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Campeche, Mexico Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 9
Total Sleeping Rooms 491
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 145
Committable Meeting Rooms* 3
Largest Exhibit Space 330 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate MXN 914
Average Daily Meal Cost MXN 705
Average Weekly Car Rental MXN 4,038
*Maximum for a single hotel

Campeche, Mexico Things to Do and Attractions

Catedral de Nuestra Senora de la Purisima Conception

Located on Calle 55, and overlooking the main square, this limestone cathedral has stood for over 300 years. One of its striking features is the La Espanola bell tower, which contained the city's first public clock. The cathedral's facade sports

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City Bulwarks (Baluartes)

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Campeche has a total of seven bulwarks, built to fortify the city against pirates, indigenous uprisings and wild animals. Much of what is seen today is original construction. Many of the bulwarks host museums, or interesting historical artifacts;

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Museum of Mayan Culture

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Located in the San Miguel Fort, in what were once barracks, warehouses, armories and kitchens, the museum of Mayan culture has 10 rooms filled with interesting exhibits about Campeche's pre-Colonial and Colonial history. The museum houses several

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"Lugar del Sol" Sound and Light Show

Located in the Bulwark of San Juan, the smallest of Campeche's seven bulwarks, the "Lugar del Sol" Sound and Light Show is an artistic reenactment of historical pirate attacks in Campeche's past. The show brings together modern style dancing with

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Artisan Bazaar

The Artisan Bazaar, or Bazar Artesanal, is a one-stop shopping center for all souvenir needs. The market features arts and crafts made by local craftspeople. It is a great place to get a taste of local culture. One section of the market is reserved

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Barco Pirata "Lorencillo"

Named after an infamous Dutch pirate who attacked Campeche and its surrounding villages in 1672, the Lorencillo Pirate boat is the replica of a 17th-century buccaneer-style vessel. The ship takes visitors for a ride around Campeche bay and treats

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Xtampak Tours

Xtampak Tours is a tour operator that offers comprehensive city tours, as well as tours to various archeological sites, including Edzna, the Chenes sites and eastern Campeche. This tour company also offers overnight packages to the Calakmul and Rio

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Cenaduria los Portales

The Cenaduria Los Portales is a classic Campechano dining spot, located by the San Francisco Gates. As the name indicates, the restaurant is only open for dinner (Cena, in Spanish means Dinner), and the food served is Mexican, with regional specials

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El Bastion de Campeche

Situated in the heart of the historical center, and only steps away from the Soledad Bulwark, El Bastion de Campeche was founded in 1939 and serves carefully prepared local dishes at breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is housed in an old

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Specializing in fish and seafood, Marganzo is a lively restaurant located in the heart of Campeche's historic center, adjacent to one of the city's gates, la Puerta del Mar. Marganzo serves contemporary Campechano food, meaning that pre-Hispanic

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Casa No. 6

Formerly a prestigious plaza address, the Casa No. 6 was a mansion occupied by an upper-class Campeche family during the pre-revolutionary era. The building now serves as an informational center for tourists, as well as a cultural center. Casa No. 6

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Plaza del Patrimonio Mundial: Magical Fountains

Inaugurated on the first of December 2002, the World Patrimony Plaza is located in the historic center. The plaza sports a series of interactive musical fountains, seemingly creating a show by "dancing" to the music. The fountains become active on

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The ancient city of Edzna, whose name translated into English means "house of the Itzaes" (a Mayan tribe), became a regional Mayan capital of the Eastern Yucatan peninsula between 400 AD and 1000 AD. The impressive stature of several stone

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Playa Bonita

Located only 5 miles south of the capital, on the Federal Highway 180, this beach is visited by tourists and locals alike. Visitors to Playa Bonita can enjoy a relaxing swim in the temperate waters, or simply sit on the beach and watch the gentle

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