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This tour begins in the warm city of Cuernavaca, in the state of Morelos. This colonial city has been preferred as a resting place since pre-Hispanic times. You must visit the Museo Regional Cuauhnáhuac (Cuauhnáhuac Regional Museum), the ancient Palacio de Cortés (Palace of Cortés), the Cathedral and the Centro Cultural Borda (Borda Cultural Center), the former home of Emperor Maximilian. Do not miss the traditional tacos acorazados and tacos de canasta that are sold in the downtown area.

Tequesquitengo is located just 40 minutes south of Cuernavaca. It is certainly perfect for fun. Various activities around the lagoon are offered here: water skiing, bungee jumping, bike tours, hot air balloon ride and even parachute jumping!

Continuing an hour and a half south of Tequesquitengo, you will reach Chilpancingo de los Bravo, in the neighboring state of Guerrero. Its Centro Histórico (Historic Center) houses some architectural jewels from the colonial era, such as the Museo Regional de Guerrero (Regional Museum of Guerrero), in neoclassical style, the Templo de Santa María de la Asunción (Temple of Santa María de la Asunción) and the City Hall building. The masks and wooden furniture are some of the most representative handcrafts of the place, as well as the delicious white and green pozoles in the local gastronomy.

The tour ends in the Pacific Ocean, in the historic port of Acapulco, located an hour and a half southwest of Chilpancingo. The port is famous for its history, its beaches and its nightlife. We recommend visiting the Museo Histórico Fuerte de San Diego (Fort of San Diego Historical Museum), the Cathedral, the Zócalo and the Mirador de la Bahía. Try ceviche (raw fish or seafood dish cut into small pieces and marinated in lemon or orange juice, chopped onion, salt, pepper and coriander) and pescado a la talla (charbroiled fish), traditional dishes from the port.
This tour begins in the warm city of Cuernavaca, in the state of Morelos. This colonial city has been preferred as a resting place since pre-Hispanic times. You must visit the Museo Regional Cuauhnáhuac (Cuauhnáhuac Regional Museum), the ancient Palacio de Cortés (Palace of Cortés), the Cathedral and the Centro Cultural Borda (Borda Cultural Center), the former home of Emperor Maximilian. Do not miss the traditional tacos acorazados and tacos de canasta that are sold in the downtown area.

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Tequesquitengo is located just 40 minutes south of Cuernavaca. It is certainly perfect for fun. Various activities around the lagoon are offered here: water skiing, bungee jumping, bike tours, hot air balloon ride and even parachute jumping!

Continuing an hour and a half south of Tequesquitengo, you will reach Chilpancingo de los Bravo, in the neighboring state of Guerrero. Its Centro Histórico (Historic Center) houses some architectural jewels from the colonial era, such as the Museo Regional de Guerrero (Regional Museum of Guerrero), in neoclassical style, the Templo de Santa María de la Asunción (Temple of Santa María de la Asunción) and the City Hall building. The masks and wooden furniture are some of the most representative handcrafts of the place, as well as the delicious white and green pozoles in the local gastronomy.

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