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Comience su visita en Trujillo con un recorrido por la Fortaleza de Santa Bárbara.

Construido en 1575-para proteger la ciudad portuaria (y los intereses de España colonial), la Fortaleza ofrece impresionantes vistas de la Bahia de Trujillo. Used puede ver exposiciones informativas en el día de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m.


Una visita a Trujillo no sería completa sin un paseo arquitectónico del Centro Histórico. La Arquitectura ecléctica de la ciudad se compone de una mezcla interesante de su pasado colonial español,Trujillo Honduras beaches la influencia victoriana Inglés, y recordatorios de la época de la Republica del Banana.


Visite la Oficina de Turismo de información, para organizar una gira con suerte Tours (434 41 40), situado en el centro de la ciudad.


Ofrecen visitas guiadas en las excursiones de ecoturismo español o italiano tanto de la Fortaleza y el distrito histórico, así como locales.

Descubra más restos del pasado colorido de Trujillo en EL CEMENTERIO VIEJO, donde podrás ver los estilos de las lapidas que abarcan de los siglos.

Estate seguro de encontrar el infame célebre William Walker, un Indomable de América del Norte, que en la década de 1850, hizo numerosos intentos de conquistar toda América Central.

Para un almuerzo de mariscos típicos, vayanse a uno de los muchos restaurantes en la playa municipal, cerca del Parque Central. No te pierdas el MUSEO RUFINO GALAN.


Alberga una impresionante colección de artefactos prehistóricos, colonial y contemporánea (en la calle 18 de Mayo, más allá de la llanta blanca grande a la izquierda abierta de 8 am a 5 pm todos los días, excepto cuando llueve; cuota de inscripción nominal de lempiras).


Por la tarde, tomate algunas fotos con la estatua de Cristóbal Colón en el Punto Municipal Mirador (detrás de la oficina del alcalde) antes de dirigirse hacia el muelle turístico de una de las puestas de sol radiante de Trujillo.

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Barrio Cristales es la esquina de Trujillo que nunca duerme. Es el hogar de los locales de la cultura garífuna que es bien conocido por sus bailes únicos, alimentos, y tradiciones.


Cada segundo domingo del mes hay una masa tradicional en la iglesia San Juan Bautista. Used puede comprar una gran variedad de artículos artesanales garífunas en La Negra, Artesma y en el Gariate.

En la playa en el Hotel Coco Pando, usted puede aprender a bailar la punta, tocar tambores, y que le hagan trenzas. O pruebe el ceviche de caracól en el restaurante Wanichigu, distinguido por su diseño típico garífuna.


Santa Fe, San Antonio y Guadalupe son tres comunidades garífunas no muy lejos de Trujillo, donde se puede disfrutar de playas y puede experienciar la vida del pueblo.
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Para un verdadero placer, vaya a almorzar en "Caballero's" (o Pete's Place como es conocido por algunos) en Santa Fe. Caballeros, es un restaurante muy celebrado con platos grandes de pescados y mariscos.


Pruebe "El Preparado" cóctel (también conocido como especial de Pete) o un tiro picante de su licor hecho en casa, guifity.

 

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En el camino a Casabe Docha, se puede ver como el casabe, un pan tradicional garífuna, está hecho de yuca. (Lunes, jueves, viernes y sábados 11 a.m.-4 p.m.)

Aprende sobre la cultura Pech visitando EL CENTRO CULTURAL PECH en la comunidad de Moradel, a tres kilómetros de Trujillo en la carretera de Tocoa.


Hay visitantes que pueden salir a caminar encima del Cerro Moradel, con impresionantes vistas de Trujillo y la Laguna.

Trujillo es la puerta de enlaces para visitar La Mosquitia, el área más grande y más diverso biológicamente protegido en América Central, donde numerosos pueblo’s étnicos aún conservan sus formas ancestrales de vida.



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Start your visit to Trujillo with a tour of the Santa Barbara Fortress.

Built in 1575 to protect the port town (and Spain's burgeoning colonial interests), the fortress offers impressive views of Trujillo bay. You can see informative exhibits daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.



A visit to Trujillo would not be complete without an architectural walking tour of the HISTORIC CENTRE. The town's eclectic architecture is comprised of an interesting mix of its Spanish colonial past, English Victorian influence.


Visit the Tourism Office for information, or arrange a tour with Lucky Tours (434 41 40), located in the town centre. They offer guided tours in Spanish or Italian of the fortress and the historic district, as well as local ecotourism excursions.


Uncover more traces of Trujillo's colorful past at EL CEMENTERIO VIEJO (The Old Cemetery), where you will see tombstone styles that span the centuries. Be sure to find that of the infamous William Walker, an Indomitable North American, who in the 1850's, attempted to conquer all of Central America.


For a typical seafood lunch, head to one of the many restaurants on the Municipal Beach just below Central Park. Do not miss the RUFINO GALAN MUSEUM. It houses an impressive collection of prehistoric, colonial, and contemporary artifacts (on Calle 18 de Mayo, past the large white tire to the left, open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except when raining; nominal entry fee in lempiras).
 


In the afternoon, snap some photos with the Christopher Columbus statue at the Municipal Lookout Point (behind the mayor's office) before heading down to the Tourist Dock for one of Trujillo's radiant sunsets.
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Start your visit to Trujillo with a tour of the Santa Barbara Fortress. Built in 1575 to protect the port town (and Spain's burgeoning colonial interests), the fortress offers impressive views of Trujillo bay.


You can see informative exhibits daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A visit to Trujillo would not be complete without an architectural walking tour of the HISTORIC CENTRE.


The town's eclectic architecture is comprised of an interesting mix of its Spanish colonial past, English Victorian influence. Visit the Tourism Office for information, or arrange a tour with Lucky Tours (434 41 40), located in the town centre.


They offer guided tours in Spanish or Italian of the fortress and the historic district, as well as local ecotourism excursions. Uncover more traces of Trujillo's colorful past at EL CEMENTERIO VIEJO (The Old Cemetery), where you will see tombstone styles that span the centuries.


Be sure to find that of the infamous William Walker, an Indomitable North American, who in the 1850's, attempted to conquer all of Central America. For a typical seafood lunch, head to one of the many restaurants on the Municipal Beach just below Central Park. Do not miss the RUFINO GALAN MUSEUM.


It houses an impressive collection of prehistoric, colonial, and contemporary artifacts (on Calle 18 de Mayo, past the large white tire to the left, open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except when raining; nominal entry fee in lempiras).


In the afternoon, snap some photos with the Christopher Columbus statue at the Municipal Lookout Point (behind the mayor's office) before heading down to the Tourist Dock for one of Trujillo's radiant sunsets.


Barrios Cristales is the corner of Trujillo that never sleeps. Its home to the local
culture, which is well known for its unique dances, food, and traditions. Every second Sunday of the month there is a traditional Garifuna mass in the San Juan Bautista church at 6:30 p.m. You can buy a wide variety of Garifuna artisan items in La Negra, Artesia, and Gariate.


On the beach at Hotel Coco Pando, you can learn how to dance the Punta, play drums, and have your hair braided. Alternatively, try the renowned conch ceviche in their Wanichigu restaurant, distinguishable by its typical Garifuna design.


Santa Fe, San Antonio, and Guadalupe are three Garifuna communities not far from Trujillo, where you can enjoy secluded beaches and experience village life. For a real treat, have lunch at "Caballero's" (or Pete's Place as known to some) in Santa Fe. Caballeros are a much-celebrated eatery with enormous seafood platters. Try their "El Preparado" cocktail (also known as Pete's Special) or a zesty shot of their homemade liquor, guifity.


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Down the road at Casabe Docha, you can see how casabe, traditional Garifuna bread, is made from yucca. (Mon, Thu, Fri & Sat 11 am to 4 p.m.) Learn about the Pech culture by visiting THE PECH CULTURAL CENTRE in the community of Moradel, three kilometers from Trujillo on the road to Tocoa.


There visitors can depart for a hike to the top of Cerro Moradel, with breathtaking views of Trujillo and the Laguna.


Trujillo is the gateway for visiting La Mosquitia, the largest and most biologically diverse protected area in Central America, where numerous ethnic villages still preserve their ancestral ways of life. Pickup trucks leave from the town of Corocito every morning at 7:00 and 8:00 am for Batalla. Stop by the Tourism Office for more information.



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