The Magical Town of Mazamitla Jalisco, in the greenery and beauty of the Sierra del Tigre, awaits you with its beautiful and comfortable mountain cabins and all the charm of its cobblestone streets and village spaces.
In 2001, the Mexican Government started a program called “Pueblos Magicos,” in which a small town or community, based on specific guidelines, could be granted this award (Pueblo Magico).
These guidelines include, but are not limited to: cultural heritage, gastronomy, rich history, architectural attractions, and more.
Close to Puebla and Mexico City, the Magical Town of Huauchinango welcomes visitors with open arms to offer them its excellent climate, natural and cultural beauties, and floral fair.
Orizaba Veracruz, also called “The City of the Joyful Waters,” is a vice-royal chest full of architectural jewels and marvelous landscapes. I will tell you about its attractions and things to do, but first, let’s dive into its fascinating history.
Palenque Chiapas has become an important tourist destination in Mexico, primarily known for its archeology and history, beautiful and delicious water attractions, and succulent cuisine.
The Magical Town of San Jose de Gracia is filled with vegetation, great natural spaces, and lots of fun! During my years traveling the Country, I had never come across a place that combined fun activities packed with adventure and a touch of spirituality.
Jalpan de Serra was founded almost 300 years ago around the first Christian mission built in Mexican lands by the famous Fray Junipero Serra.
The Magical Town of Batopilas, Chihuahua, hidden in the depths of the Copper Canyon, preserves the vestiges of its past mining splendor and the most extensive and marvelous landscapes of the Sierra Tarahumara.
The Magical Town of Mitla Oaxaca has impressive archaeological wealth and other great attractions that I would like to share with you today.
Villa del Carbon, in the State of Mexico, is a place that will transport you to colonial times. Its forests, ecotourism activities, food, and friendly people will leave you amazed.
Tecate lies in Baja California, Mexico’s border with the United States. It preserves the beauty of its vast desert landscapes, ranches, and modern traditions, represented by beer and wine.