Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
After a delicious regional meal, such as the hacha de lobina or grilled freshwater cauque -a kind of river shrimp- admire the architectural attractiveness of El Fuerte, which is the pride of the local people and one of the most visited attractions.
Go to the House of Culture, a building which has an interesting story, since it was first inhabited by Jesuits, and then became a jail. It has a vast library and areas for a variety of exhibitions, as well as activities that will help you to enjoy the bohemian nights full of laughter and applause.
There is a great variety of hotels and inns that, in addition to lodging, offer tours that will allow you to learn a little about the city's past so you will be able to admire its future. Its old streets and legends mingle with the region's beauty. You will fall in love with every one of its corners.
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