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Magda Childers wrote a review Nov. 2020
Orondo93 contributions29 helpful votes
A beautiful Italian village 💕 My friend took me for a trip and oh surprise when we arrived. Perfect Italian village with opportunity to buy land, a 360 degrees beauty - Restaurants to almost all kind of food, stores with hand made craft and beautiful landscapes. You most visit 💕
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Fernando D wrote a review Sep. 2020
Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico273 contributions48 helpful votes
Very near from México city, is located this kind of village which is part of residential buildings but is open to visitors and tourists. The facilities are incredible and very beautiful, it's Italian classic style and there are many stores, galleries and restaurants where you can buy art and have dinner and ice creams. Very recommended to visit the place for a couple of hours and there's an offer of hotels to book, it's pet friendly and all kind of payments are accepted and car park is available. Please, be aware that all conditions to avoid covid19 are in place such as wearing masks and gel
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lizet G wrote a review Jan. 2020
2 contributions2 helpful votes
A beautiful magical yet quaint town, with amazing boutique shops. The environment is very charming with lots of delicious food, I couldn't get enough I wanted to stay longer. We've already booked a trip back in March.
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Date of experience: September 2019
FamilyO wrote a review Jan. 2020
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We visited Val’Quirico for lunch on a weekday after visiting Ex-Hacienda Chautla. By itself, Val’Quirico is very small for a day, but it’s worth it to visit if you combine with another location or as a stop on the way to Puebla. We enjoyed our time, although on a Monday most shops were closed. We ate at the “burger” restaurant and had lasagna, arrachera, and a burger. Everything was great!
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Date of experience: December 2019
Gian P wrote a review Nov. 2019
Mexico City, Mexico27 contributions6 helpful votes
This place is near the city of Puebla and it’s on the way from Mexico City. It’s an urban development of restaurants, stores and houses with architecture inspired on the Italian province of Tuscany. Although it’s not really old, the place is very well built and it gives you a really cool vibe while you’re exploring it’s streets. You can find really nice stores, restaurants and bars with live entertainment. Val Quirico is so nice, that we’re already planning our return and staying a night there. You can also visit it from Puebla, which is about 40 minutes away.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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