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Templo Caucalli

Malinalco 52440, Mexico
01 714 1472129
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Fun and excercise

It takes a while to get to the top, but once you make it, the view is worth it.. this used to be a... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2017
Tampico, Mexico
via mobile
Limited Access to Temple

The walk up takes less than half an hour and there are signs along the way (mainly in Spanish and... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Malinalco 52440, Mexico
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Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

It takes a while to get to the top, but once you make it, the view is worth it.. this used to be a training center for Aztec warriors.. and the vibe all around is awesome

Thank 125Annie
Reviewed 27 September 2016

The walk up takes less than half an hour and there are signs along the way (mainly in Spanish and local dialect.) you're also rewarded with lovely flowers and views on your way up. Once you reach the site, it's a very short climb up...More

Thank svsp
Reviewed 19 September 2016

This is part of the Malinalco attractions and needs some climbing on steps to get to the top. The views from above are breathtaking. One can get to know about the Native Indian tribe culture and history.

Thank JupiterNine
Reviewed 2 June 2016

Sure- Mexico experts know this little temple which is about 1 1/2 hours drive from the capital but for the normal foreign tourist it is quite unkown until he is led there by some Mexican friends. And it is worth the visit: the arqueological zone...More

Thank oldgerman66
Reviewed 18 April 2016

Great place to visit; an amazing view from the top. The archeological site is beautiful. a great achievement after climbing over 400 steps to the top.

Thank Juan Luis C
Reviewed 23 November 2015

One of the most important monolithics constructions all around the world, compared with the temples of Ellora in southern India, Petra in the large valley running from the Dead Sea and Abu Simbel in the egyptian culture. A magical place almost at the top of...More

Thank hugocge
Reviewed 20 August 2015

Easy to get to Malinalco, even if you are not driving, colorful town, delicious and wide variety of fodd, handcrafts, pools, nice horels and also cheap ones, but climbig to the temple and getting there is just surpriseing, you will be at a place where...More

Thank Comanche53
Reviewed 20 July 2015 via mobile

Good trip for an hour or two. Our boys were not so impressed but we enjoyed the site. The climb is not that hard and it is worth it if you like ancient sites.

Thank Corneel K
Reviewed 6 July 2015 via mobile

Having travelled to several 'sacred' sites around the world, what i loved about this site is its quietness and peaceful setting. It is an easy walk up the steps with lovely views of the green canopy and valley. A wonderful place for some inner reflection...More

Thank Iprosser
Reviewed 5 April 2015

I liked everything about this temple. It is very unique and if you travel there during the week you can enjoy the architecture and the views of the valley below without any crowd whatsoever.

Thank kopali s
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