The colonial center of Trujillo is built on a hill beside the town's fort, high up from the bay and surrounded by green mountains. A few roads lead down to the beach below the center, where there is a string of seafood shacks and the Garífuna neighborhood of Cristales. A single dirt road runs west along the coastline to the Garífuna communities of Santa Fe and Guadalupe. The airport, 1km (1/2 mile) away from Trujillo's center, is on the eastbound road outside of town. Puerto Castillo, Trujillo's deepwater port, is 8km (5 miles) east across the bay.
Banco Atlántida, on the Parque Central, has a 24-hour ATM and will exchange traveler's checks. Internet access can be found at a number of small shops near the park or at Casa Kiwi. You can make long-distance phone calls at Hondutel, 1 block south of the park. For tourist information, see the Trujillo Pages (www.trujillohonduras.com).
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