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Exploring the Environs



The best time to take in the town’s cultural traditions is during the Huamantla Fair, to see the amazing “carpets” on the streets, enjoy the delicious fare and experience the adrenaline rush of the huamantladas, or running of the bulls. Wear comfortable shoes for the celebrations.

More to Know

El Fuerte
The name El Fuerte comes from a fort that was built here in the 17th century as protection against Mayo Indian attacks. At that time, the town went by the name of San Juan Bautista de Carapoa and was governed by the viceroy, the Count of Montes Claros. All that's left of the fort today is its history.
Real de Catorce

October 4:

Festivities in honor of Saint Francis of Assisi, also known as the “Little Holy Cowboy”. His statue is paraded out of the church and through the streets of town. Celebrations also include a fair and various religious events.

November 1 and 2:

The traditional Day of the Dead is observed in the cemetery, in silent solemnity.