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El Palacio de Hierro, Orizaba

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TripAdvisor
  • The place, the environment and the flavors are excellent, but could be a perfect place if the service change, I believe than the waiters need some trainee, they are not use to have a 5 start service  more »
  • If you visit Orizaba you will not miss this iron palace, the entrance is for free and you can take a good coffee over there. Gustave Eiffel did a great job  more »
  • We went for a beer and some music at one of the coffeeshops. There were a lot of people just hanging out, having fun. Cool, relaxed place that's definitely worth seeing.  more »
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  • This is a great tourist attraction! This landmark used to be a gift from France, and it still is! It has a lot of museums, including a science museum, and a great coffee shop. It is a beautiful building! Overall 5 stars.
  • Beautiful building and lots of little things to do.
  • The architecture of this place is incredible! Although the museums do not have objects and structure is worth to visit this place!
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  • It is an architectural beauty. Designed by Gustave Eiffel. He was the municipal Palace and is now a building that houses a café and various museums, dealing although they are small interesting subjects as science, the universe, the history of the Moctezuma brewery, football in Orizaba and geography and the archaeological remains found at the site. You are surprised to see how clean that are its gardens, there are several trash cans and there is no garbage lying on the floor. Me glad that both locals and tourists to keep the city clean.
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  • A very beautiful architecture with lots of culture, although the museums inside are tiny. But a place that you can not miss on your visit to the city.
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