Casa de Cultura, Bernardo Peña (Few blocks near the market). Former this was only a cultural center. Now this is also used as a small museum, you can find pre-hispanic culture. But cultural events still happen to be here.edit
Museo Regional de San Andrés Tuxtla. In this museum, first opened in the beginning of 2008, you can find some exhibits out of the area. Some inhabitants donated pieces never seen before.No fee. edit
Laguna Encantada. The lagoon is located a few minutes north of San Andrés. The nature is undestroyed here. In the rain time the water level actually gets lower, and in the dry season it raises. On the first Friday of March the cave nearby is used for a ritual: The region gets blessed.edit
Estacíon de Biologia Tropical Los Tuxtlas (Los Tuxtlas Tropical Biology Station), Between Catemaco and Montepio. Do some exiting treks into the wilderness. Talk to one of the scientists if you can do so. Tourists are not very often here.edit
There is an ADO bus station in the city. It connects to all major and minor cities around. You can get to the beautiful, more touristic town Catemaco or to the harbour city Veracruz. Trips to Coatzacoalcos and Villahermosa are also available.
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