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Just 50 miles from Mexico City, balmy Cuernavaca, Morelos, has been adopted as a place of rest and recreation by many visitors, from Aztec emperors and conquerors to princes, artists and a large number of retirees.
Toluca is famous for Los Portales, a monumental set of arches completed in the 19th century. It is also known for its cathedral, which is an excellent architectural representation of the Neo-Classical style.
Thanks to an intense development during the colonial period, the city of Tlaxcala is the proud guardian of a significant architectural heritage, stunning landscapes and warm people.
Pachuca is the getaway for those looking for dreamy landscapes, rich culture, nature and comfort. Of note are the Pulque Haciendas, 19th century grand haciendas dedicated to the production of pulque, a traditional drink considered sacred by the Aztecs. It's made from the fermented sap of maguey plants.
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