central Park is 2 mi (3.2 km) away.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Plaza Las Misiones and American Consulate. Central Park is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) away.
Situated in Ciudad Juarez, this hotel is close to American Consulate, Plaza Las Misiones, and Star Medica Hospital Ciudad Juarez2. Also nearby are Central Park and La Rodadora Espacio Interactivo.
Situated in Ciudad Juarez, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Plaza Las Misiones and American Consulate. Central Park is 1.8 mi (3 km) away.
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Mexico City, the nation's capital city, stands 650 miles southeast of Jimenez.
Two nice locations worth checking out around Jimenez are Camargo (40 miles to the northwest) and Hidalgo del Parral (50 miles to the west).
Health-conscious visitors who are looking to get up and get active outdoors should sign up for mountain biking and mountain climbing.
If your preference is to take things a little easier when you're traveling, we've got good news. All of your worries will disappear as you head out into the region for some cycling or shore fishing.
If you happen to be a watersports lover, you'll have a great time rafting or canoeing.
Take a trip to the region's history museums. These cultural hotspots are popular among travelers, especially when the storm clouds roll in.
Visitors should get out in the clean, fresh air at some of the region's open-air markets.
Your imagination will take you back to another era when you tour the historic sites featured in this region. Don't leave without checking out its ruins and historic mansions.
Seeking out a place of quiet contemplation? You'll appreciate spending time at the region's cathedrals.
Stimulate your taste buds in the region's many cafés, restaurants and bars.
Any self-respecting foodie should be sure they order frijoles maneados (beans mashed with cheese) and queso fondido (cheese fondue with chilli) before enjoying any other local dishes.
Perhaps one of the best gestures you can present to the locals is to make the effort to speak a few common words and phrases. ¿Cuánto cuesta? translates to how much is this. Would you like to dance? is another great one to be familiar with, so try pronouncing ¿Querría bailar conmigo.
Enjoy the strong spirit of national pride on the 16th of September for Independence Day.
You've had a ball, met new friends and no doubt given your camera a good workout. When the time arrives to get rid of your final Mexican pesos and say "Hasta la vista" to Chihuahua, chances are you'll already be planning your next trip!
Once you're ready to get your flight, it's good to know that the most convenient airport is located 130 miles to the northwest.