The Callejón de Aparicio is a typical alley in the city. Some years ago it was rescued and rehabilitated. This is where the nightlife is concentrated.
Its old name of Callejón de Jesús te Ampare comes from a legend of the colonial era, when Xalapa was still a Villa.
Near the Los Berros Park is the La Calavera Alley, where a murder took place for which the skull is named today
The picturesque Rojas Alley, is one of those that still retains the colonial flavor of the city of Xalapa, for its cobblestone and the type of construction.
Located in the heart of Xalapa, the Diamond Alley is known for selling handicrafts or for enjoying a good cup of coffee.
The Infiernillo Alley, a mysterious attraction of Xalapa, is located in the historic center, between José María Alfaro and Francisco I. Madero streets.