Santa Bárbara, Santa Bárbara, more than a fascinating, natural and colonial destination, Santa Bárbara, the land of junca and coffee, has become a meeting point for tourism lovers looking to get out of the rut and enter a small world full of culture and history. Santa Bárbara stands out for its exquisite coffee production, junco craftsmanship and the company's fairs held in December.
Santa Lucía, Francisco Morazán, leave behind the capital and follow the road to Santa Lucia, a charming village where every step awaits a surprise. It is considered a tourist paradise where visitors find the perfect excuse to get away from life in the city. Its people, the atmosphere, gastronomy and climate, make Santa Lucia an unusual destination.
Valle de Ángeles, Francisco Morazán, leave behind the capital and follow the road to Valle de Ángeles, a charming village where every step awaits a surprise. It is considered a tourist paradise where visitors find the perfect excuse to get away from life in the city. Its people, the atmosphere, gastronomy and climate, make Valle de Angeles an out-of-the-ordinary destination.
Siguatepeque, Comayagua, is the central point of Honduras and half of the route between Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. At a height that rises to 1200 msnm, it is the second most important city in the department of Comayagua, has extensive pine forests that accompany the traveler throughout his visit. During his visit to the city, visitors can find a number of charms Which starts from a break for a restaurant near the town center as well as ecotourism centers and public squares.
Santa Rosa de Copán, Copán, considered as the pole of development in the west of the country, Santa Rosa de Copan stands out for its colonial architecture, historical heritage, charisma and hospitality of its people. The historic center of Santa Rosa de Copán has been declared National Monument and Cultural Heritage of the Nation and offers the visitor the enjoyment of its colonial architecture, heritage and effort of tobacco growers; Its cobbled streets and roof tiles go back to a laborious village that retains its cultural and historical wealth.
Colón, Colón, is the department of Honduras that is located geographically on the coasts of the Honduran Caribbean, its departmental head is the city Puerto de Trujillo, the first Capital of the Province of Honduras and the city where the Spanish Conquistadores celebrated the first Mass on mainland mainland American.
Comayagua, Comayagua, one of the wonders of Honduras has become a national and international attraction for tourism. Every week dozens of travelers visit the city, interested in their colonial heritage. This city is famous for its beautiful churches, like the Cathedral of Santa Maria (in the heart of the city), it has one of the oldest clocks in America. The Church of the Merced, is the first church built in the city. Comayagua also has the churches of San Francisco and the Church of Indians of San Sebastián.