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Autumn

With the change in the color of the leaves on the trees, we have some of the best days for exploring the Magical Towns of Mexico.

The season begins with the Independence Day holidays, which are enthusiastically celebrated in Tequila and, above all, in Dolores Hidalgo¸ the cradle of independence. Later, around Day of Dead, the streets and churches of Capulálpam are flooded with colors, thus imitating on a small scale the beauty of this celebration in Pátzcuaro. In autumn, the landscapes around Cosalá are spectacular, as they are in the Órganos mountain range near Sombrerete. The exuberance of Xilitla invites you to take a dip in the natural pools, and the strange formations of Mineral del Chico inspire exciting adventures. On the other side of the country, the temperature of the sea in Todos Santos can captivate anyone. Teúl and El Fuerte exhibit their best dances at the regional festivals, while Mier gets all dessed up with activities for the Tamaulipas International Festival. The indigenous towns in Cuetzalan celebrate in fashion with the Festival of the  Huipil (traditional embroidered tunics), and in Tlalpujahua, Michoacán, the heat of the workshops where they make blown glass ornaments contrasts with the chilly air that begins to settle on these towns.

Angangueo

Michoacan

This great town, famous for its mining past, can be found in the Sierra Madre Oriental of Michoacan.

Palizada

Campeche

A river settlement of low houses with the unusual characteristic of roofs with French tiles.

Real del Monte

Hidalgo

The town itself brings us colors from another era: 18th-century buildings, old mines, archways, fountains, red-tile roofs, and displays where silver artisanry shines.

Tapalpa

Jalisco

Its name means 'land of color' in Nahuatl, christened as such due to the earth's tonalities in the area.

Tepotzotlan

State of Mexico

Tepotzotlan holds some of colonial-era Mexico's most important examples of religious architecture.

Alamos

Sonora

Called Ciudad de Portales, Alamos is famous for its outstanding colonial architecture, an unforgettable trip into the past.

Real de Asientos

Aguascalientes

Once a mining outpost, this Magical Town is loaded with history - especially when taking into account its small size.

San Sebastian del Oeste

Jalisco

Located at the foot of the Western Sierra Madre in West Jalisco, San Sebastian del Oeste ('Saint Sebastian of the West) made us dream about the wild west and its cowboys.

Taxco de Alarcon

Guerrero

Taxco was one of the Spanish Viceroyalty's most prosperous mining cities and so conserves interesting architectural jewels.

Valle de Bravo

State of Mexico

The perfect place for getting in touch with nature and letting your emotions flow. Whether on the ground, in the water, or from up high in the air.