Acapulco International Film Festival (FICA)

Acapulco International Film Fest...

Costa Azul
  • LGBTQ-friendly
  • Cinema
  • Festival
Recommended for: Culture

Founded in 2005, the week-long Acapulco International Film Festival focuses on commercial cinema. In the past, actors like Sylvester Stallone, Antonio Banderas and Sophia Loren have participated. The 2015 edition was canceled.

Casa de la Cultura Acapulco, Costa Azul, Acapulco, Mexico

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Around since the 1980s, Suntory offers a traditional Tepanyaki menu and sushi. Meals are served in an elegant air-conditioned dining room or on a terrace overlooking a tranquil garden. It has a wine cellar...
  • Casual
  • Japanese
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El Cabrito

Now near the Convention Center,l Cabrito (little goat) first opened in 1963 on Hornos Beach, serving traditional and regional cuisine. The speciality of the house is grilled kid, which has been eaten in...
  • Steakhouse
  • Mexican
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Linda Vista

With a spectacular terrace, Linda Vista - Pretty View - lives up to its name and may very well live up to its claim of having the best view in Acapulco. Specializing in seafood and steaks, it does a lot of...
  • Seafood
  • International
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  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ-friendly
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Al Alebrije

After 15 years as one of Acapulco's most popular discos, Al Alebrije shut down suddenly a little over two years ago when its owners announced on Facebook they had got religion and were opening a family...
  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ-friendly
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  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ-friendly

The "Costera" is Acapulco's main road and tourist avenue, stretching in 12.2 kilometers (7.6 miles) along Acapulco Bay from west to east. Hotels and condominiums line the avenue, along with restaurants,...
  • Walking
  • Excursions

Under new management since 2014, El Rollo began as CICI in 1980 and offers fun for the whole family. Depending on what package (and level of activity) you choose, you can swim with dolphins, zoom down water...
  • Various
  • Water fun
  • Amusement Park

The Naval History Museum, formerly at Plaza Bahia, recalls the 250 years in which Acapulco was Mexico's main Pacific port from which trade with the Far East was conducted. It also has a workshop in building...
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Museum