Hotel Buena Vista

Address: Calle El Escribano and Avenida Mirador, Copan, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle El Escribano and Avenida Mirador, Copan.
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  • Swimming pool


  • Free parking

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Buena Vista Copan

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Travel Blogs from Copan

Copan and San Pedro

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 27, 2014

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I also learned that Mayans believed that when they died they would be transformed (reborn) into butterflies. I went on a nature trail and saw many exotic butterflies, some less elusive lizards, and later, a poisonous caterpillar. The residences were in different batches and there replicas of the tombs. After finishing in the main site I went to see Las Sepulturas (2km past the ticket ...

Ruins were very good, :)

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on May 21, 2014

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... we have really enjoyed our trips to all the Mayan ruins and this was our last one to visit. Heading back to town we had a rest then planned our exit and next place to stay. Wayne found us a place in La Ceiba on the Carribbean coast town and we booked our departure bus for 6am, eeeekkkkk these people all start off early. Reason being I think is that no buses like running late in the evening so they plan trips to get to the destinations before it is late and less ...

Bye Guatemala

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 18, 2014

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... but several cars were being. Not sure what the police were looking for. We stopped off for lunch at a brand new shopping complex, in the middle of the mountains - surrounded by nothing. Random. There was a supermarket, so bought an apple and a pineapple empanada! Around 3pm we reached the border. A quick stamp out of Guatemala and we had to walk across the border. I have no idea why you are always made to walk across borders. Africa, Asia, it's all the same - ...

Fingering A Bald Parrot

A travel blog entry by doove on Mar 05, 2014

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... to talk about for Santa Rosa De Copan and then Copan Ruinas as they were small little quaint towns, with a few tourists and not many tramps. I was probably the biggest one.

The reason I had gone there though was to visit the last of the Mayan Ruin sites – Copan. I’d been to a lot and wasn’t expecting anything great by this point, but it was still a supposed highlight and seemed the obvious place to break up the long travel to the ...

Copan Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by deni367 on Mar 03, 2014

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It took 3 chicken buses to get to Copan ruins, which are confusingly enough in a town that bares the same name. Finally got there, ready to shower and see the ruins. I booked my bus for the next day and set my alarm for an early start to the ruins. There is really very little to do in Copan town, so I didn't want to stay longer than one night.

I walked to the ruins with two guys from the ...