Colima city covers a municipality with several interesting communities for tourism. In fact, Colima State is one of the smallest states in the country in terms of territorial extension; you have as advantage, the benefit of being easily able to transfer from one place to another, with contrasts of ports and picturesque villages.
Among the main attractions within the capital, there are a few interesting places for those who enjoy from art and culture such as the University Alfonso Michel, the Culture Administration Complex, the Regional Museum of History and the University Museum of Popular Art. Furthermore, within the city you may also come across temples, ancient buildings, as well as gardens and squares for convenient leisure afternoons.
In addition to the attractions within the city giving recognition to Colima tourism in the surrounding there are other interesting sites out of town such as the Archaeological zones of El Chanal and La Campana, or the nostalgic Magical Village of Comala, that would become famous thanks to the book named Pedro Paramo by Juan Rulfo.