Discover the beautiful walled city of Campeche! (VIDEO)

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Today we will take you to one of the forts, we will eat delicious comida Yucateca, and we will take a stroll into one of Campeche’s many museums. The city of Campeche has been a complete shock to us. The beautiful buildings, kind people, incredible food, and fascinating history make it one of our favorite cities in all of Mexico!

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Top things to see in Campeche that we visited in this video:
Fuerte de San Miguel
Restaurante Bastiones
Plaza Principal
El Palacio Central Cultural

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