Edzná is a Maya archaeological site in the north of the Mexican state of Campeche. Today, the site is open to visitors.
This historic fortification protected Campeche from the British in the 18th century. Now, there is an archaeological museum here.
Used for city protection in the past, this fort is now a memorial of colonial history and presents a collection of military equipment.
It is worth climbing the bastion as it offers very good panoramic view of the city.
Dating back to the 17th century, this fort in pentagonal shape is the seat of the city museum, exhibiting various historic artifacts.
Local rumours say that this fort used to be the seat of the Inquisition. Nowadays, there is a visitor center and a museum here.
The oldest bastion in Campeche offers a magnificent view of the city and the sea and also houses several galleries of art.
Dating back to the 16th century, this is one of the main churches in Campeche. Come to see its beautiful altars.
Named after the founder of the Franciscan order, this bastion used to serve as a barrack and a guarding spot in the past.
Located inside the Bastion of Solitude, this museum displays various interesting archaeological findings, especially monoliths.
Also known as the Independence Square, this plaza is one of the oldest parts of Campeche and is a popular meeting point for the locals.
Dedicated to Black Christ, this small church features simple architecture with one belltower and stained-glass windows.
Seated inside the San Jose Fort, this museum is a perfect place for tourists interested in the military. Its collection is quite extensive.