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All reviews tourist shops main plaza street vendors nice sculptures downtown core leather goods big fish small downtown interesting area swordfish cruise ship port area we enjoyed walking walk around lots of restaurants iguana sanctuary worth the trip
With a overcast and a view of the harbor, this is a fun stop if you are visiting this city. Located in downtown, the harbor is parked with battlships and tugboats. The mountains surrounding the harbor have local houses/apartemts built going up the hills. There...More
There are souvenir shops, restaurants, bars, convenience shops all off the cruise ship dock where money could be spent. A small walking area in front of the port, all looking at the smoke stack of the power generation plant. Compared to other 'resort' towns, this...More
There isn't much to see or do. If you want to stop here as a cruiseport, you will likely be disappointed. hey need t get busy and create something worth seeing. This is the place where 10 was filmed with Bo Derek-remember?
Before leaving our hotel, we went to the center and looked around. We were able to visit some shops near the park. What little we saw was positive. We were able to eat ice cream 🍦 in one of the businesses in the area, very...More
We walked off the cruise ship and up to the boardwalk, stopped in a small bay-front park, then just a bit more walking to the giant blue sailfish sculpture. There's also a fountain with dancing waters and a statue of a stevedore. And there's the...More
Manzanillo lived up to our expectations. We wanted to spend time in a working Mexican city and did this ever deliver! We were able to walk around and shop in the downtown core and doing do by foot was the way to do it. We...More
We always take a bus into the centro once during every visit to Manzanillo. It is worth a short visit, but has nothing much to offer more than a busy and small downtown. There are some interesting statues along the waterfront. Also you can find...More
ok to walk around during daylight hours with several cafes, restaurants and bars plus a great public area near the harbour to walk around but these seems to close early (with the exception of the excellent hotel restaurant) and I left at dusk as it...More
If you walk out to the road ( about a 10 min walk down the long driveway) and wait for ome of the many local buses that have a 1 in the front window, you can just flag them down and take the interesting ride to el centro... More
If you walk out to the road ( about a 10 min walk down the long driveway) and wait for ome of the many local buses that have a 1 in the front window, you can just flag them down and take the interesting ride to el centro! Cost is 7 pesos per person. When you want off , just stand up and push the button by the back door , or walk to a door. He'll stop. It's safe and easy!
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Yes! Plenty of places,just ask a Taxi driver! Colima Bay Cafe a very cool,fun place with entertaining servers and live music events! Stayed many times at Tesoro and the Entertainment Staff will take you out on a kind of Club... More
Yes! Plenty of places,just ask a Taxi driver! Colima Bay Cafe a very cool,fun place with entertaining servers and live music events! Stayed many times at Tesoro and the Entertainment Staff will take you out on a kind of Club crawl. Can't remember the names of other places,but lots of live music and dancing to be had! It's a largely populated areas with lots to do!