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The Symbol par Excellence that Distinguishes the Port of Tampico, La Jaiba (The Crab), Tamaulipas State, Mexico
The Symbol par Excellence that Distinguishes the Port of Tampico, La Jaiba (The Crab), Tamaulipas State, Mexico

Tamaulipas State Side A and B

Tamaulipas State Side A and B Chapter 01

 

Analysis of Mexico’s Travel Destinations by Franco Magno

 

 

Tamaulipas is raising. The present and the future are asking for its attention. Tamaulipas has a present date to be one of the biggest surprises in terms of tourist destinations in Mexico.

This way, that call is beginning to show up in reality. In recent years, the number of local and foreign visitors enjoying the different state’s points of attractions has been growing. And it couldn’t be otherwise.

A Sign that Proudly Shows the Name of the Puerto Jaibo, Tampico. Tamaulipas State, Mexico
A Sign that Proudly Shows the Name of the Puerto Jaibo, Tampico. Tamaulipas State, Mexico

Destinations such as the city and port of Tampico, its extensive coastal areas facing the Gulf of Mexico, the fantastic and exuberant area known as the “Huasteca,” which encompasses several states of Mexico, here in its Tamaulipas version doesn’t detract at all.

If that weren’t enough, we also have the charm of the historic heritage of the enigmatic and delicious magical villages of Mier and Tula, among other attractions.

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We definitely have a date in Tamaulipas. Let’s walk within the Magno Side A and B of the state of Tamaulipas.

 

Side A

 

Fascinating, historic, and splendid. One of the most beautiful A Magno sides of all Tamaulipas. The city and Port of Tampico. The banks of the “Pánuco” river attest to the beauty of this Tamaulipas destination.

A city ready to receive all kinds of tourists, be it leisure or business tourism. Wherever you look at it, this port is popularly known by the nickname “Puerto Jaibo” remains unscathed, waiting for explorers eager to discover their most precious jewels.

And what are those jewels? The Historic Center of Tampico, a real open-air architectural gallery, fascinating historic buildings that print their most beautiful marks in their visitors’ memories. Fantastic. Exquisite.

Complementing the Historic Center, we have the “Old Customs Building” (Edificio de la Antigua Aduana Marítima) built at the beginning of the 20s century, and the corridor made up of the municipalities of Tampico, Madero City, and Altamira.

The Symbol par Excellence that Distinguishes the Port of Tampico, La Jaiba (The Crab), Tamaulipas State, Mexico
The Symbol par Excellence that Distinguishes the Port of Tampico, La Jaiba (The Crab), Tamaulipas State, Mexico

The offer of points of interest continue with the “Laguna del Carpintero”, the “Canal de la Cortadura”, the lively “Plaza de la Libertad”, the “Tampiqueño” Fray Andrés de Olmos Park, the Tamaulipas “cenotes” (sinkholes; not only found in Yucatán State) located in the municipality of Aldama.

You will find for sure the municipality of Ciudad Madero attractive featuring its seductive beaches such as “Playa Miramar” and the Miramar breakwaters (Las Escolleras”) or also known as the “Malecón.”

The golden dunes in Ciudad Madero, too, the Miralta Lagoon, which is the natural wealth of the municipality of “El Mante,” the “El Cielo” biosphere reserve, etc.

Tamaulipas is great, isn’t it? Let me suggest you rent a car to drive in Tamaulipas.

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Side B

 

Being a state of considerable territorial proportions and geographical extensions, preparing to visit some of the tourist destinations of Tamaulipas lands will lead us to move by ground. One of the alternates B sides presented to motorists is the phenomenon of fog on state highways.

This is a weather phenomenon that drivers can experience when winter runs through the calendar days comprised of January and February in Mexico’s northeast states, such as Nuevo León and Tamaulipas.

So, it’s not too much my Magno friends to attend to the recommendations and general criteria that the federal authorities in security matters, such as the Federal Highway Police, issue to visitors who choose to travel on state highways on these dates.

Gulf of Mexico View at Miramar Beach in Ciudad Madero, adjacent to the Port of Tampico, Tamaulipas State, Mexico
Gulf of Mexico View at Miramar Beach in Ciudad Madero, adjacent to the Port of Tampico, Tamaulipas State, Mexico

Preferably travel Tamaulipas’ highways during the day, since visibility and security conditions are better than if you move at night.

Likewise, the services that the same authorities provide to passers-by are more readily available during daylight hours.

The Franco Magno Recommendation:

Magno recommendation to Tamaulipas with a must-observing character. Two of the most delicious delicacies that you can taste in Mexican lands are from Tamaulipas’ origin.

The so-called “Carne a la Tampiqueña, whose main ingredient is beef, accompanied by “Rajas” of “Chile Poblano” (Strips of Poblano Pepper), and “Panela” (Fresh and smooth) cheese presentation.

Besides, “The Tampiqueña” comes with “Frijoles Charros” prepared beans that contain garlic, onion, chili, bacon, among other ingredients, accompanied by “Totopos,” that is, pieces of fried tortilla.

The other gem of Tampico’s cuisine is the Tampico-style stuffed crab. It’s prepared with garlic, onion, celery, coriander, chili, and olive oil, lightly breaded. Several restaurants located throughout the Historic Center of Tampico can offer us such irresistible delicacies that are difficult to avoid trying.

Yet another Magno tip. The sunsets that take place in the “Edificio de la Antigua Aduana Marítima” built at the time called here in Mexico of the “Porfiriato” by the Mexican president Porfirio Díaz who ruled in the last years of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

That array of colors in the sky, those delicious moments that you can live there, deserve to be recorded on a camera. Do not miss them at all.

Cathedral of Tampico View Dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, Tamaulipas State, Mexico
Cathedral of Tampico View Dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, Tamaulipas State, Mexico

Moreover, there’s a place that truly settles in the popular memory and transcends the years with humor, mischief, and with an unmissable accent, “You can’t avoid visiting me.”

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The iconic Tampico’s restaurant “El Porvenir,” located in front of the municipal cemetery, it hands us a phrase for the eternal memory that they proudly boast on their menus, and that has transcended throughout history in Mexico.

“It’s better to stay here than in front of this place.” And the jocularity continues. They also illustrate the menus with a gravestone picture with the phrase “Here I am because I was in front of this graveyard.”

Nothing further from reality. Suppose you really want to reach the gastronomic heaven. In that case, the “El Porvenir” restaurant-bar located on Miguel Hidalgo Avenue will take you to heaven with its gastronomic, artistic creations in front of such an infamous and gloomy place, but when you be alive, not dead at all.

There’s nothing to fear. Don’t miss the great chance to have a marvelous culinary experience.

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