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Miguel Hidalgo is one of the 16 alcaldías into which Mexico City is divided. It was created in 1970, joining the historic areas of Tacuba, Chapultepec and Tacubaya along with a number of notable neighborhoods such as Polanco and Lomas de Chapultepec. With landmarks such as Chapultepec Park and the Museo Nacional de Antropología, it is the second most visited borough in Mexico City after Cuauhtémoc, D.F. where the historic center of Mexico City is located. Wikipedia

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Pueblos Magicos Cultural Tour with optional Private Tour

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Hidalgo, Mexico City

Enjoy a full-day out of the city and get to know two Pueblos Magicos. See the everyday life of these colonial towns in Mexico, as they are rich in history and heritage. This tour starts at the Hacienda of the XVIII Century, where parts of the structure are still preserved, so as the arcs that were part of the patio, and the furnace where they used to extract silver. We will continue towards Huasca de Ocampo, where we will see one of the attractions, “The Basaltic Prisms”. These 30 meters tall prisms are geometric basaltic columns that decorate the walls of the impressive canyon of Santa María Regla, with its walls bathed by the four waterfalls that feed the San Antonio Regla dam and the San Miguel Regla Hacienda. The tour continues in the English pantheon, where every grave is aiming towards England. We will visit Real del Monte, and also time to taste the delicious pastes, pulque bread, nata bread, tamales and many other varieties of the cuisine of Hidalgo.

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Tolantongo Caves Small Group Tour with Swim in Hot Springs and Waterfalls

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Hidalgo, Mexico City

We will leave Mexico City first thing in the morning, to start our way to the Tolantongo Caves, in the state of Hidalgo. Once there, take a bath in its hot springs, visit the caves, estuaries, pools and waterfalls of this incredible natural paradise located 1280 meters above sea level. We will visit the “Hidden Paradise” section, made up of 40 thermal water pools and a pool with a slide. In addition, you will have access to the "Paradise Tunnel", which consists of a suspension bridge, and a restaurant area, zip line, etc. With this tour suitable for the whole family, you will have the opportunity to spend a different day and combine the relaxation of the hot springs with hiking, adventure, etc. Be amazed by the natural wealth of Mexico and take spectacular photos!

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Day Trip to Artisan Villages of Jalisco from Guadalajara

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Hidalgo, Mexico City

Visit two ancient towns, both dedicated to the making of arts & crafts and full of stories to tell. Begin your tour visiting Tonala with its rustic atmosphere. A visit to City Hall will help you learn about the history of the Tonaltecas as you see the colorful murals decorating the walls. Visit a workshop to admire the talent and creativity of the artisans. Continue to Tlaquepaque, where lovely old mansions are now shops and galleries. The tour includes a guided walk to see the monument of Hidalgo, the Historic House, the Ceramic Museum (closed on Mondays) the main plaza and the world famous Parian.

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Hidalgo Mágico (Basaltic prisms, real del monte, Pachuca)

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Hidalgo, Mexico City

We leave for the State of Hidalgo where the majestic Basaltic Prisms are located, one of the natural wonders of Mexico. Which are natural stone columns of 5 or 6 faces formed by the rapid cooling of the lava. During our visit you can walk on an impressive suspension bridge We will continue to the Magical Town “Real del Monte”, an English-style mining town famous for its traditional pastes, its old mines and the English pantheon. Once you visit Real del Monte you can not leave without tasting the paste (from the Cornish "pasti" and in English "pasty") is a food of British origin introduced to the cuisine of Hidalgo. Free time to eat. We continue to Pachuca, the capital of Hidalgo and known as "La Bella Airosa", so called since during June to October the winds reach 75 km per hour. On our way we will find the imposing Neoclassical style Monumental Clock

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Magical Towns Private tour

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Hidalgo, Mexico City

This tour starts at the beautiful Hacienda of the XVIII Century, which is one of the most famous in the State. It belonged to Pedro Romero de Terreros, Count of Regla. We will continue towards Huasca de Ocampo, where we will see one of the attractions, “The Basaltic Prisms”. These 30 meters tall prisms are geometric basaltic columns that decorate the walls of the impressive canyon of Santa María Regla, with its walls bathed by the four waterfalls that feed the San Antonio Regla dam and the San Miguel Regla Hacienda. The tour continues in the English pantheon, where every grave is aiming towards England, and apart from enjoying the view, a local will tell you interesting stories about the place. We will visit the magic town of Real del Monte, here you will have time to travel the streets, and also 4 hours to taste (on your own) the delicious pastes, pulque bread, nata bread, tamales and many other varieties of the cuisine of Hidalgo. We will then give you free time to shop.

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