Valle de Ángeles, Francisco Morazán, Leave the capital behind and follow the road to Valle de Angeles, a charming village where a surprise awaits in every step. It is considered a tourist paradise where visitors find the perfect excuse to get away from city life. Its people, atmosphere, gastronomy and climate, make Valle de Angeles an out-of-the-ordinary destination.
Siguatepeque, Comayagua, is the center point of Honduras and halfway in the route between Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. At a height that reaches up to 1200 msnm, it is the second most important city in the department of Comayagua. It has extensive pine forests that accompany the traveler throughout the visit. As they go through the city, visitors can find a number of charms Which start with a break in a restaurant near the town center, as well as ecotourism centers and public squares.
Santa Bárbara, Santa Bárbara, more than a fascinating, natural and colonial destination, Santa Barbara, the land of junca and coffee, has become a meeting point for tourism lovers looking to get away from routine and enter a small world full of culture and history. Santa Barbara stands out for its exquisite coffee production, junco craftsmanship and the local fair held in December.
Santa Lucía, Francisco Morazán, is a small colonial municipality near Valle de Angeles, and one of the oldest ones. It is ideal to escape the city (Tegucigalpa, the nearby capital), because of its living history, culture and tradition. It possesses great natural wealth, including a beautiful lagoon, and fresh weather.
Comayagua, Comayagua, it is one of Honduras’ wonders that has become a national and international tourist attraction. Dozens of travelers visit the city every week, interested in their colonial heritage. This city is famous for its beautiful churches, like the Santa Maria Cathedral (in the heart of the city), and it has one of the oldest clocks in America. The Church of the Merced is the first church built in the city. Likewise, Comayagua has the San Francisco Church and the San Sebastian’s Indian’s Church.
Santa Rosa de Copán, Copán, considered the development pole of the country’s west, Santa Rosa de Copan stands out for its colonial architecture, historical heritage, and the charisma and hospitality of its people. The historic center of Santa Rosa de Copan has been declared a National Monument and Cultural Heritage of the Nation and offers the visitor the enjoyment of its colonial architecture, heritage and the effort of tobacco harvesters. Its cobbled streets and roof tiles take us back to a laborious village that retains its cultural and historical wealth.