Mexico is one of the most visited countries on the planet, something that is not surprising if we consider that this country is not only home to some of the most beautiful paradisiacal corners of the world, but also an important heritage historical and cultural, highlighting its Mayan ruins. In addition, we cannot forget its popular festivals, its exquisite gastronomy, its crafts and its wide range of activities of all kinds.
What many of the people who travel to Mexico is that this country in North America hides some tremendously beautiful towns. Today in Hard Hobbit To Break we want to show you some of the best, based on a list published by Isidoro Merino in El País. Would you like to join us?
First of all, we want to talk about Cholula, a town in the state of Puebla that is very rich in artistic and cultural heritage. In fact, it houses the largest pyramid basement in the world.
Álamos is a municipality in Sonora that must be traveled from end to end, since in its streets it hides footprints of history in a very particular style.
In the state of Colima is Comala, a town that is included in the program "Magical Towns of Mexico" thanks to its beauty architectural, its customs, its traditions and its climate.
It could not be missing from the Cuetzalán list, a municipality located in the Sierra Norte de Puebla whose value lies in the development of life indigenous of many of its inhabitants.
Cuitzeo, from the state of Michoacán, is also part of the "Magical Towns", largely thanks to the ancient convent Augustinian of Santa Maria Magdalena.
In the State of Mexico is Malinalco, a town that stands out for being an example of spectacular architecture ritual Mexican.
We also want to talk to you about Mazamitla, a population in the state of Jalisco that surprises with its beauty natural.
We return to the state of Michoacán to tell you about Pátzcuaro, a town full of monuments of interest and natural attractions.
Real de Catorce
In the state of San Luis Potosí is Real de Catorce, a mining town that today has become an authentic center tourist.
San Cristóbal de las Casas
For its part, the municipality of San Cristóbal de Las Casas is located in the center of the state of Chiapas. Considered as the main tourist town in the state, it stands out for its architecture and its manifestations sociocultural.
To the north of the state of Guerrero is Taxco, a town that surprises for its architectural beauty. It still preserves much of its style viceregal.
Another town that could not miss on this list is Teopoztlán, which is located in the state of Morelos. Thanks to its proximity to Mexico City, its pleasant climate and the preservation of the remains of a pyramid, has become a popular tourist destination.
In the state of Jalisco is Tequila, a town that gives its name to the well-known drink. In fact, around 250 million liters of tequila are produced here every year.
We return to the state of Michoacán to tell you about Tlalpujahua, a town that has been designated as a Magic Town thanks to its cozy rural aspect.
Tlayacapán is located in the state of Morelos and has a large diversity tourist attractions, such as the convent of San Juan Bautista.
In the state of Baja California is Todos Santos, which offers a temperate climate and ideal beaches for the practice of surf.
We also have to tell you about Toluca, a town located in the State of Mexico that offers numerous tourist attractions thanks to the heritage cultural and artistic that has kept alive the union of indigenous and Spanish culture.
Also in the state of Mexico is the Valle de Bravo, whose main attraction is the dam or lagoon, where a great variety of risk and aquatic sports are carried out.
Finally, we want to tell you about Villa Santiago, which is located in the state of Nuevo León. Its style architecture is surprising European, especially the church of Santiago
Is this Mexico's Most Beautiful Town? — Mexico Travel Vlog #9 (April 2021)