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Tlayacapan

Morelos

Morelos state has two Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) throughout its territory. Just two hours away from Mexico City, you will find one of these beautiful towns—Tlacoyapan. This is the ideal scenery to forget about the city’s lifestyle for a weekend and get lost among its streets full of handicrafts, churches and venues with great historical interests. Dare to discover this destination with a pleasant climate throughout the year.

When walking Tlayacapan cobbled roads, you will understand the reason of its náhuatl name, that in English means “On the top of Earth”—you’ll find yourself surrounded by its impressive mountains, rock formations whimsically located in the environment, unforgettable blue skies and trees that convey immense tranquility, connecting you with nature.

Also, the people of this colorful town are usually very warm, because most of them live by making handicrafts inspired by the woods and the wealth of their ancestors' roots, the Olmecas.

In Tlayacapan you can visit archeological vestiges found around it or go to one of several churches and chapels of Colonial period, faithful witnesses of how this place has evolved without forgetting its traditions, that go from prehispanc rituals such as temazcales, to delicious food like pipián or its Tamales de Ceniza.

Morelos state has two Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) throughout its territory. Just two hours away from Mexico City, you will find one of these beautiful towns—Tlacoyapan. This is the ideal scenery to forget about the city’s lifestyle for a weekend and get lost among its streets full of handicrafts, churches and venues with great historical interests. Dare to discover this destination with a pleasant climate throughout the year.

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When walking Tlayacapan cobbled roads, you will understand the reason of its náhuatl name, that in English means “On the top of Earth”—you’ll find yourself surrounded by its impressive mountains, rock formations whimsically located in the environment, unforgettable blue skies and trees that convey immense tranquility, connecting you with nature.

Also, the people of this colorful town are usually very warm, because most of them live by making handicrafts inspired by the woods and the wealth of their ancestors' roots, the Olmecas.

In Tlayacapan you can visit archeological vestiges found around it or go to one of several churches and chapels of Colonial period, faithful witnesses of how this place has evolved without forgetting its traditions, that go from prehispanc rituals such as temazcales, to delicious food like pipián or its Tamales de Ceniza.

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