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There are a number of colonial churches which are well worth a visit. Directly across from the Main Plaza, Our Lady of Guadelupe has very old paintings and altars. The Cathedral next door, neo-clasical facade of recent construction, is built where the old graveyard used to be.
For a great shopping experience head for the Mercado Tipico or the Mercado Juarez. The Mercado Tipico is a beautiful colorful old city market filled with art-folklore-music and of course mariachis. This very liked tourist spot always has something exciting going on. Don't leave Cd. Juarez visiting it. The Mercado Juarez is the oldest city market. It features curious shopping, groceries shopping, authentic Mexican food and music, played by mariachis and "norteno" groups. This is also a must visit!
This Ciudad Juárez Travel Guide will help you plan your trip to Mexico and discover all the great attractions that can be found. Ciudad Juárez remains one of the fastest growing cities in the world, but has yet to become a pioneer in tourism.
Quality Inn: The Quality Inn located in Ciudad Juárez is one of the better places to stay in the area. Prices are very affordable and good service is a plus. A free shuttle and breakfast are available.
La Quinta Inn & Suites: La Quinta Inn & Suites is located in a convenient historical district. Prices are reasonable and amenities include a continental breakfast, free parking, a swimming pool and a business center. This hotel is pet friendly and it has 24 hour security guards. Choose from 89 rooms and 15 suites.
Places to Visit
Ciudad Juárez Cathedral: The Ciudad Juárez Cathedral is located downtown and offers great insight into the architecture of Juárez. Tourists enjoy visiting the Cathedral and learning about the history of the area in the process.
Chamizal Park: Chamizal Park offers a relaxing time to visitors paired with access to an archeology museum that displays different types of art. Enjoy skating in the park or a game of soccer. The park offers a great getaway for locals and tourists.
The Museum of History: The Juárez Museum of History is a popular destination among visitors. It offers various exhibits explaining the history of the area, and it's a great example of Mexican architecture.
City Street Market: Visit the City Street Market where a multitude of vendors can be found selling crafts, clothing, jewelry and more. It's loved by both locals and tourists and should be on your list of places to visit before leaving Ciudad Juárez.
Salon Mexico: Salon Mexico is a great place for tourists to go to get a drink and dance. The staff is friendly and inviting and it's a better choice for tourists than other bars and clubs in the area.
Don Quintin: Don Quintin is a well known club in Juárez. It offers dancing and drinking paired with a younger scene. They have an in-house band that plays rock and pop music, even giving patrons a chance to get on stage and sing with them.
A Look into History
Ciudad Juárez provides a fantastic look into Mexican history and culture. When visiting, plan your stay in advance. Some of the areas shouldn't be traveled by non-locals. As long as you're prepared for your journey, you will find that the trip was worthwhile and you will count down the days until you will return once again to Ciudad Juárez.
January 15, 2005 change by giorgio