Sitting in practically in middle of a community but close enough to the water to make sense of its existence centuries ago. There are no stairs to entrance, just a steep climb, that could be considered wheelchair access. Just be careful coming from down from the attraction because it is very steep. It is open from 10am to 4:30pm and the cost is 46 MXN pesos (less than $4). It is a short and sweet journey through a piece Spanish history in Veracruz. Depending on where you are staying the a Taxi shouldn't be more than 80 MXN ($6). I was able to walk four blocks from my hotel in centro historic. There are also bus tours you can take for 30 MXN (less than $3) that will show all the major sites including Baluarte Santiago. Yes it is also important to know that there are no English tour guides at the attraction but with the art of photography and language translation, you will get a good idea what the purpose was for this attraction in the 1600s.
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