CAMPECHE, MEXICO, CULTURE AND CUISINE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS - THE BACKPACKING

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Monday, January 6, 2014

CAMPECHE, MEXICO, CULTURE AND CUISINE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

Travelers from all over the country, even the world , found in the cuisine of Campeche rapprochement with one of the most important arts in this town : the culinary . His exquisite dishes back to the origins of culture , which flourished in this area and whose influence is reflected in traditional dishes made with turkey, but over time it has diversified to pork , fish and seafood. In the evening enjoy the hearty cuisine in the various taverns cenadurías or snacks, which you can find a variety of snacks and natural drinks . Reaching these sites can also serve as a night ride to enjoy the boardwalk , the
colonial architecture of its facade and its traditional districts , such as San Martin and the Plaza de San Francisco , under whose portals are located the two main cenadurías that exist in the City.

  Location : The State of Campeche is located in the southeastern part of the country and southwest of the Yucatan Peninsula , while the municipality of the same name is in the northwest of the entity. Bordered on the north by the Municipality of Tenabo , east and southeast by Hopelchén , the south by the Municipality of Champotón and west by the Gulf of Mexico .

  Directions : Campeche has two airports : one in the city of Campeche and one in Ciudad del Carmen , as well as an airfield in Xpuhil . Federal highway 180 connects the capital Merida Campeche . From the boardwalk to the city you have to go north to take the road to Merida . In this route , called the " Camino Real" you'll find about 33 km Tenabo Municipality , the smallest state . About 20 miles later you will reach the Municipality of Hecelchakán and 30 km later, Calkiní . Just outside the municipal seat of Calkiní still heading to Merida , is the town of Bécal , famous for its hippie hats , taken together with the hipiles of mestizo women , one of the distinctive crafts of Campeche.