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NATURAL PARADISE SURROUNDED BY VOLCANIC DOMES

This picturesque town in Hidalgo is located in a large valley surrounded by volcanic domes and a cluster of walnut trees.

Its narrow cobblestone streets and ancestral quarry houses with flourishing and aromatic interior gardens give it a unique atmosphere.

It is located 150 km from Pachuca, 98 km from Querétaro, and 196 km from Mexico City.

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What to See in Tecozautla

Tourist Attractions of Tecozautla

Plaza Principal (Main Plaza)

It has a beautiful main square where the majesty of the municipal clock stands out, a quarry tower from the early 20th century with a clear European influence.

Templo y Ex Convento de Santiago Apóstol (Temple)

This temple is a good example of colonial architecture. It is a Franciscan construction from the 16th century, of which a small cloister has been preserved.

Los Arcos Aqueduct

This construction dates back to 1702 and emerges within gardens and trees. It is quite an experience to walk among this row of three semicircular arches.

Tecozautla Tower

It is a construction that is an icon of the town and was built during the Porfiriato era in a neoclassical style.

Pañhe Community

It is located very close to the Magical Town. It is mainly made up of artisans, with a variety of workshops where stone carving and basketry are practiced.

Pañhú Archaeological Zone

This interesting site belongs to the Xajay culture and is located in the northwest of Tecozautla on top of a hill.

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Banzhá Cave Paintings

They are located very close to the town of Tecozautla. Here, a snake with 13 human figures dancing around it stands out.

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Boyé Cave Paintings

It is very interesting to explore these paintings where some human figures can be clearly seen.

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What to Do in Tecozautla

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN TECOZAUTLA

Visit the Cave Paintings

Explore the Taxhidó Springs

Enjoy El Geiser Spa

Be amazed by a natural geyser

One of the main attractions of Tecozautla is a natural geyser, unique in Mexico, which projects a huge column of steam as part of a spa known as Balneario Spa El Geiser with pools, restaurant, relaxation palapas, hanging bridges, waterfalls, cabins, and a pleasant hotel.

Enjoy the Water Parks

In the surrounding area, there are several hot springs resorts throughout the area, such as the Taxidhó Springs and the Bothé Springs, with crystal-clear springs surrounded by fruit trees.

Experience Nature

Other natural attractions include Las Adjuntas Dam and San Antonio Dam, both with beautiful landscapes where you can take a boat ride, as well as San Antonio Canyon, with majestic walls and geological formations, where the silhouette of a stone virgin can be distinguished.

Tecozautla is a perfect blend of adventure and tranquility. 

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