Veracruz is a port famous for the warmth of its people, this state, located in the Gulf Coast of Mexico, hosts a historic port city, three magical towns and great archaeological sites of the Olmec, Totonac and Huastec cultures.

Talk of Veracruz, the mexican state with the longest coastline on the Gulf of Mexico, is to speak of joy, music, dance, magic and witchcraft. It is located east of the country and neighboring Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosi, Hidalgo, Puebla, Oaxaca, Chiapas and Tabasco. The climate varies by region and ranges from hot and humid on the coast to very cold in the mountains.

Favorable conditions made possible, since early times, the development of important cultures like the Olmec, Huastec and Totonac, bequeathed sites like El Tajin, San Lorenzo, Tres Zapotes and Quiahuiztlán, among others. The conquest of the region began with the founding in 1519 of the Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz by Hernan Cortes. Already in the separate step, the port of Veracruz was the scene of historic resistance to the invading forces.

Veracruz is a land of beautiful colonial cities such as Cordoba; population with rich traditions such as Papantla and Tlacotalpan, other full of magic as Catemaco and Isla de los monos, and some cities with great cultural activity, such as Xalapa. There are also coffee plantations of lush surroundings; natural wonders such as waterfalls, lakes, rivers and the beautiful coastline of the Costa Esmeralda. The festivals abound throughout the year and are bright and colorful, reaching its highest point with the carnival, famous throughout the world; and if to this is added its excellent cuisine, then we have an exceptional state.