Acapulco is a beach city on Mexico's Pacific coast
This beautiful destination is famous for its La Quebrada, Casa de Los Vientos, and Sinfonía del Mar
There are Acapulco Historical Museum of Fort San Diego and Playa La Roqueta in downtown city
Heaven for shopaholics at Craft Market El Pueblito and Galerias Acapulco
Also, Paititi del Mar and Sí Señor for seafood lovers
Lastly, stay at Calinda Beach Acapulco while you are in the city
La Quebrada has amazing cliffs and beaches. This is a popular destination for diving or swimming. Also, you can see The La Quebrada Cliff Divers where professional high divers doing their beloved extreme sport.
Acapulco Historical Museum of Fort San Diego, a historical museum known as the Fort of San Diego. It was built in the 17th century by the Spanish Empire. You can see artifacts from Mezcala culture, Manila galleon, or Mexican War of independence. Also, come to Playa La Roqueta. A perfect beach for snorkeling and having jungle adventure. There're local eateries around the beach too.
Craft Market El Pueblito is a market to buy local souvenirs. It has a great collection of handicrafts for you to take home. Also, come to Galerias Acapulco if you prefer shops in one location. It's a good shopping mall in the city. You can also find local souvenirs like Mexican hat too.
Acapulco has fantastic seafood. But, Acapulco's ceviche is the authentic food you must try. The foods are cooked with traditional style and flavor. White or Green Pozole is also the local cuisine in Acapulco. For drink, you can try the Acapulco cocktail.
Acapulco is the largest beach city in Mexico. The name "Acapulco" comes from Nahuatl language, "where the reeds were destroyed or washed away". The people in Acapulco mostly speak Spanish, the official language. But, many people understand other languages too, like French, German, Italian, or English.
The best to visit the city is in April, May, October, or November. It's when the weather is sunny and humid. A good time for outdoor activities.
Calinda Beach Acapulco, a hotel with tube design and a Icacos beach view. Located 6 km from Acapulco Zocalo Square and La Quebrada Cliffs. and 5 km from the 17th-century Acapulco Historical Museum of Fort San Diego. Or, stay at Ritz Acapulco. A luxurious hotel located on Playa Hornos beach. It's close to the Museo Histórico de Acapulco Fuerte de San Diego and La Quebrada diving cliffs.
Paititi del Mar, a seafood restaurant with a friendly vibe. It has so many delicious menus, especially its platillo and the grilled octopus. Also, have dinner at Sí Señor. An iconic restaurant with its delicious pozole you must try.
Laguna Café, a beautiful cafe with beach scenery. Also, serving tasty foods to enjoy in an afternoon. You can also relax at La Romita. A warm cafe and they are good at serving tasty coffee. Also, delicious cakes. A good place to chill out and escape from the crowds.
Believe Acapulco, a popular disco club with its unique interior. Offering great music with DJs and a good selection of alcoholic drinks. But if you prefer a less energic place, go to Brooklyn's Sports House & Bar. It also has delicious drinks and foods like hamburgers and cold beers.
Casa de Los Vientos - Mural de Diego Rivera, a unique museum Acapulco. Also, known as Cada de Diego Rivera. A place where you can be amazed by colorful murals and one of the last Rivera's works. Also, come to Papagayo Park. The most popular park in the city. A park with a friendly atmosphere and green garden. Also, a good place for family.
Capilla de la Paz, a chappel located on a clifftop. The unique interior of the chappel and offering Acapulco bay view for you to take pictures. You can also go to Sinfonía del Mar. Popular as a scenic spot. You can get a view of cool houses and the beach in one frame.