San Pedro Sula is located in Honduras in the Cortés region. About 1,073,800 inhabitants live in the Central American metropolis.
San Pedro Sula is located in the northern hemisphere of the Earth, about 1725 km north of the equator at latitude 15 and about 9359 km west of the prime meridian, at the -88th longitude.
Until 2016, the city of San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras had the rating of the most dangerous cities in the world. At least 3 murders took place here per day. Sometimes this index rose to 20. Fortunately, this city fell to 28th place in the frightening rating. Residents are still allowed to have 5 firearms per person. The police continue to patrol with machine guns in their hands. Every second resident is still involved in drug trafficking. And there are more slums than ordinary houses. But life in San Pedro Sula has much more attractive sides. The city strives to show its own face to the tourist and to ensure the safety of its guests.