Landmarks/ Points of Interest in Cortes Department

Top Points of Interest & Landmarks in Cortes Department, Honduras

Points of Interest & Landmarks in Cortes Department

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  • Expedition239483
    Harrisonville, MO3 contributions
    It's a great view but a bit of a steep hike. It will take a solid hour up if you are somewhat out of shape and needing to take rest stops. Slightly less time coming down.

    It did feel safe visiting mid-day during the week. Several solo and couple joggers were present. Robberies were starting to happen here a while ago but the police are doing more patrols on motorbikes now (the same two officers passed twice in 2 hours).

    The trail itself doesn't offer many views on the way up (maybe 2 or 3 spots where you can see the city below) but the view at the top is worth it. As is the stand serving coconuts at the top.

    It's not easy to see the Coca Cola sign itself as much of the area is overgrown and access to the signs is restricted with fencing.
    Written May 15, 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Thomas L
    San Pedro Sula, Cortes, Honduras37 contributions
    An easy place to attend Mass. The church is modernish--mid last century and not historical by any means. But the people are welcoming. It's not where the elite attend Mass. If you simply want to worship, this is a good place to go.
    Written March 3, 2017
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  • Prawet J
    Washington DC, DC13,366 contributions
    It is a small block of city park or should I say "sqaure" and very vibrant day time with the Cathedral on one end and the Municipal Building on the other. The socal "water fall" in the middle but no water. One side of the park is a pedestrian market and the other side are tall buildings, Other than that, there is nothing specific about the place. There are many homeless people in the park. I felt OK to walk around during the day (more police with M16 than I saw in many places) but again I was strongly recommend not to get there after sunset because I am a tourist and could be targeted for roberry. I respect the recfommendation and still got a nice walk of about 7 block sqaure during my afternoon visit to the city. From the appearance (my observation), I do not see it different fromn any other Latin American cities.
    Written August 9, 2018
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