Colima

Colima

Gastronomy and tranquility

This place has gained such popularity that surprise friends and strangers: online travel agency Expedia placed it in the list “TRENDS IN TRAVEL” for this year.
 
In Colima, news like this have raised great interest among travelers who look for places away from the noisy resorts, with attractive spots that invite them to walk in the streets with their family , partenrs or even for lone travelers. The ambiance allows to take amazing pictures. Try its traditional delicacies like the “pozole seco” or a refreshing “tuba” to forget about the warm weather.
 
Even though it´s not a coast city, Colima's wheather is warm and it suggest you're close to the beach, with Manzanillo only 90 minutes away by car, you'll have the chance to try delicious seafood like “Ceviche Colimense” with ground sailfish meat, the irresistible “Pescado Zarandeado” or the traditional Sopa de Mariscos,(seafood soup) which is prepared with a mix of shrimp, fish, crab and octupus.
 
A Magical Town that is part of literary history
Before we go deep in this fascinating destination, allow us to tell you that the Magical Town of Comala is very close, don't forget to pay a visit to it and learn about the places described by the writer Juan Rulfo in his book Pedro Paramo.
 
Its main square with beautiful gardens, museums and temples is walked quickly, but to really get to know it, you need the availability to browse and learn about the treasures guarded by its streets. The cathedral Basilica Menor de Colima is one of those places that contrast the Neoclassic style in its facade and the Baroque style in its interior. In fact this is the first temple dedicated to the Virgen de Guadalupe in all Latin America.
 
This is the third oldest city in Mexico and have a lovely warm wheater all year long.
 
 

 

 

Gastronomy and tranquility

This place has gained such popularity that surprise friends and strangers: online travel agency Expedia placed it in the list “TRENDS IN TRAVEL” for this year.

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In Colima, news like this have raised great interest among travelers who look for places away from the noisy resorts, with attractive spots that invite them to walk in the streets with their family , partenrs or even for lone travelers. The ambiance allows to take amazing pictures. Try its traditional delicacies like the “pozole seco” or a refreshing “tuba” to forget about the warm weather.
 
Even though it´s not a coast city, Colima's wheather is warm and it suggest you're close to the beach, with Manzanillo only 90 minutes away by car, you'll have the chance to try delicious seafood like “Ceviche Colimense” with ground sailfish meat, the irresistible “Pescado Zarandeado” or the traditional Sopa de Mariscos,(seafood soup) which is prepared with a mix of shrimp, fish, crab and octupus.
 
A Magical Town that is part of literary history
Before we go deep in this fascinating destination, allow us to tell you that the Magical Town of Comala is very close, don't forget to pay a visit to it and learn about the places described by the writer Juan Rulfo in his book Pedro Paramo.
 
Its main square with beautiful gardens, museums and temples is walked quickly, but to really get to know it, you need the availability to browse and learn about the treasures guarded by its streets. The cathedral Basilica Menor de Colima is one of those places that contrast the Neoclassic style in its facade and the Baroque style in its interior. In fact this is the first temple dedicated to the Virgen de Guadalupe in all Latin America.
 
This is the third oldest city in Mexico and have a lovely warm wheater all year long.
 
 

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