Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

El Infierno

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El Infierno stays open late near the Ajijic plaza so you can partake in your midnight libations.

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El Infierno keeps its hellish gates open late near the Ajijic plaza so you can partake in your midnight libations.

The bar, which means “Hell,” also serves brunch and, for dinner, tapas.

Last updated October 14, 2018

Street View

Address

Hidalgo #17

Ajijic

HoursClosed Now

Mon----
Tue----
Wed9:00am -12:00am
Thu9:00am -12:00am
Fri9:00am -2:00am
Sat9:00am -2:00am
Sun9:00am -2:00pm

Phone

376-766-5393

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Photos of El Infierno

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Masked Zayacos of Ajijic

The Masked Zayacos of Ajijic, Mexico

Masked “zayacos” prowl the town bullring, a unique Carnival-time tradition in Ajijic, Mexico.

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A girl dressed as an Adelita during the Revolution Day parade in San Antonio Tlayacapan, which always celebrates Revolution Day the Sunday after November 20 (which in 2018 is November 25). Their parade starts a few blocks west of the plaza in San Antonio at 9 a.m.

How the Women Soldaderas Helped Win the Mexican Revolution

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Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Day of the Dead Skull Wall

Candlelit Skull Wall on the Day of the Dead

Hundreds of candles illuminate a wall of handmade clay skulls on la noche de muertos during the Day of the Dead in Ajijic, Mexico.

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