San Pedro Sula

What is San Pedro Sula known for?


past decades

in the West part of the city. Many areas on the East side have been growing very rapidly in the past decades. The road to La Lima has become a major commercial area. San Pedro Sula is divided into neighborhoods such as Chamelecón. Some are named by residential developments or subdivisions. There is a recent trend in San Pedro Sula of enclosing neighborhoods into gated communities (gated community). Educational institutions Colleges and universities


great people

am price $1.50 beer content Open from Wednesday to Saturday ! drink specials with Honduran traditional liquors ! Conveniently located off of avenida circunvalacion, Great music and great people make for an even greater party in this cozy little bar. * Wikipedia:San Pedro Sula Dmoz:Regional Central_America Honduras Localities San_Pedro_Sula Commons:Category:San Pedro Sula


modern sporting

sporting teams and events. In 1997 it became the first, and only to date, non-capital city to host the Central American Games. The games, though full of scandal, Wikipedia:San Pedro Sula Dmoz:Regional Central_America Honduras Localities San_Pedro_Sula Commons:Category:San Pedro Sula


international events

or in nationals but also at international events. An annual marathon sponsored by Diario La Prensa is hosted in the city. Motorcross is also practiced in the city. The Olimpic complex has hosted motorbike and ATV racing. Endurance drives up the Merendón mountains are usually organized. C.D. Marathón Club Deportivo Marathón, as it is officially known, is more commonly known as just Marathón. It was founded on 25 November 1925 in San Pedro Sula by Eloy


international appearances

name "rsssf" After a further ten appearances in friendly games, the only victory coming against his birth nation Trinidad and Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago national football team), he played seven of Canada's eight games at the 1985 CONCACAF Championship; they finished above Honduras and Costa Rica national


good variety

and Honduran versions. Another great option only found in San Pedro Sula is Power Chicken, the most popular location right in front of the City Mall. Here you can try familiar food with a Honduran twist. Very good and very cheap *'''Don Udos'''. Don Udos is located on Boulevard Morazon a few blocks up from the Circunvalacion. A favorite amongst foreigners it has a good variety of international dishes and a good variety of wine. Meal prices: US$8 to US$15 *'''Arnie's Diner and Grill''', is located on 7


quot manufacturing

the effects of Hurricane Mitch (effects of Hurricane Mitch in Honduras), Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Latin America; around San Pedro Sula, banana production (Banana production in Honduras) has not fully recovered, and "manufacturing has all but dried up."


religious supporting

soccer stadiums. The Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano is located in the Villa Olímpica and is the largest in the country with a capacity of 42,000. The Estadio Francisco Morazán is located in the center of the city and holds 23,000 people. The stadiums are home to San Pedro Sula's most popular professional soccer teams Marathón (C.D. Marathón) and Real CD España. Because of the stadiums, training facilities, and an almost religious supporting fan base, San Pedro Sula has become the home


water free

near two major malls, business centers and other shopping. Offers very comfortable rooms from USD 45.00 to USD 70.00. Includes a c, hot water, free wi-fi, cable tv, covered private parking, and personal safe in room. Transportation available to from airport shuttle and tours. *


significant contemporary

for its wealth of Spanish Colonial architecture. The central square has a cathedral with the oldest clock in the Americas. Wikipedia:San Pedro Sula Dmoz:Regional Central_America Honduras Localities San_Pedro_Sula Commons:Category:San Pedro Sula

San Pedro Sula

'''San Pedro Sula''' ( south of Puerto Cortés on the Caribbean Sea. With an estimated population of one million in the main municipality, and 1,445,598 in its metro area (2010), it is the second largest city, after the capital Tegucigalpa. It is the capital of the Cortés Department.

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