The stunning attractions of Orizaba, Veracruz begin at the Casona 142 Curamoria Collection hotel. From there, there are beautiful sites to discover. Enjoy pleasant walks where you can visit the Orizaba Cable Car, the EcoPark Cerro del Borrego, the Iron Palace, the Museum of Mexican Hospitality, the Polifórum Mier y Pesado, among other entertainment options.
Teleferico de la ciudad de Orizaba
Located five minutes on foot from our hotel, this cable car leaves the heart of the city and goes up to Cerro del Borrego.
City cable car with an incredible view of the entire city; it departs from the heart of the city and travels to the Cerro del Borrego, where you'll find museums and extreme sports such as hiking and zip-lining.
Poliforum Mier y Pesado
Imposing castle, where you can enjoy the architecture or take a walk through its gardens.
The architecture of this attraction, which was inaugurated in 1944, resembles that of a castle as a whole with its vast gardens, trees and shrubs with figures and a stunning fountain, making it one of the most beautiful places in Orizaba. You can visit the Museo Francisco Gabilondo Soler, the Museo Orizaba Ayer y Hoy, the Museo del Traje, the Sala de las Casitas and eight restaurants.
Museo de la Hotelería Mexicana
Located in Orizaba, Veracruz, the Museum of Mexican Hospitality pays homage to the finest aspects of the country's hotel industry, taking visitors on a captivating journey through various eras.
In Orizaba, Veracruz, the Museum of Mexican Hospitality pays homage to the finest aspects of Mexico's hotel industry, taking visitors on a captivating journey through different historical eras. Step inside to witness a faithful recreation of a 19th-century front desk, a bar reminiscent of the 1960s, and explore the various room designs that reflect different moments in Mexican history.
Cerro del Borrego
Immerse yourself in the tranquility of this cloud forest and embrace its natural wonders. Wander along its trails, take in breathtaking views of the Pico de Orizaba from its lookout points, try exhilarating zip-lining, and make sure to visit the Site Museum.
Immerse yourself in tranquility and nature as you explore the cloud forest. Take a stroll along its trails, marvel at the Pico de Orizaba from various viewpoints, experience the thrill of zip-lining, and visit the Site Museum and the Geographic Museum of Orizaba. Additionally, you can witness a recreation of the historic battle between the Mexican and French armies, which took place at the preserved Fort on this site in 1864.