Beginning with the truly sad story of the wife in a wealthy family of Acapulco, who owned the entire mountain retreat where the Chapel de la Paz was eventually built to make it easier for her to go to Church, which she reportedly did daily. The death of her two boys..wow. Excellent story and the views are remarkable. the Cross... 更多
A beautiful setting and view of the city and bay. A spectacular chapel built by a private person for his wife and later donated to the public as a non denominational chapel where services are still held.
Despite the cross, this is not a purely Christian experience - but I think it is deeply spiritual. The chapel exudes such a wonderful aura of peace and tranquillity coupled with the most exquisite views of Acapulco that we had difficulty tearing ourselves away.
The chapel is worth visiting for its stark architecture. The gated community in which it is sited has beautiful homes. For me, however, the most worthwhile aspect of my visit was the view of Acapulco from the hill on which the chapel is built. Strongly recommended.
This is up a hill, in the middle of a very nice, gated community with beautiful houses. The chapel itself is very pretty, but the main reason to go there is the best view of the town from up there. Only two problems is it is closed at night, when I guess the view is even nicer, and the souvenir... 更多
The Chapel of Peace was part of our day tour with Sebastian Hernandez Ricardo, and it didn't disappoint. The property is very well maintained. The story behind the architect and building of the structure is incredible. The cross can be seen from most places in Acapulco, that's how big it is, and the views here are AH-MAZING!!! Our young boys... 更多