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Historical Monuments in Veracruz
St. John of Ulúa Fort
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Harbors in Veracruz
Port of Veracruz
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Zoos in Veracruz
Veracruz Aquarium
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Beaches in Veracruz
Beach Muñuecos
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Of Cultural Interest in Veracruz
Estate El Lencero
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Forests in Veracruz
Nuevo Jacal
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Of Touristic Interest in Veracruz
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Waterfalls in Veracruz
Jump of Egipantla
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Islands in Veracruz
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Of Touristic Interest in Veracruz
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Of Cultural Interest in Veracruz
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Of Cultural Interest in Veracruz
The Veracruz River Mouth
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Beaches in Veracruz
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Beaches in Veracruz
Tip Anton Lizardo, Veracruz
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Islands in Veracruz
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Beaches in Veracruz
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Ruins in Veracruz
Colonia El Moralillo
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Beaches in Veracruz
Montepio
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Activities in Veracruz
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Restaurants in Veracruz
La Parroquia Restaurant
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Cafés in Veracruz
La Parroquia Café
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Restaurants in Veracruz
Mozzarella
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Restaurants in Veracruz
La Suriana Restaurant
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Hotels in Veracruz
Emporio Veracruz hotel
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Camino Real Veracruz hotel
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All about Veracruz tourism

Veracruz is a thriving port city on Mexico’s Caribbean coast and every year millions of local and international travelers choose to visit Veracruz for its wonderful beaches, unique cuisine, and historical monuments. The city’s tropical climate makes Veracruz travel possible throughout the year, but keep in mind that the summer months feature regular downpours in the mid-afternoons. Though it is a coastal city, Veracruz is not a common stop for cruise operators so most travelers will have to fly into General Heriberto Jara International Airport.The nerve-center of Veracruz tourism is the Zocalo, also known as the Plaza de las Armas. This is a popular square where locals come to snack on street food, chat, and even dance in the evenings. The Municipal Palace and Cathedral are also located on the Zocalo. If you’re looking for more culture and history during your Veracruz vacation, you can head to the Museo de la Ciudad to learn about Veracruz’s rich historical and colonial legacy.Aside from the Zocalo, the city's most popular attraction is perhaps the Fort San Juan de Ulúa, a 16th-century Spanish fort that’s a must during your holiday in Veracruz. Despite its coastal setting, Veracruz is still not an international beach destination which means you can enjoy lovely tropical beaches during your holiday in Veracruz without all the crowds. The best beaches, though, are located a short drive outside the city and your hotel reception should be able to book an excursion.Given Veracruz's history as a port city, it’s no surprise that the local food is a unique mix of Mexican, Spanish, and Italian influences. Take time during your Veracruz holidays to sample some of the local dishes on offer at the Zocalo and try the fresh seafood on the boardwalk. So, are you getting in the mood to travel to Veracruz? Remember, minube has travel tips from millions on real travelers so you can plan the trip of your dreams.