All about Hidalgo
Hidalgo is one of the states of the wonderful country of Mexico. It borders several states such as Tlaxcala, among others. Come and get to know its natural attractions, its magical towns and much more.
Hidalgo tourist site
One of the most visited tourist places in Hidalgo could be Pachuca de Soto, the capital of this beautiful state. It is also known as ”la bella airosa” because its climate is somewhat windier than other locations.
With a mining tradition, it is one of the most important centers of these characteristics that still exist in the country. Among the many places to visit are the Convent of San Francisco, a building built in the seventeenth century or the Parish of the Assumption.
Museums are a must during a vacation dedicated to tourism and that is why we recommend a visit to the Museum of Hñahñú Culture. Inside the museum there are various objects that will help you to know everything about this culture.
We also suggest visiting the former convent of San Miguel Arcángel, one of the most important buildings still standing and with a great history behind it. For visitors who want to see a more natural part of the city, we recommend visiting the Tolantongo caves, without a doubt a must-see in the municipality.
It is one of the most frequented sites by tourists when they arrive in Ixmiquilpan and for a spectacular reason: it is composed of hot springs where you can relax for a long time while you get rid of your worries.
It is one of the most frequently visited sites by tourists when they arrive in Ixmiquilpan and for a spectacular reason: it is composed of hot springs where you can relax for a long time while you get rid of worries.
The magical town of Huasca de Ocampo has one of the greatest natural attractions in the country, the Basaltic Prisms. These are columns of volcanic past with geometric formations made of basalt. It was the cooling of the lava with the water that generated its curious shape.
In addition to enjoying its beauty, you can also enjoy multiple activities that will please both adults and children. You can rent boats, spend the day in the resort’s swimming pools and, of course, stay overnight in cozy cabins equipped with all services.
Nor can we forget another essential place in Hidalgo and that is the municipality of Huichapan, which in the Nahuatl language means ”river of the willows”. It is one of the magical towns of the country since 2012 due to the union of different architectural styles of all the buildings in the city, among other qualities.
There converge buildings of a religious nature, such as the Chapel of Our Lord of Calvary, or of great historical importance, such as the Chapitel building. In addition, those who always want to experience contact with nature will be able to do so in the ecotourism park.
And if you want to indulge yourself during your days off, we recommend a full day of pampering and spa in its many spas: El Saucillo, Chichimequillas and many more.