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Touring Cozumel

Touring Cozumel

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WALKING TOUR OF COZUMEL

There’s not much to see on a walking tour other than Punta Langosta Mall. Just across the street from the cruise pier, the mall has stylish architecture reminiscent of fashionable stateside malls (it reminds us a bit of Downtown Disney in Orlando). You’ll find upscale souvenir and luxury shops, the popular bars Carlos ‘n’ Charlie’s and Señor Frog’s, and a Burger King. While the Punta Langosta Mall offers a secure experience, you’ll get a better taste of the town by taking a short stroll or cab ride five blocks north to Muelle Fiscal, the town’s central plaza. A six-block area has been converted to a pedestrian mall, featuring many restaurants, shops, and a large souvenir and crafts market. Three blocks farther north on Avenida Rafael Melgar is the island’s museum, Museo de la Isla de Cozumel ($4 admission), which features two floors filled with archeological and ecological exhibits and a very popular rooftop restaurant (Del Museo). Most tourist-oriented restaurants and shops are clustered along a ten-block stretch of Avenida Rafael Melgar between Punta Langosta on the south and the museum on the north. However, if you’re bargain-hunting, the shops on the side streets and a block inland may offer better deals.

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Top Photo Slice: (℗ 53402) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



Comments:

  • enverm on 03/10/2017 at 10:22:17 pm EST says:

    RE: Photo Slice for Cozumel 3

    Need to update reference to "Downtown Disney" to "Disney Springs"



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