Mexico is a country full of culture, exuberant landscapes and cities full of history. There are thousands of reasons to visit us.
La Peña de Bernal, with its three hundred meters high and twenty million tons of weight, is recognized as the third largest monolith in the world. With an age that is calculated close to ten million years.
THE ADVENTURE BEGINS
Arrive at the viewpoint by car or on foot to admire the view of the town of Bernal that arises between the untamed landscape surrounding the stone. Enjoy the hospitality of the vendors of refreshing drinks, typical snacks and crafts that await you to pamper yourself.
Walk the trails to the top enjoying the landscape; overcome the challenge your legs face when climbing the rugged surface of solid lava, formed from the eruption of an ancient volcano that disappeared over time due to the erosion of rain and wind.
Tequisquiapan is a magical and peaceful town with cobblestone streets with perfect lines that seem to be sown with majestic civil buildings and colonial temples adorned with multicolored flowers that emerge from the welcoming gardens that have become famous in the region.
Start your tour visiting the Plaza Miguel Hidalgo and admire its portals and its beautiful kiosk that bathes in the sun in front of the ash trees and sabinos that give you their shade.
Be dazzled by the white quarry façade of the Parish of Santa María de la Asunción and enter the sanctuary to get to know the baptistery and the neoclassical chapels flooded with light. Meet the Temple of the Holy Trinity with its simple and harmonious architecture that invites you to reflect.
In the afternoon immerse yourself in the colors of the Handicraft Market and discover a unique piece among the famous furniture, baskets and trays of cane and wicker. Also admires the jewelry set with brightly colored opals that come from nearby fields to the hands of the skilled artisans of Tequisquiapan.
It is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Mexico and in 2008 was recognized by UNESCO, next to the Sanctuary of Jesus of Atotonilco, as a World Heritage Site. Its attractive and cosmopolitan appearance make it one of the favorite destinations for art lovers. Among all there is to visit highlights its historical and architectural heritage.
One of the places you should see is the Parish of San Miguel Arcángel, impressive neo-Gothic style of the imposing quarry cathedral that has become the hallmark of the city. Other places to see in San Miguel de Allende are the Crafts Market of the city.
In the Market there is a sample of local crafts made with metals, paper mache, blown glass and more. Its cobblestone streets, tree-lined courtyards, fine architectural details and sumptuous interiors will make you fall in love; Maybe that’s why CN Travel declared it one of the twenty-five best cities chosen by travelers.
Teotihuacán pyramids are archaeological remains is one of the largest cities in Mesoamerica during the pre-Hispanic era. It is located approximately 45 kilometers from the center of Mexico City and in this important site you will find archaeological monuments that were declared a World Heritage Site.
At the moment it is the archaeological zone with greater affluence of tourists in Mexico, over places like Chichén Itzá and Monte Albán. You will need a whole day to enjoy the history and mysticism that surrounds all its main monuments such as La Ciudadela, La Calzada de los Muertos, The Temple of the Feathered Serpent, The Palace of Quetzalpapáloltl and of course the famous Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon.
The city of Santiago de Querétaro, where the Mexican Independence movement was detonated, keeps legends and shared histories within its walls as architectural and artistic treasures.
Walk through the historic center between its baroque and neoclassical buildings, winding streets and colonial monuments. Stop at the Theater of the Republic, visit the Casa del Corregimiento and let them tell you about the independence talks that Dona Josefa had with Hidalgo, Allende and Aldama.
Learn about the baroque treasures of the temple and the ex-convent of San Agustín and get to know the cross carved by the Chichimecas in the Temple of the Holy Cross. Enter the Temple of St. Francis of Assisi, which was the first religious building in the city and enjoy the altarpieces and choirs in the Temple of Santa Clara or the Santa Rosa de Viterbo.
Photography the iconic aqueduct that fed the city with fresh water for decades and still retains 74 half-point arches.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the historical center of Mexico City brings together the stages of pre-Hispanic and VIRREINAL Mexico. In it you can admire the archaeological ruins of the Templo Mayor, as well as its civil and religious buildings from the 16th to the 19th centuries.
Visit the Plaza de la Constitution and admire in its quadrant the important colonial buildings: the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the City Hall Palace and the Portal of the Merchants.
Meet the museum and the archaeological ruins of the Templo Mayor that show the vestiges of the pre-hispanic city on which the current city and capital of New Spain was built.
Visit the Palace of Fine Arts and enjoy the program of permanent and temporary exhibitions that are housed there.
Delight in the lights that illuminate the night and dinner in a restaurant framed in colonial architecture in the historic center, where you can find several options such as the Casa de los Azulejos or the Grand Hotel in Mexico City.
Mexico City is a destination with an extraordinary mysticism that unfolds in its plurality, its folklore and its modernity; everything is mixed with its pre-hispanic roots present from its foundations, as shown by the Metropolitan Cathedral that in its foundations bears the Pyramid of Tonatiuh.
Marvel at the splendor of its elegant colonial buildings, its streets and its flavors that honor its nickname “De los ángeles”. A city with beautiful Talavera-covered facades is an authentic and unique place.
Puebla is a charm; It is the perfect mix between history, tradition, culture, natural beauty and modernity, with touches of art and buildings full of colors.
Go step by step to the Palafoxiana library, the Casa de Alfeñique Museum, the Municipal Palace and the Amparo Regional Museum, which are considered to be the must-see options within the city.
It took more than two centuries to build and be filled with artistic jewels that are protected by the towers with greater height of the American colonies of his time. Marvel at the painting of the dome, the work of Cristóbal de Villalpando in the year 1688.
Enjoy some of the famous poblano dishes that have become national symbols, the mole and the chiles en nogada, for dessert walk down the Calle de los Dulces where you will know more typical desserts than you thought possible to see in one place.
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