Things to do
Get to know this incredible water park that entertains and entertains people of all ages.
San Juan de Ulúa
Get to know this island with a fortress built since 1519.
Acuario de Veracruz
Explore the most important aquarium in Mexico, located in Veracruz.
Take a tour of the Naval Museum and learn about the cultural assets of the Mexican Navy.
Museo Baluarte de Santiago
Get to know this interesting military building with restricted access and converted to a museum in 1991.
Isla de Enmedio
Discover a charming island in the Gulf of Mexico.
Get to know this beautiful town, best known for its fishing tradition.
Enjoy an adrenaline-filled day of rafting down this river.
Visit this part of the city and discover the rich history of Veracruz.
San Juan de Ulua
The Fortress of San Juan de Ulúa is located on a small island of the same name, located in the Gulf of Mexico in front of the port of the city of Veracruz.
Isla de Sacrificios
Isla de Sacrificios is a Mexican island located in the Gulf of Mexico, very close to the port of Veracruz. Measuring approximately 450 meters long and 198 meters wide, it is part of the Veracruzano Reef System National Marine Park. It is closed to the public and is protected by the Secretary of the Navy.
This museum's mission is to exhibit, conserve and preserve the cultural assets of the Mexican Navy.
Museo Baluarte de Santiago
This museum opened its doors in 1991 to exhibit the "Las Joyas del Pescador" archaeological collection of pre-Columbian gold objects.
Outdoor water park with slides, artificial river, wave pool, sun loungers and children´s area.
Isla de en medio
Beautiful in Veracruz, where you can enjoy a private beach and crystal clear waters.
Casa Museo Agustin Lara
Museum dedicated to one of the great Mexican musicians and composers.
This area features important tourist attractions such as the house of Hernán Cortés and the sanctuary of the Holy Christ, among others.
Located two hours from Veracruz, Orizaba features numerous Catholic temples and convents; the city experienced a great deal of growth during the Porfirato era of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Coatepec and Xico
Declared a Pueblo Mágico on August 17, 2006, Coatepec y Xico is known for its historic center, its orchids and the quality of its coffee.
Colloquially known as “The City of Flowers” and more recently as “La Atenas Veracruzana”, Xalapa is a historical and cultural city par excellence, and is distinguished by its golden sunsets, narrow streets and cobbled alleys.
Enjoy your stay
Fiesta Rewards is an experience that goes beyond each trip, it is discovering more and having better possibilities, living unique experiences and enjoying benefits designed to recognize you at all times.
Give your travels a different meaning and be part of the only frequent flyer program that knows and recognizes you.
Be part of Fiesta Rewards. Join here .