San Pedro Sula

San Pedro Sula

San Pedro Sula to Tegucigalpa is the second largest city in Honduras with about a million inhabitants (with agglomeration). While Tegucigalpa is the administrative center of the country, San Pedro Sula is the commercial. This economic impact is in part to the proximity to Honduras 's only major seaport in Puerto Cortés, which is only 45 minutes' drive from the center of San Pedro Sula. In addition, the main link road leads to the north and west by San Pedro Sula. Despite these commercial significance San Pedro Sula is considered a very dangerous city. It was several years consecutively voted the most dangerous city in the world. The foundation of the city dates back to the year 1536th As a founding father of the city of Don Pedro de Alvarado as Villa de San Pedro de Puerto Caballos applies. San Pedro Sula is the industrial center of Honduras with light industry and the commercial production of coffee, bananas, beef, sugar cane, tobacco and wood; also San Pedro Sula is a major transport hub. The city is located in the northwest of the country, about 40 km from the Caribbean coast at an altitude of about 70 m. San Pedro Sula covers a wide Valle de Sula and the capital of the department Cortés.

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