The seafront of the Port of Veracruz is one of the city’s most emblematic sites, not just for its design, architecture, and commercial and maritime import, but also for the stories it collects as time goes by. Today, this is a meeting point for locals and tourists alike who enjoy the view, cuisine, art, and traditions that the site has to offer.
Insurgente Veracruzanos N/N Col. Centro 91700, Veracrúz, Ver.
Plaza of the Republic
Recently remodeled, this area is made up of places like the Old Porfirian Customs Control and the Comprehensive Port Administration of Veracruz, among others.
Old Railway Station
Opened in 1911 by Porfirio Díaz, this was considered the first concrete and cement building to be built in the city of Veracruz.
Built in 1972, it conserves the beautiful neoclassical style of many of the buildings from the Porfirio and also holds the nation's first birth certificate.
One of the most traditional sites in our city, with a wide variety of restaurants and bars, they're located in front of Plaza de Armas or Plaza Mayor.
Former Santo Domingo Convent
An incredibly significant site in the city for being the headquarters of the Dominican order that, incidentally, administered the Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition.