Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) is not used in Tegucigalpa.
Without DST clocks do not change in Tegucigalpa, keeping the same UTC offset throughout the year.
Facts About Tegucigalpa
Information for Travelers
Tegucigalpa is the capital of Honduras and with around 1,000,000 inhabitants, it is also the largest city in the country.
Together with Comayagüela it forms the central district and is also the capital of the Francisco Morazán district.
In the center of the city is Plaza Morazán, often called Parque Central by locals – this is the center of Tegucigalpa.
A statue of former President Francisco Morazán on horseback stands in the center.
An elaborate Baroque cathedral dating from the 18th century overlooks the square: step inside and you'll find an intricate gold and silver altar.
Parque Nações Unidas El Picacho sits on top of a hill 6 km from the city center and has busy trails.
The main reason to visit it is to stand at the foot of the approximately 20m high El Cristo del Picacho, which you may have seen lit up, hovering high above the city at night.
The National Identity Museum is housed in the beautifully renovated 19th century former Palácio dos Ministérios.
It is a superb insight into the nation's history and identity through modern exhibits.
La Virgen de Suyapa is the patroness of Honduras, a papal decree made her the patroness of all of Central America.
The Basilica of Suyapa is the most important church in Tegucigalpa.
Construction on the basilica, famous for its large stained glass windows, began in 1954.
Read about Tegucigalpa in Wikipedia