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Top Things to Do in Puerto Chiapas, Mexico, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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San Cristóbal de las Casas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

San Cristóbal de las Casas is a city and municipality located in the Central Highlands region of Chiapas. As a municipality, the city functions as the governmental authority for 83 other rural communities outside the city proper, which cover a territory of 484 km 2.

Tuxtla Gutiérrez - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For most of the 19th century, Conservative and Liberal factions would struggle for power in Mexico, with Tuxtla favoring Conservative ideology. The first newspaper in the city was published in 1827 called Campana Chiapaneca under Joaquin Miguel Gutiérrez. Gutiérrez died in 1838, fighting for Conservative ideals.

Comitán - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Comitán is also a popular tourist destination, mostly for Mexican nationals, though some foreign visitors can also be seen. The town itself is one of the most pleasant and pretty in Mexico, with colonial architecture, narrow avenues, and clean streets. The climate is cool most of the year, and can get quite chilly from October to March.

Palenque, Chiapas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As of 2010, the city of Palenque had a population of 42,947, up from 37,301 as of 2005. Other than the city of Palenque, the municipality had 950 localities, the largest of which (with 2010 populations in parentheses) were: Río Chancalá (2,156), Doctor Samuel León Brindis (1,320), Agua Blanca Serranía (1,263), Arimatea (1,251), and Profresor Roberto Barrios (1,173), classified as rural.

Chiapa de Corzo (Mesoamerican site)

Chiapa de Corzo is an archaeological site of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, located in the Central Depression of Chiapas of present-day Mexico. It rose to prominence during the Middle Formative period, becoming a regional center or capital that controlled trade along the Grijalva River.

Tapachula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tapachula is Mexico's main border city with Guatemala on the Pacific coast area even though it is located some kilometers away from the border proper. The main commercial border crossing is in Ciudad Hidalgo about forty kilometers away.