Although not much is said about Colima’s appeals, the truth is that this small capital city
The city of Colima stands out because it has rich and diverse handicrafts. Typical products here are red cedar furniture pieces decorated with oil painting; there are also couches made with calfskin, ceremonial masks, embroidery, copies of Pre-Hispanic ceramics, and basketry. It is a special opportunity to acquire unique pieces from one of the most prolific states for popular art. And it was probably all this creativity that also inspired Jorge Chávez Carrillo, the artist responsible for magnificent murals you can see in the Government Palace.