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Tula, Tamaulipas

Located in a transition area between the desert and the forest, Tula was recently named a Magical Town and is rich in contrasts, gastronomy, and artisanry. In addition to having been the cradle of ancient civilizations and revolutionary movements, it gave rise to the iconic Tula leather jackets and 100 years ago it was the capital of Tamaulipas. Today it comes back as a Magical Town, without doubt the least explored of all.

How to Get There

Tula, Tamaulipas

From Ciudad Victoria take Federal Highway 101 southwest and continue following the signs. From San Luis Potosi take Highway 57. At the El Huizache junction, get on Federal Highway 80. Continue onward passing Presa de Guadalupe (Guadalupe Dam) and then catch 101 until Tula. Distance chart: To San Luis Potosi – 205 km; To Ciudad Victoria – 135 km; To Tampico – 281 km.