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Route through the Towns of Guerrero and Morelos to the Megalopolis

Cuernavaca, Tepoztlán, Mexico City, Chilpancingo, Tequesquitengo

The tour of this route begins in Chilpancingo. This city is rich in history for being the scene of important historical events, therefore you cannot miss the Museo Regional de Guerrero (Regional Museum of Guerrero). You must visit the Catedral de Santa María de la Asunción (Cathedral of Santa María de la Asunción), the most important neoclassical style temple in the area. If you love caving then you must explore the Cacahuamilpa Grottoes and the Juxtlahuaca Grottoes.

Follow the tour into the beautiful Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Taxco. Enjoy the wonderful views of this place surrounded by hills and mountains. Get to know the Baroque-style Parroquia de Santa Prisca (Parish of Santa Prisca) and the old convent of San Bernardino de Siena; visit its museums and at nightfall, discover the bohemian atmosphere of its main square. As it is the Capital of Silver, here you will find beautiful pieces made by local goldsmiths. Dare to try the jumiles and savor the pink mole.

This part of the route is to relax and do water activities, the first stop is Tequesquitengo. In its beautiful lake you can go water skiing or take a boat ride. At some times of the year there are water ski and wakeboard tournaments, among other activities.

Continue to Cuernavaca to enjoy its eternal spring. Get to know the cathedral, the aqueduct and El Palacio de Cortés (Cortez Palace) which dates back to 1535. Take a stroll through its town squares full of flowery gardens and taste the mole de pepita, it is delicious! The lodging is varied and with all the necessary commodities to enjoy the climate.

Afterwards, you can find a moment of peace at Tepoztlán. It is located in the Cerro del Tepozteco (Tepozteco Hill) and here, in addition to admiring its landscapes, you can also experience an ancient ritual for relaxation and detoxification, such as the temazcal. You must visit the Pirámide del Tepozteco (Pyramid of Tepozteco) and walk along the downtown area to see the Templo y Ex Convento de la Natividad (Temple and former Convent of the Natividad).

The route ends by returning renewed to experience Mexico City. Take a stroll through its huge zócalo surrounded by magnificent buildings, such as the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral) and Palacio Nacional. There are a lot of museums to choose from, one of the most impressive is the Anthropology and History Museum and within walking distance is the Castillo de Chapultepec (Chapultepec Castle). At sundown, the entertainment variety is infinite, from plays, dancing, concerts, bohemian music clubs, shows, to classic cantinas with mariachi. Next morning you can enjoy a delicious breakfast: a delicious guajolota accompanied by an atole.
The tour of this route begins in Chilpancingo. This city is rich in history for being the scene of important historical events, therefore you cannot miss the Museo Regional de Guerrero (Regional Museum of Guerrero). You must visit the Catedral de Santa María de la Asunción (Cathedral of Santa María de la Asunción), the most important neoclassical style temple in the area. If you love caving then you must explore the Cacahuamilpa Grottoes and the Juxtlahuaca Grottoes.

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Follow the tour into the beautiful Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Taxco. Enjoy the wonderful views of this place surrounded by hills and mountains. Get to know the Baroque-style Parroquia de Santa Prisca (Parish of Santa Prisca) and the old convent of San Bernardino de Siena; visit its museums and at nightfall, discover the bohemian atmosphere of its main square. As it is the Capital of Silver, here you will find beautiful pieces made by local goldsmiths. Dare to try the jumiles and savor the pink mole.

This part of the route is to relax and do water activities, the first stop is Tequesquitengo. In its beautiful lake you can go water skiing or take a boat ride. At some times of the year there are water ski and wakeboard tournaments, among other activities.

Continue to Cuernavaca to enjoy its eternal spring. Get to know the cathedral, the aqueduct and El Palacio de Cortés (Cortez Palace) which dates back to 1535. Take a stroll through its town squares full of flowery gardens and taste the mole de pepita, it is delicious! The lodging is varied and with all the necessary commodities to enjoy the climate.

Afterwards, you can find a moment of peace at Tepoztlán. It is located in the Cerro del Tepozteco (Tepozteco Hill) and here, in addition to admiring its landscapes, you can also experience an ancient ritual for relaxation and detoxification, such as the temazcal. You must visit the Pirámide del Tepozteco (Pyramid of Tepozteco) and walk along the downtown area to see the Templo y Ex Convento de la Natividad (Temple and former Convent of the Natividad).

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