• Siguatepeque

Siguatepeque is the central point of Honduras, halfway between Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. Located up on a plateau at 1,200 m (3,900 ft) above sea level, it enjoys a pleasant average temperature of 22 C° (71 F°). Siguatepeque is truly a city of midpoints.
When you travel on the CA-5 highway, it is almost traditional to stop at one of the many restaurants there. The dense pine forests tell you that you are near the city where the North-South and the Western highways intersect, because the route to La Esperanza and Western Honduras joins here with the CA-5.
Through it you can get to El Porvenir, famous for its pottery artisans, and besides taking home some nice quality pottery, you could maybe try making some.
The National Forestry Fair and the Pine Fair are two of the largest events in this city-which, as you have been wondering from the beginning-means "City of Women" in the Nahuatl indian language.