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Huatusco

Two places not to be missed around Huatusco are the Cerro de Guadalupe and the Cerro de Acatepec.

The Cerro de Guadalupe is located to the north of the city, at the top, it has a monumental image of the Virgin of Guadalupe that measures 30 meters (100 feet) high, made of fiberglass. This image is considered the tallest in Mexico. It also has a chapel and a lookout point where you can see beautiful landscapes of high mountain trees, as well as a panoramic view of the city and its surroundings.

Located 30 minutes from downtown, is the ancient extinct monogenetic volcano that today is the Cerro de Acatepec, considered a symbol for the town for its many legends and myths around it.

Its history dates back to pre-Hispanic times, it is said that it was used by the ancient inhabitants to build their cities on the east side, this guaranteed them food and water. This site is ideal for rappelling or hiking.

Two places not to be missed around Huatusco are the Cerro de Guadalupe and the Cerro de Acatepec.

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The Cerro de Guadalupe is located to the north of the city, at the top, it has a monumental image of the Virgin of Guadalupe that measures 30 meters (100 feet) high, made of fiberglass. This image is considered the tallest in Mexico. It also has a chapel and a lookout point where you can see beautiful landscapes of high mountain trees, as well as a panoramic view of the city and its surroundings.

Located 30 minutes from downtown, is the ancient extinct monogenetic volcano that today is the Cerro de Acatepec, considered a symbol for the town for its many legends and myths around it.

Its history dates back to pre-Hispanic times, it is said that it was used by the ancient inhabitants to build their cities on the east side, this guaranteed them food and water. This site is ideal for rappelling or hiking.

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