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At the foot of Tacaná volcano, Perla del Soconusco can be found, its unmistakable sun-dried bricks and cane houses, palm ceilings and clay tiles resonating through the landscape, decorating the city and giving it a provincial and charming air.
Emblematic buildings such as the beautiful San Agustín Church and the neo-Classical styled House of Culture stand out as well.
You can admire these constructions from the Miguel Hidalgo Park plaza, among the shadow of the trees and beautiful jardinières.
By the Izapa ruins, you will find astounding archaeological remains.
Listening to the marimba is one of the many activities that will accompany you through your trip.
Remember to take the Coffee Route, which will teach you about how this delicious and iconic drink is produced.
The coffee-growing ranches called Argoria and Hamburgo are the most famous ones in the region because of their antiquity.
At Huixtla, you will find wonderful sites where you will be able to practice alpinism and rappelling on a rock that measures 87 meters in height.
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