Tres espectaculares Pueblos Mágicos de México que son muy baratos para visitar

Tres espectaculares Pueblos Mágicos de México que son muy baratos para visitar

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Mexico is a country full of wonderful places to know, such as the Magic towns that offer incredible experiences and even if you have a limited budget it is possible to visit them, in addition to the fact that some are very close to the Mexico City.

Boy’s OreGentleman, It is a place to practice sports and recreational activities such as climbing, hiking, rappelling, zip-lining, fishing, among many others. It’s found surrounded by mountains, valleys and dams it’s included mines which allows you to enjoy a connection with nature. Cabins can be rented or even to camp in the National Park.

The best way to start is a tour of the traditional market and enjoy a breakfast that includes quesadillas, huaraches, sopes, tacos, etc. Also in April is the season of the famous escamoles. The sites that are unmissable to visit are the Church of the Immaculate Conception, the San Antonio and La Guadalupe Mines, the El Chico National ParkPeñas las Monjas, the El Cedral dam, the Via Ferrata, among others.

Initially it was called Royal of Atotonilco what did it mean hot springs placehowever, the name did not correspond to the place. It is known that during the time of greatest splendor there were around 300 silver minesIt is for this reason that it is currently called Boy’s Ore.

In in National Park "The boy" there are more than 200 rock formations to visit.  (Photo: Instagram/@savabang)
In “El Chico” National Park there are more than 200 rock formations to visit. (Photo: Instagram/@savabang)

Malinalco is in the Mexico state, just 2:20 p.m. Mexico City; It is known for the cobblestone streets and multicolored houses from colonial times, in addition to its very pleasant warm climate since most of the time it is sunny. Valuable documents for the independentists were signed here, such as Jose maria morelos and pavon.

The gastronomy of this place is also very special, as it consists of iguana broth or frog tamales, both dishes made with strips of nopal, onion and accompanied by French fries. Or if another option is preferred, it can be trout or cecina with chorizo.

To enjoy the good weather you can ride a bike, go hiking in the mountains, visit the Chapel of Santa Mónica, the Andrés Medina Gallery, the Cuauhtinchán Ceremonial Center, the Parroquía del Divino Salvador, among others. In the month of April the Cultural festival where musical concerts, theater, exhibitions and conferences are offered.

In Malinalco is the archaeological zone protected in El Cerro de los Ídolos.  (Photo: FB/Malinalco in you)
In Malinalco is the archaeological zone protected in El Cerro de los Ídolos. (Photo: FB/Malinalco in you)

Last but not least is cadereyta, Queretarowith a semi-desert climate in the south and forests in the north, it was named Magic Town in 2011 due to its history and tourist attractions. Its buildings are the work of colonial architecture and it has various wine fields, it is also part of the Route of the Wine and Cheese of Querétaro.

It is the perfect place to camp, hike, visit caves and archaeological sites and enjoy the great cuisine that includes garambullo, guamichi, prickly pear and pitaya; It is also known for the consumption of insects such as grasshoppers, maguey worms and chamueses.

The famous Cadereyta Fair is celebrated on September 8.  (Photo: FB/BeeTierra)
The famous Cadereyta Fair is celebrated on September 8. (Photo: FB/BeeTierra)

The attractions that can be visited are the waterfall Veilthe Cultural Center of Cadereyta, the historical Centerthe Church of the Lonelinessthe regional botanical garden Engineer Gonzalez de Cosio, the Route of cave paintings, the planetarium Dr Jose Hernandez Moreno, The prey Zimapán, among others. During Holy Week from March-April, the Holy Thursday processions.

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