Called the Acapulco International Center, this is an impressive
complex of 34 acres with prehispanic reminiscences in
its extensive interior. It is home to several theaters
such as the Nezahualcoyotl, the Juan Ruiz de Alarcon; the impressive
Teotihuacán Hall; the Aztec Plaza where the fabulous show
of theFlyers of Papantla is presented, along with several restaurants,
meeting rooms and even a discotheque.
At both the international and national levels, this Convention
Center has been witness to great and famous events, exhibitions,
concerts of all types of music, seminars and hundredths of fairs
and expositions. All of these activities have made this spot
one of the most important attractions in Acapulco.
A busy place where conventions take place,
large television shows are staged and taped, this is the home
of the Acapulco Symphonic Orchestra and the famous Acapulco Music
Festival. The vast garden
areas boast a large variety of tropical plants and palms.
The entrance has an attractive water fountain display and there
is a tourist assistance office on the premises.
There is a wonderful Mexican Fiesta Folklore Show here that
includes a marvelous display of regional dancers, lively music
and fascinating Indian shows. Fun family entertainment.