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Trujillo offers its visitors a travel experience rich in Spanish-Caribbean history. The town has a colonial look and feel while offering several adventurous activities in Campo del Mar Nature Park including snorkeling, ziplining, and horseback riding.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Explore the colonial part of town in Trujillo’s Parque Central, where you’ll find several Spanish and French colonial-era buildings including the 19th century Cathedral and the Fortaleza Santa Bárbara, a 17th century Spanish Fortress that was built to protect Trujillo from Pirate Bay attacks and most notably where the failed North American conqueror, William Walker was executed.
As part of the Honduran Caribbean coast, Trujillo naturally offers a wide variety of seafood dishes. You can find conch ceviche, a seafood dish unique to Trujillo. Get a taste of casaba, the traditional Garifuna bread made from yucca and enjoy a variety of delicious seafood platters.
The local currency in Trujillo is the Lempira. Credit cards are widely accepted.
Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.