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Holiday Inn Express Veracruz Boca del Rio

Blvd. Adolfo Ruiz Cortines :4298 A Fracc. Costa De Oro , Boca Del Rio, Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave 94299

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Centro città

Centro città

Indicazioni stradali dal centro città all'hotel: North

Distanza dall'hotel: 6.21 MI/ 10 KM

Locale

Locale

Distanza dall'hotel: 0.31 MI/ 0.5 KM Sud Ovest

Minimarket: 0.06 MI/ 0.1 KM East

Da vedere

Da vedere

Visit the beautiful San Juan de Ulua Fort and learn about its history and see the beautiful view. Take a stroll to the main square downtown, where you can see couples young and old, dancing the regional dance, Danzon. Or if you prefer visit the Aquarium where you can swim with dolphins or see the historical museums in the city, 15 minutes ago from the hotel.

Da non perdere

Da non perdere

You need to visit the aquarium, the historical downtown area, walk the boardwalk or maybe drink Torito regional drink and eat crab tostadas. Another place to visit is the recently renovated Boca del Rio´s down town and enjoy a beautiful view to the Jamapa river or if you prefer our traditions please don’t miss Veracruz down town with the famous typical dance "Danzon" at Los Portales.

Non tornare a casa senza

Non tornare a casa senza

Don't leave the beautiful Veracruz, without savoring some regional ice cream. Try a cafe lechero and canilla bread at the La Parroquia restaurant, and then visit the arts craft market. You may buy some beautiful souvenirs for your friends and family. Why not try a Torito with peanuts or coconut.... traditional digestive drink.

Suggerimenti intelligenti

When visiting Veracruz in spring or summer we recommend you travel with fresh cotton cloting, pack sun block and confortable shoes. If visiting in fall or winter a light jacket or sweater is fine for the evenings. Don't forget to try the regional food, expecially the gorditas and picadas, made with corn and served with different salsas. Our seafood is the best in the region.