Acapulco Sights

Avenida Costera Miguel Alemán hugs the Bahía de Acapulco from the Carretera Escénica (Scenic Highway) in the east to Playa Caleta (Caleta Beach) in the southwest—a distance of about 8 km (5 mi). Most of the major beaches, shopping malls, and hotels are along or off this avenue, and locals refer to its most exclusive stretch—from El Presidente hotel to Las Brisas—simply as "the Costera."

Since many addresses are listed as only "Costera Miguel Alemán," you'll need good directions from a major landmark to find specific shops and hotels.

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Casa Humboldt

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The Museo de Arte Virreinal, as it is also known, was named for German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt, who stayed here in 1803. The...

Grutas de Cacahuamilpa

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Mexico's largest caverns are about 30 km (19 mi) northeast of Taxco. English-speaking guides will lead you along a 2-km (1 mi) illuminated...

Iglesia de San Sebastián y Santa Prisca

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This church has dominated Plaza Borda since the 18th century. Usually just called Santa Prisca, it was built by French silver magnate...

Mercado Municipal

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Weekend mornings, locals from surrounding towns come to sell and buy produce, crafts, and everything from peanuts to electrical appliances...

Museo Spratling

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The former home of William G. Spratling houses some 140 of the artist's original designs plus his collection of pre-Columbian artifacts.

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