A famously popular destination in Mexico, Acapulco offers ongoing entertainment and nightlife to keep you dancing all night; but beyond the dazzling nightlife, explore this city’s natural wonders with its hills and cliffs offering stunning views of the city and beaches.

Must See

Capilla de la Paz (Chapel of Peace): take in the tranquility of this clifftop chapel, located on a hillside 1,200 feet above sea level, recognized by its 130-foot cross. Featuring a quaint, open-air sanctuary surrounded by picturesque gardens and stunning ocean views, all faiths are welcome to take in this uniquely tranquil setting.

Fort of San Diego: take a break to step into history with the city’s famous Fort of San Diego (El Fuerte de San Diego), a star-shaped edifice that is also a museum and gift shop. It showcases exhibits on the history of Acapulco, as well as clothing, articles and goods from Pacific trade routes. Bring your camera as, outside the fort, you can capture striking views of Acapulco Bay and the surrounding city.

La Quebrada Cliff Divers: no visit to Acapulco is complete without watching these cliff divers perform their impressive jumps into the shallow, dangerous tides that form in the bottom part of La Quebrada.

Must Do

Dance all night – known as a high energy party town, you can dine on exquisite authentic foods, dance until dawn then spend the day relaxing on one of its beautiful beaches. Get ready to celebrate life with many options for entertainment. The Avenida Costera Miguel Aleman is lined with night clubs, bars, restaurants, and shops that are open all night.

Dive into nature – for daytime adventure, take a plunge from the cliffs of La Quebrada where you can dive into the ocean below. Take in the calm waters of its beaches and fine amenities offered by its multitude of well established.

Find hidden treasures – bustling downtown includes a main square, called zocalo, and on its border, discover the Nuestra Senora de la Soledad Church, and nearby is the newly reconstructed municipal market. Take a look at the 60 ft street mural of tiles, seashells and stones located on the Casa Dolores Olmedo.

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