Nightlife in Chiapas, Mexico: Nigthclubs, Dance clubs & more
The nightlife in Chiapas is as diverse as the landscapes of its different regions. Nighttime activities and attractions vary depending on the area.
In Tuxtla Gutierrez for instance, it is common to see young and old gathered together at the Marimba Park in the evenings to listen to live Marimba bands. There are many cafes and it is also customary to watch the performances at Las Pichanchas Restaurant, where there is a comical re-enactment of old Indian customs and dances, and of course there are also modern attractions such as bars and clubs in Tuxtla as well.
In Palenque the most popular restaurant is Don Mucho's, also known as El Panchan. This bar features live performances every night featuring a different guest band, and it is a great place for all the family.
In Tapachula it is customary to attend a club or bar to watch a soccer game with friends and enjoy a drink or a nice cold beer.
In San Cristobal de las Casas people usually walk along the Tourist Promenade before going to a bar, club, or cafe. Nightlife in this city is perhaps a little more varied than in other places in Chiapas and has something for everyone's taste, from artistic performances to wild parties.
Chiapas is a blend of cultures, tastes and customs that you are definitely going to find appealing, no matter which area you visit. Come to Chiapas and enjoy the array of nighttime entertainment that this beautiful state has to offer.
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