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The Malecon (Spanish for pier) in the port city of Veracruz has a great deal to see and do. You can see the oldest port in North America which is still heavily used today, try local delicacies (such as fresh fruits, tacos, and other tasty...More
A charming walk along the water. There are historical markers, statutes celebrating the various communities that have made Veracruz their home and food vendors. Access to public beaches is also available.
Good place to find a table on the square and have a glass of wine. Watch the locals walking around and hear the music from the street vendors or on stage. Be careful with the people trying to sell you fake goods. A simple no...More
The place is very interesting and has a great view.
You can observe the massive cargo ships.
There are several spots with street food (corn, esquites, ice cream, etc).
A lot of merchants selling souvenirs and local handcrafts (art pieces).
Unfortunately the whole towns city...More
I fell in love with Veracruz' Malecón before I ever saw it 'live & in person'; when watching María Novaro's wonderful 1991 film, Danzón. When I was able to visit, the walk along the waterfront did not disappoint. I love the sculpture honoring the port's...More