Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato
It was here that the pries Miguel Hidalgo rang Doleres Bell to summon the population to fight for Mexican Independence. The bell now hangs at the National Government Building in the nation's capital.

Queretaro, Queretaro
Art nouveau-style fountain in the state capital's Zenea Garden. Conspiracy took form in the mayor's house to plot for Independence.

Tequisquiapan, Queretaro
The hotel Villa Antigua is just one of the relaxing retreats offering excellent service in balmy climate, in and around this pretty little town.

Teotihuacan, Zona Arqueologica
"City of Gods" is full of magnificent architecture, sculpting and paintings of its builders. 

City of Tlaxcala, 90 minutes from Mexico City by road.

The impressive 16th-century Dominican monastery stands out against the mountainous backdrop of this unique town, which every 8th of September holds pre-Hispanic festival in honor of Tepoztecatl the god of pulque (Cactus sap).

Curenavaca, Morelos
Hernan Cortes Palace, on imposing medieval-style fortress, was built on the foundations of razed pyramid. The lower was added in 19th century in the fore ground, pre-Columbian monolith.

Taxco, Guerrero
This old town, now national historic monument, is less than 3 hours by road from Mexican capital, which makes it the perfect place for weekend getaway.

Acapulco, Guerrero
Fine services and scenic attractions in the grand 50-year-old resort are in the year around.

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