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Creel

The Pueblo Mágico of Creel is also known as The Creel Station because it is the last stop on the Chepe’s route. It’s surrounded by natural beauty and traditions that the Rarámuris have preserved for hundreds of years.

Around The Plaza de Armas, heart of this Pueblo Mágico, you will find restaurants to relax and enjoy the local cuisine.

In “Casa de las Handicrafts” (House of crafts), located in the old railway station, you can admire the Rarámuris crafts and take home baskets and “wares” made of “palmilla”, carved wooden masks and instruments, such as violins, and embroidered textiles.

A few meters from this square is the Templo de Cristo Rey which stands out for its neo-Gothic architecture. If you want to have a panoramic view of the village look for the monument of Cristo Rey settled in one of the surrounding mountains from where this figure seems to watch Creel.
The Pueblo Mágico of Creel is also known as The Creel Station because it is the last stop on the Chepe’s route. It’s surrounded by natural beauty and traditions that the Rarámuris have preserved for hundreds of years.

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Around The Plaza de Armas, heart of this Pueblo Mágico, you will find restaurants to relax and enjoy the local cuisine.

In “Casa de las Handicrafts” (House of crafts), located in the old railway station, you can admire the Rarámuris crafts and take home baskets and “wares” made of “palmilla”, carved wooden masks and instruments, such as violins, and embroidered textiles.

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