Mira a la descripcion del zócalo. It is the same place, and it is corresponding nicely with the church. Contemplation and admiration, inside looking out, outside looking in?
We loved everything about Taxco. We normally stay away from very touristy places and Taxco certainly is touristy, but it seemed to us to be mainly Mexican tourists. We didn't see any tourist busses or large groups with guided tours. And we were even there on Dia de Muertos. The square is a lovely and one of the prettiest plaza's... More
This busy plaza is always buzzing with activity. People from all over the world can be found here in the silver shops, cafes and restaurants. Beautiful traditional baskets, wall hangings, painted pottery and the like can be bought for a song from the multitude of indigenous street vendors selling their handmade products. Extremely friendly locals and plentiful helpful police make... More
I'm not incredibly familiar with Mexican plazas but this one was a joy. Artisans, hawkers, schoolkids, seniors combined with pleasant seating under laurel trees. Restaurants and shops surround the square and continue along any of the streets leading off. Lots of life here! And of course the domination of the church on one side and the statue of Christ on... More
After hiking up and down the hills of Taxco it was nice to sit and rest for a while in this small but nice little square. It is right in the middle of much in Taxco with the main church (Santa Prisca) right next door plus museums, hotels, restaurants, and many of Taxco's silver shops within minutes. The square is... More
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