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Magical Towns

A Magical Town is a small location that preserves aliveits legends, its culture, as its pure Mexican charmtowns that are the typical reflection of Mexico´sspirit.

Mexico is a country full of artistic, cultural and humanwealth. Among these are a number of towns –quite a few,in fact– that are authentic jewels, representative of ourhistorical traditions. In light of this, the Mexican government, through a Tourism Ministry program called MagicalTowns, or “Pueblos Mágicos” in Spanish, has providedsupport to several small towns around Mexico that reflectthe regional folklore, tradition and culture of the country.At present, 44 towns have been named “magical,” andeach offers a special attraction for visitors.

Pueblos Magicos - Real de Asientos
Pueblos Magicos - San Miguel
Pueblos Magicos - Bernal

Pueblos Magicos - Tlalpujuahua
Pueblos Magicos - Tequila
Pueblos Magicos - Cuetzalan

Pueblos Magicos - Taxco
Pueblos Magicos - Tepozotlan
Pueblos Magicos - Papantla

Pueblos Magicos - Creel
Pueblos Magicos - Valle de Bravo
Pueblos Magicos - Tepoztlan Morelos

Pueblos Magicos - Jerez
Pueblos Magicos - Mexcaltitlan
Pueblos Magicos - Santiago Monterrey

Pueblos Magicos - San Cristobal de las casas
Pueblos Magicos - Parras
Pueblos Magicos - Huasca

Pueblos Magicos - Real del Monte
Pueblos Magicos - Alamos
Pueblos Magicos - Cosala

Pueblos Magicos - Comala
Pueblos Magicos - Real de Catorce
Pueblos Magicos - Huamantla

Pueblos Magicos - Todos los Santos
Pueblos Magicos - Bacalar
Pueblos Magicos - Mier

Pueblos Magicos - Capulalpan
Pueblos Magicos - El Fuerte
Pueblos Magicos - Izamal

 

Other Magical Towns: Taxco in Guerrero, Tepozotlán, Vallede Bravo and Malinalco in Estado de Mexico (State of México); San Cristóbal de las Casas in Chiapas; Parras de Fuente inCoahuila; Huasca de Ocampo, Real del Monte and Mineral delChico in Hidalgo; Álamos in Sonora; Cosalá in Sinaloa; Comaláin Colima; Real de Catorce in San Luis Potosí; Huamantla in Tlaxcala; Todos los Santos in Baja California; Bacalar in Quintana Roo; Mier and Tula in Tamaulipas; El Fuerte in Sinaloa;Tapijulapa in Tabasco; Tepoztlán and Tlayacapan in Morelos.