Choluteca


Entering Choluteca
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The fourth largest city of Honduras, although less visited compared to the prime cities as it is located in the southern area, Choluteca boasts of undiscovered but very beautiful tourist sites. It is the birthplace of Cecilio del Valle, the founder of Central America, and is home to great beaches and forests too.

Golfo de Fonseca is the prime spot of Choluteca, which boasts of fine beaches, islands and forest life, easily accessible from the Choluteca Hotels Honduras. The Riviera Choluteca Hotel is also another great place to stay as it is close to the city’s Parque Central. Close to the park is the city’s public library. Another great place to visit is the Ojocal Wildlife Preserve. This is where you’ll find healthy tropical forests and great wildlife including white-faced monkeys. The city’s surrounding towns also provide fine beaches. An inexpensive hotel called the Santa Rosa Choluteca provides budget friendly accommodations and gives easy access to Choluteca’s best shopping area – the old market of Mercado Viejo San Antonio. It is a large market located in the center of the town, which sells food, souvenirs and other merchandise.

Choluteca is also a haven for historical sites, starting with its old colonial center, as well as the 17th century cathedral and the Bibliotheca Municipal building. Great place to eat include the Comedor central and the Café colonial. Both places are located in the Parque Central and offer good-value meals.

Choluteca it beats many other cities with its charm.

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