Where to Go / What to Do in Acapulco

LA QUEBRADA

It is the symbol of Acapulco, where brave young divers jump from a cliff more than 130 feet high to a narrow and difficult part of the bay. A show you shouldnÂ't miss.


PALMA SOLA

Archeological site located inside the Veladero National Park in Acapulco de Juarez, it is famous for the petroglyphs, carvings in stone, found in it. The carvings are of human and decorative figures.


FUERTE DE SAN DIEGO Y MUSEO HISTÓRICO

The history of the colonial port and town of Acapulco is concentrated in this pentagon shaped construction. The defense against pirate attacks, the commercial relevance of the port and its transactions with the east, the culture and identity of Acapulco, are exhibited in the History Museum located inside.

 

 

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