Uncover the enchanting hidden haciendas of Hidalgo, Mexico. Step into a world of history, culture, and magic as you explore these architectural gems. Journey through time and create unforgettable memories in the heart of Mexico's heritage.
The state of Hidalgo is located in the heart of Mexico, to the north of Mexico City. Pachuca, the capital of the state, is a windswept city with a neoclassical clock tower, colonial buildings including the Spanish baroque San Francisco Church, and the Museo de Minera museum, which details the region's mining history. Tula, an ancient city in the west, is a relic of the Toltec Empire, with its pyramids and massive stone columns carved into the likenesses of soldiers.
Unleash the spirit of Mexican Independence in Dolores Hidalgo, birthplace of revolution. Explore historic sites, marvel at Talavera pottery, and immerse yourself in the echoes of a nation's fight for freedom.
Located 1780 meters above sea level, the mining town of Zimapán has a mild climate, a rich history, and unexpectedly beautiful locations that belie its humble beginnings as a colonial outpost.
Civil Protection personnel was alerted about the presence of a two-meter ( 6-foot) snake in one of the hot springs pools at Las Grutas de Tolantongo.
The Bengal tiger did not show any aggressive behavior, even a man managed to hold it in a house in the municipality of Mixquiahuala, in Hidalgo.
Read about the seven magical towns that exist in Hidalgo, as well as their gastronomy, tourist attractions, and cultural experiences they offer.
When you visit Atotonilco el Grande, you will realize that the splendor of history rises majestically before the wonders that this land possesses. It is a territory with an enormous diversity of natural beauties, also inhabited by cheerful and hospitable people always ready to welcome tourists.