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A MAGICAL PLACE TO RECHARGE YOUR ENERGY

This place is considered one of the most attractive locations in the state.

It is a mystical place where its natural surroundings, traditions, and history come together to create a magic that transforms all its visitors.

Its festivities, crafts, and traditions are a synthesis of three cultural roots: Nahua-Xochimilca, Spanish-European, and African. This synthesis reaches its maximum expression in the Chinelo dance, which takes place during the carnival held in February.

It is located in the state of Morelos, at the foothills of the Tepozteco Hill, only 26 km (30 minutes) from Cuernavaca and 82 km (1 hour and 15 minutes) from Mexico City.

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What to See in Tepoztlán

Tourist Attractions of Tepoztlán

Barrios (Neighborhoods)

The town is divided into eight neighborhoods, all with steep cobbled streets that retain their original layout from colonial times. Each one has its own particular flavor, so you can explore them and see which one is your favorite.

Ex Convento de Nuestra Señora de la Natividad (Ex-Convent)

Tepoztlán is home to the Ex-Convent of Our Lady of the Nativity, declared a World Heritage Site. Dating back to the 16th century, it is adorned with beautiful paintings inside and houses the Museum of the Nativity, which showcases aspects of the regional culture. The decoration of the arch on the atrium facade is modified every year and reflects the town's traditions and culture.

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Carlos Pellicer Pre-Hispanic Art Museum

This small museum exhibits a collection of approximately a thousand archaeological pieces from the poet Carlos Pellicer, representing cultures such as the Olmec, Maya, Zapotec, Totonac, among others. It features a fragment of the ancient god Ometochtli Tepuztécatl found in the Tepozteco archaeological zone at the top of the hill of the same name.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Iglesia de San Miguel (Church)

In its atrium, there is a beautiful kiosk, and it is distinguished by a tower adorned with lizards, which are the emblem of the San Miguel neighborhood.

Archaeological Site de Tepoztlán

One of the places you can't miss is the Tepozteco archaeological zone, just a few steps from the springs. To access it, you need to be in good physical condition, but the panoramic view from the top and being next to the pyramid is an unforgettable experience.

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What to Do in Tepoztlán

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN TEPOZTLÁN

Visit the Archaeological Zone of Tepoztlán

Enjoy the Temachtiani Quetzalcóatl Community Ecotourism Center

Explore El Tepozteco National Park

Enjoy Nature

This Magical Town is surrounded by three natural parks: Chichinautzin, El Texcal, and El Tepozteco. El Tepozteco, in particular, emits energy, and it takes about an hour to climb to the pyramid.

At the top, from the adoratory dedicated to the Mexica warriors, there is a spectacular view of the extensive valleys of Morelos.

Feel the magic of Tepoztlán

There are several places that offer temazcal ceremonies and spaces designed for meditation, allowing you to relax and connect with your inner self.

Explore the shops

You can visit the various craft stores that sell not only locally made pieces but also items like batiks and African masks. Additionally, you'll find a wide variety of products, including homemade jams and beautiful paintings by local artists.

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