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The Constitucion Pedestrian Street
Located next to the Cathedral, this pedestrian street in historic downtown Colima features ceramics, serape, and leather shops, among many others.
- Next to the Cathedral, between Mayo 5 and Madero street
Tour Coffee Route
Tour on board a 4x4 vehicle, for the 12 communities near Comala that constitute the Coffee Route(+52-312) 313-0021
- $150 admission general (The tour lasts eight hours after reservation.)
- Tours Saturday and Sunday at 8 hrs. In vacations every day.
- Departures in Downtown of Colima
La Campana and El Chanal Archaeological Sites
These astonishing, pre-Hispanic sites feature a civic and ceremonial center, pyramids, temples, and a ball game court. Closed Mondays.web page
- Open daily, from 9 to 18 hrs.
- Tecnologico, 15 min from downtown.
Metropolitan Regional Park
This 10-hectare (25 acres) park features aquatic rides, swimming pool with waves, water slide, boats with oars, and a zoo.
- Adults $15
- Open daily, from 10:30 to 17 hrs. Closed Mondays
- Located 10 minutes from Downtown
Known as America's White Town, Comala was declared as an Area of Historic Monuments. Its main attraction is Los Portales, opposite the Plaza de Armas (main plaza), an area with a wide variety of restaurants featuring Mexican live music.
- Located 12 km (7 miles) from Colima.
The Regional Museum of History
Nineteenth-century house featuring pre-Hispanic artifacts of the Catacha culture, clay sculptures, and a reproduction of a shaft tomb.(+52-312) 312-9228|web page
- Adults $46
- Open through Tuesday to Saturday, 9 to 18 hrs; Sunday 17 to 20 hrs. Closed Mondays
- Portal Morelos No. 1, in Downtown
The Alvaro Obregon Market
This market houses fruit, bread, clay handicrafts, crockery, ironware, and regional snack stalls.
- Ignacio Sandoval corner Vicente Guerrero