The business capital of the southeast.
RUIZ CORTINEZ S/N, TABASCO 2000, VILLAHERMOSA, TABASCO 86000
La Venta Museum Park is an open-air museum located in the city of Villahermosa in the State of Tabasco, that holds one of the largest collections of pieces belonging to the Olmec culture, discovered in the pre-Hispanic city of La Venta. This site was designed, organized and assembled by the Tabascan poet Carlos Pellicer, its inauguration took place on March 4, 1958, and is the only outdoor museum in Latin America.
CARRETERA A RANCHERIA LAS BARRANCAS, RANCHERIA LAS BARRANCAS, VILLAHERMOSA, TABASCO 86000
Yumka 'is a Center for Interpretation and Coexistence with Nature that has been serving the public for 23 years. One of its objectives is to promote non-formal environmental education activities, that is, to transmit knowledge, skills and environmental values outside the institutional education system, which entails the adoption of positive attitudes towards the natural and social environment.
CARRETERA A COMALCALCO, COMALCALCO, TABASCO
The landscapes surrounding Villahermosa are by lush vegetation and water bodies, with main streets and avenues are flowering trees that explode in color in the spring, in addition to its various parks that enhance the beauty of the environment, among those most lacking is Thomas Park located Garrido, gunpowder, Parque Juarez, Manuel Mestre and Peace Park, the first two, with a considerable expanse of green areas that are embellished further with the peace and quiet of the lakes.
TAPIJULAPA, TABASCO 86000
Just an hour and a half from the state capital of Tabasco, Villahermosa, there are houses painted white with red roofs, balconies always full of flowers and cobbled streets that wind up to be lost in the vegetation of the hill: it is Tapijulapa, Pueblo Magico protected by Waterfalls and gardens.
CARRETEA FRONTERA A JONUTA KM 12.5, CENTLA, TABASCO
The Swamps of Centla are an extension of lowlands and wetlands, declared like protected area with category of Biosphere Reserve; Is located in the Mexican state of Tabasco and is the largest wetland in North America and one of the 15 most important wetlands in the world.