22 Awesome Things To Do In Campeche In 2023 (With Videos)

So you are thinking of visiting Mexico’s Rainbow City? You’ll be happy to know that Campeche was one of the most memorable stops during our 70-day adventure throughout the Yucatan Peninsula! There are so many fantastic things to do in Campeche and the surrounding area that you will be sure to have a great time in this colorful and friendly city.

Campeche was the first of the Yucatan Peninsula’s famous colonial cities that we visited. And we have to say that we fell in love. We spent over two weeks discovering the wonderful attractions in this off-the-radar destination. We learned that Campeche is much more than the colorful UNESCO World Heritage downtown for which the city is famous. It is also the perfect base to experience all things Yucatecan – from gorgeous colonial buildings to epic Mayan ruins and beautiful cenotes!

This post will fill you in on all the unmissable things to do in Campeche. From essential stops inside the beautiful city center to off-the-beaten-path day trips, we share everything you need to start your adventure in one of the region’s best destinations.

Table Of Contents
  1. What To Know About Campeche, Mexico Before Visiting
  2. The 22 Best Things to Do In Campeche, Mexico
  3. Best Things To Do In Campeche's Historic Center
  4. What To Do In Campeche Outside The City Walls
  5. Epic Day Trips From Campeche, Mexico
  6. Where To Stay In Campeche?
  7. Final Thoughts: Is Campeche Worth Visiting?

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What To Know About Campeche, Mexico Before Visiting

What Is Campeche Best Known For?

San Francisco de Campeche, or simply Campeche, is famous for its beautiful city center. The colorful colonial buildings are responsible for its perfect nickname – the Rainbow City. Designated as a UNESCO world heritage site, Campeche is also known for the walled fortress surrounding the historic center and its pirate-infested history.

But don’t make the mistake of thinking that Campeche is just a cute colonial town. It is also the capital of the state of Campeche, and those that go beyond the touristic center will discover a city filled with authentic local life.

Add to that the surrounding area filled with epic day trip opportunities, and you have a perfect place to get away from the Yucatan Peninsula’s more developed destinations. Campeche is still being overlooked as a tourist destination, so visit before the word gets out!

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Is Campeche Safe For Tourists?

The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the safest regions in all of Mexico, and Campeche is definitely no exception. We asked our walking-tour guide about safety in Campeche – he literally told us that we could be out at 2 am dancing in the middle of the street with all of our camera gear and nothing would happen to us.

While we didn’t test his theory, we definitely got the vibe that Campeche is a relaxed and extremely safe seaside town. You don’t need to take any extra precautions when visiting Campeche.

How Many Days Do You Need In Campeche?

3 or 4 full days is a good amount of time to see Campeche’s most important sites. This also gives you the flexibility to go on a couple of day trips to beautiful Mayan ruins or nearby beaches.

3 days may not seem like a lot of time, but many of the best things to do in Campeche are easy to explore on the same day. Especially the attractions in the old city.

How To Get To Campeche?

Getting to Campeche by bus:

Honestly speaking, Campeche isn’t the most convenient place to get to. It is located on the opposite side of the peninsula from many of the Yucatan’s more popular destinations like Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum.

That said, making the track to Campeche is a doable and worthwhile adventure.

Getting to Campeche by plane:

The closest international airport to Campeche is located in Merida, though you will find it more difficult to find convenient flights to Merida than to the region’s largest airport – Cancun International Airport.

The 22 Best Things to Do In Campeche, Mexico

This post is organized into the following sections to help you easily plan your Campeche itinerary:

  • Best Things To Do In Campeche’s Historic Center
  • What To Do In Campeche Outside The City Walls
  • Perfect Day Trips From Campeche

Best Things To Do In Campeche’s Historic Center

1. Wander Through The Colorful Streets Of Campeche’s Old City

Campeche, Mexico Rainbow City
  • Price: free!
  • Hours: you can access the historic center 24 hours day, but it has the most energy after 5 pm.
  • Time needed: 1 – 2 hours.
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

Inside the walled fortress is Campeche’s pastel-colored historic center. The old city is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which helps fund the maintenance of Campeche’s beautiful colonial buildings. The UNESCO designation also ensures that no two buildings next to each other are the same color. Because that just wouldn’t be ‘rainbowy’ enough.

The colonial vibes in Campeche are strong! So wandering around the colorful streets while admiring the historic buildings is one of the essential things to do in Campeche. Beautiful churches and cathedrals dot the old city, and colorful colonial homes make everything unbelievably photogenic. We promise you won’t be able to resist taking your camera out to capture all the picture-perfect buildings!

WOTW Tip: Calle 59 (59th Street) has arguably the most impressive and well-maintained colonial buildings in Campeche’s old city.

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2. Watch Life Pass By At Campeche’s Independence Square

Parque Principal What To Do In Campeche
  • Price: free to visit!
  • Hours: open 34 hours, but more active in the late afternoons.
  • Time needed: 30 – 60 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 3.5/5

As far as central squares go, Independence Square (Plaza de la Independencia) isn’t the most vibrant. But it is still a great base to start exploring some of Campeche’s most important attractions. It is also a relaxed spot to sit back and watch life pass by for a little while.

Like all good central squares in Mexico, Independence Square is lined with cozy park benches. We recommend grabbing a seat to admire the plaza’s historic surroundings and watch the children chasing pigeons. Keep your eyes peeled for the ‘marquesita’ cart so you can munch on one of the Yucatan’s favorite street foods while soaking up the vibes.

Once you are done relaxing in Independence Square, head over to the next place on this list of things to do in Campeche – Centro Cultural Casa No. 6.

3. Get A Glimpse Of Campeche’s Opulent Past At Centro Cultural Casa No. 6

Best Things To Do In Campeche Centro Cultural No. 6
  • Price: 20 MXP ($1 US).
  • Hours: 9 am – 8:30 pm.
  • Time needed: 30 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

Facing Plaza de la Independencia is Centro Cultural Casa No. 6, a restored mansion from Campeche’s glory days. Enter this beautiful old home to go back in time and see how Campeche’s elites lived during the city’s glory years.

This gorgeous mansion features a beautiful courtyard with the obligatory fountain, colonial-era furniture and artwork. You can also see what the kitchens would have looked like in the 18th century and how they used different native plants to make their cookware. Cool!

Just a heads up, following local traditions, family members that resided in the house were buried in the garden next to the kitchen. Maybe the house is haunted!?

WOTW Tip: ask for the guided tour or stop by on this highly-rated walking tour of Campeche to get the most out of your experience.

4. Enter The Beautiful Santa Iglesia Cathedral

Best Things To Do In Campeche Mexico Cathedral
  • Price: free.
  • Hours: 7 am – 9 pm.
  • Time needed: 15 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

The most iconic building in Campeche’s old city is the beautiful cathedral. This old cathedral is officially known as Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Inmaculada Concepción Santa Iglesia Catedral. What a mouth full! We’ll just call her Santa Iglesia – which translates to St. Church. Perfect…

Santa Iglesia technically does not fit the definition of a cathedral. It’s too small and doesn’t have the cross-shaped floor plan typical of cathedrals. Nevertheless, it is still a great spot to pop in to appreciate the elegant decorations. Also, make sure to pass by at night to admire it when fully illuminated.

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5. Climb On Top Of Campeche’s Fortified Walls

Campeche Mexico City Walls
  • Price: 15 MXP ($0.75 US).
  • Hours: 9 am – 9 pm.
  • Time needed: 1 – 2 hours.
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

The Spanish colonial city of Campeche was under attack from pirates for centuries! Eventually they convinced the motherland (Spain) to construct a fortress around the city to protect it from the constant threat from these rotten scoundrels. Ironically, the construction of the beautiful fort coincided with the end of the golden age of piracy.

But while the fortress was never valuable for deterring pirates, it is still a great place to walk around while visiting Campeche. You have views of the historic center from the top of the city walls. No visit to the Rainbow City is complete without climbing these walls, so make sure to check it out when you are in Campeche!

  • Location: there’s someone selling tickets to climb the old fortress walls at Puerta de Tierra.

WOTW Tip #1: try not to visit during the middle of the day when the sun is at its peak. It gets so hot in Campeche, and there is little relief from the sun on top of the city walls.

WOTW Tip #2: don’t forget to ring the bell! It’s totally fine to ring the bell to announce that you have conquered the city. Or to announce to the attendant that you are ready to leave.

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6. Go On A Walking Tour To Learn All About Campeche’s Amazing History

Things to do in Campeche walking tour
  • Price: $20 US.
  • Hours: 6 pm – 8 pm.
  • Time needed: 2 hours.
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

Overwhelmed by all of the historical sights in Campeche’s old city? Consider taking a guided tour through the historic downtown!

We had a wonderful time exploring Campeche on the guided walking tour. The guide is friendly and well-informed, and they can help you explore a number of the most important things to do in Campeche while also giving historical context along the way. It’s a total win!

7. Learn About Campeches Pirate-Infested History At The Palace Museum

Palace Museum Campeche Mexico
Guard dogs protecting the museums exhibits.
  • Price: free.
  • Hours: 10 am – 5 pm; closed Mondays.
  • Time needed: 1 hour.
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

I don’t know about you, but there’s something about pirates that fascinate me. If you can’t get enough of these dastardly criminals of the high seas, then definitely add Museo El Palacio (Palace Museum) to your Campeche itinerary.

This museum goes into how piracy and colonialism shaped Campeche’s history. The exhibits feature old pirate weapons, replicas of their ships, and beautiful artwork. And like many of the best things to do in Campeche, visiting this awesome museum is totally free! And it is air-conditioned. #bonuspoints

8. Take A Break From Walking And Ride Campeche’s Trolly (Tranvia)

  • Price: 100 mxp ($5 US).
  • Hours: 12 – 7 pm.
  • Time needed: 60 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

Wondering what to do in Campeche to escape the heat? Hop on the trolly bus to explore the city with the breeze blowing through your hair! We think these bus tours are underrated ways to see the city and learn a bit of history.

Campeche’s tranvia (trolly) gets you off your feet for a while as you cruise through parts of the city you may have missed otherwise. The 60-minute excursion takes you along the ‘malecon’ (waterfront promenade) and the Santa Ana neighborhood. It also stops in front of the famous Iglesia San Roman (St. Roman Church). This church is home to a rare Italian crucifix featuring a black Jesus.

WOTW Tip: the information provided during the tour is in both English and Spanish, but it’s pretty difficult to hear with the sounds of the road and people talking. Your best bet is to enjoy the views and invent your own pirate history! ‘Look! That was Blackbeard’s favorite taco joint!’

9. Grab A Cold Beer At Campeche’s Best Cantina

Things to do in Campeche go to a cantina
  • Price: local beers are about $1.50 US.
  • Hours: 11 am – 9 pm; best time to be there for live music is between 3 – 5 pm.
  • Time needed: up to you. The more you drink the better the free snacks get 🙂
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

We have a soft spot for Mexico’s cantinas. Something about the no-frills charm and traditional music made us feel like we were immersing ourselves in an authentic part of a foreign culture. Conveniently for us, this aspect of Mexican culture involves ice cold beers and ‘free’ bar snacks!

Salon Rincon Colonial was one of our favorite cantinas in the Yucatan Peninsula! Go to cool down after checking out the historic center and enjoy the ‘botanas’ (free bar snacks) that come with every order. Level up your experience by asking the singers to serenade you with their favorite mariachi classics!

10. Keep The Party Going On Calle 59 (59th Street)

Things to do in Campeche Calle 59
  • Price: drink prices vary.
  • Hours: the outdoor seating starts to fill up after sundown; some places stay open until 3 am!
  • Time needed: your call drunky pants!
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

One of the best things to do in Campeche is to enjoy the festive atmosphere on Calle 59. This street is lined with bars and restaurants, so you can easily find a place to enjoy a night out. Whether you’re looking for a place to dance the night away or just relax with a few drinks, Calle 59 is the perfect spot to wind down after a day of exploring the city’s historical sites!

11. Shop For Artisanal Products & Traditional Clothing At Casa Tukulna

Casa Tukulna Campeche Mexico
  • Price: vary.
  • Hours: 9 am – 8 pm.
  • Time needed: 30 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

Casa Tukulna is one of the prettiest shops we visited in the Peninsula. The shop showcases beautiful handicrafts, colorful hammocks, handmade Panama hats, traditional clothing, and more. The items are super high-quality and therefore more expensive than you might find in the local market.

Beware, this shop is very charming. Don’t blame us if you end up buying more than you came in for!

What To Do In Campeche Outside The City Walls

12. Try Some Traditional Campechano Foods

Traditional Food In Campeche
  • Price: vary.
  • Hours: 7 pm – 12 am; many restaurants are closed Mondays.
  • Time needed: 60 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

One of the best places to try regional Yucatecan food is Los Portales de San Francisco. Relax in the large outdoor seating area while relaxing with live music and the refreshing ocean breeze. Be sure to try some local favorites like panuchos or meriendas!

WOTW Tip: head to Marganazo Restaurant inside the city walls to try ‘queso de bola.’ This stuffed cheese dish is one of Campeche’s most iconic foods!

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13. Try Unique Ice Creams At La Brocha (But Avoid The Cheese Ice Cream)

  • Price: $2.75 per cone.
  • Hours: 12 pm – 11pm; closed Mondays.
  • Time needed: N/A
  • WOTW rating: 1.5/5 for the cheese ice cream.

La Brocha is somewhat of an institution in Campeche. They are known for their unique ice cream flavors, most notably ‘queso de bola.’ This cheese-flavored ice cream has actual bits of Dutch cheese in it. WHY???

I was hoping that the cheese ice cream would somehow be surprisingly delicious. But it tasted aggressively like cheese. But even if the cheese ice cream at La Brocha wasn’t the greatest, the other flavors are!

14. Enjoy Sunset From Campeche’s Beautiful Malecon

Campeche Mexico Malecon
  • Price: free!
  • Hours: check for sunset times.
  • Time needed: 1 hour.
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

The malecon – or waterfront promenade – is an essential aspect of coastal towns throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. The best time to enjoy this comfortable spot is during one of the city’s beautiful sunsets. Trust us, you don’t want to forget to add this to your list of things to do in Campeche.

The malecon comes to life around sunset time. Walk around to admire the beautiful monuments as you watch the sun melt into the Gulf of Mexico. Upgrade your experience by stopping by La Brocha to grab an ice cream before heading to the waterfront. Because ice cream makes everything better!

15. Join Fellow Travellers At The Malecon’s Nightly Laser Show

Campeche Mexico Lightshow
  • Price: free!
  • Hours: the light show happens everyday around 8 pm.
  • Time needed: 30 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 3/5

An excellent way to compliment your nighttime stroll on Campeche’s malecon is to check out the nightly light show. To be sure, this isn’t one of the most epic things to do in Campeche, but the displays of lasers and choreographed fountains are nicely done. If you aren’t sure what to do in Campeche at night, why not stop by the light show?

16. Visit Fort San Miguel For Beautiful Views & Mayan History

Things To Do In Campeche Fort San Miguel
  • Price: 60 MXP ($3 US).
  • Hours: 8 am – 5 pm; closed Mondays.
  • Time needed: 1 hour.
  • WOTW rating: 4/5

Like many things in the Yucatan Peninsula, the Campeche Archeological museum showcases the region’s Mayan and Spanish influences. Climb to the top of San Miguel Fort to see sweeping views of Campeche and the Gulf of Mexico.

Once you are done trying to spot pirates from the fort, you can enter the museum to find exhibits featuring Mayan art and other items. Many of the artifacts were brought from Calakmul, the most important Mayan city in what is now the Yucatan Peninsula. Highlights include jade funeral masks and well-preserved statues of Mayan gods.

17. Explore Campeche’s Frenetic Local Market

Campeche Mexico Local market
  • Price: free to explore.
  • Hours: 6 am – 8 pm.
  • Time needed: 30 – 60 minutes.
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

Campeche’s local market is the first we visited that wasn’t geared to tourists. And we mean that in the best way possible! Mercado Campeche has everything you could ever want from a local Mexican market. Get lost to find local food stands selling Campeche’s favorite ‘trancas’ (large sandwiches), colorful produce and rows of fresh meats.

While it is not as massive as the market we explored while visiting Merida, Mercado Campeche is still beautiful chaos. Visit in the morning when Campechanos head there for breakfast to get the fully energized experience.

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18. Explore The Incredible Mayan City Of Edzna

things to do in Campeche explore Edzna
  • Price: 80 MXP ($4 US); 500 MXP for the guided tour ($25 US).
  • Hours: 8 am – 5 pm.
  • Time needed: 2 – 3 hours (+ 45 minute drive, each way).
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

We freaking loved Edzna! It is easily one of our favorite Mayan cities that we visited during our trip. And it’s not because it’s more affordable and less busy than many other Mayan ruins (though those factors definitely contribute our feelings).

The real reason why we love Edzna is that it is amazing! You can understand the incredible ingenuity of the ancient Mayans by witnessing the astonishing acoustics between the main temple and the giant courtyard. See intricate carvings of the sun god, and climb the beautiful structures around the temple for unforgettable views across the ancient city. We think Edzna is a must-visit when coming to Campeche!

WOTW Tip: the best way to get to Edzna is with the colectivo bus. You’ll have to wait until the bus fills up before it leaves, but it is a convenient and very affordable option for getting to Edzna.

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19. Make The Trip To Calakmul: The Most Epic Mayan City In Mexico

Calakmul Campeche Mexico
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  • Price: 200 MXP ($10 US); 700 MXP for a guided tour ($35).
  • Hours: 8 am – 5 pm.
  • Time needed: 12 – 14 hours (includes 4.5 hour drive, each way)!
  • WOTW rating: N/A

The city of Calakmul was one of the largest and most important in the history of the ancient Mayas. It is a jewel of the Yucatan’s famous Mayan ruins. But there’s a catch. Calakmul is located in the middle of the Yucatan jungle!

Calakmul is a 4.5 hour drive from Campeche. Check out this guided tour from Campeche if you want to sleep on the bus instead of renting a car and figuring it out for yourself. The price includes transport, admission, and a guided tour.

You may not find a better time to explore Calakmul than when you are visiting Campeche. While the more relaxed option would be to spend a night in Xpujil, it is entirely possible to make the trip to Calakmul from Campeche.

20. Discover The Stunning Miguel Colorado Eco-Park

Miguel Colorado Campeche Cenote
  • Price: 300 MXP ($15 US).
  • Hours: 8 am – 5 pm.
  • Time needed: 2 – 4 hours (+ 1.5 hour drive, each way).
  • WOTW rating: 5/5

Want to take a day trip into the Yucatecan jungle to see families of howler monkeys and zipline 300 feet over a cenote? Of course you do! I’m pretty sure I completely blacked out during the ziplining – which you can admire in the video below. Good times!

Miguel Colorado was one of the most memorable experiences from our 70-day adventure throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. Beyond ziplining, the eco-park also includes kayaking in an open cenote and a jungle hike in the ticket price.

Do you love cenotes? Us too! Check out our post about 15 perfect (and swimmable) cenotes near Merida!

It felt like we had discovered a little piece of paradise that nobody else knew about. We were among only a handful of people at the entire park and swam and kayaked in a cenote that we had all to ourselves. Visiting Miguel Colorado is, without a doubt, one of the best things to do in Campeche!

WOTW Tip: while there apparently is a small restaurant at the eco-park, it is only open when it gets busy (in the weekends). Bring some snacks and plenty of water, especially if you are visiting during the week.

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21. See How Locals Craft Panama Hats In Caves In The Town Of Becal

Image source: Canva
  • Price: the hats can range in price from $30 – $300 US, depending on the quality of the fiber.
  • Time needed: 1 – 3 hours (+ 1.5 hour drive, each way).

Yes, you read that headline correctly. The town of Becal is famous for making some of the world’s best Panama hats, and they make them inside of caves! The climate inside the caves makes the fibers more elastic and easier to work with.

If you are looking for things to do in Campeche that are beyond the obvious, then taking the 75-minute drive from Campeche to Becal might be exactly what you are looking for!

22. Relax On The Beaches Of Isla Aguada

Isla Aguadas Campeche
Image source: Canva
  • Time needed: 1.5 hour drive from Campeche.
  • WOTW rating: N/A

Exploring the Gulf of Mexico’s virgin beaches is one of the best things to do in Campeche. While Playa Bonita near Campeche is suitable if you just want a convenient beach outing, the beaches farther south will reward you with their less commercial appeal.

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You can also take a boat trip through the lagoon to spot dolphins and various species of seabirds. Who doesn’t love a good seabird!?

The town of Isla Aguada is also one of Mexico’s ‘Pueblos Magicos,’ and it is famous for its 100-year-old lighthouse and friendly locals!

Where To Stay In Campeche?

You shouldn’t be surprised that this beautiful colonial city has an abundance of incredible places to stay. Pick your favorite colonial hotel from the highest-rated accommodations below to upgrade your trip to Campeche!

Campeche’s Luxurious High-End Hotels:

  • Hacienda Puerta Campeche (A Marriott Property): Known as Campeche’s most luxurious hotel, this beautiful property is a restored 17th-century mansion and features a pool built across 3 houses that has to be seen to be believed!
  • Hotel Boutique Casa Don Gustavo: exceptionally designed boutique hotel with original artwork and furniture. The elegant colonial building is in the middle of Campeche’s historic center.

Beautiful Mid-range Hotels In Campeche, Mexico:

  • Casa de Zari B&B: charming colonial-style hotel located a short walk from Campeche’s center.
  • Hotel Plaza Colonial: beautiful colonial hotel located right in the center of the old city. The property features colorful rooms and a swimming pool.

Best Lodging Options In Campeche For Budget Travelers:

  • Hotel Malecon: comfortable hotel located slightly outside of the center. The hotel has a pool and relaxing garden.
  • Hotel Edzna: a cozy and affordable hotel with tons of character.

WOTW Note: we travel long-term, so we look for places with a kitchen and space to work. This helps us save money while we are on the road.

Take a look at our Airbnb in Campeche, Mexico! It wasn’t luxurious, but it was spacious, comfortable and conveniently located.

Final Thoughts: Is Campeche Worth Visiting?

With its beautiful colonial architecture and charming atmosphere, Campeche is definitely worth visiting. In fact, we give our Campeche experience a million stars.

The people in this wonderful city are amazing, it has a nice relaxed vibe, and there are so many incredible things to do in Campeche! There aren’t many better places to experience a picture-perfect colonial city, epic Mayan ruins and off-the-beaten-path adventures.

So whether you’re looking for culture, history, or adventure, Campeche has it all. We hope you love the Rainbow City as much as we did!

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