The Eclesiastic BoardWalk starts at 20th November to Miguel Hidalgo and ends up the Church and Arch – Temple of El Carmen. On this street is the temple of Santo Domingo, the Cathedral of San Cristóbal, the Municipal Palace , the home of Diego de Mazariegos, Daniel Zebadúa Theatre, craft market, boutiques, shops, restaurants , cafés and bars.
Work that seeks to combine the architecture of the colonial era of San Cristobal de Las Casas with the modernity of the twenty-first century , integrating a visual harmony, creating a wide pedestrian avenue to enjoy visiting from Church to Church , which requires transport us through the old Jovel Valley city and enjoy its perfect climate and multiethnic coexistence through the centuries has been strengthened , while appreciating the richness of its historical monuments .
It is one of the major Tourist Boardwalk, whose floor is designed around a symbol : the encounter of a mestizaje , a Mayan mural between Santo Domingo and the Plaza de la Paz ; Christians and characters between the Arco del Carmen and the Plaza de la Paz.
The main monuments of the city such as the Arco del Carmen , house of handycrafts , School of Law , City Hall , Cathedral, Central Park, Zebadúa Theatre , Church of Our Lady of Charity, former convent of Santo Domingo is located; likewise, serviced sale : handicrafts, jewelery, textiles, cafes, bars, cultural exhibitions.