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A secret gem located in the mountains of San Luis Potosí.
Drive: it is off the beaded path. For a while, I thought I was going the wrong way. Once you get off the paved road, you will be driving on a rough cobblestone road...More
After 1,3km of a gallery you’ll arrive at Real de Catorce, a small village sourranded by a desert in San Luis de Potosí reagion. There is possible to relax and make some excursion. I did the one by horse up to the Cerro Quemado, the...More
One of our number has a limp and another doesn't like horses, so the hiking and riding options were out. We wandered the streets cafe hopping and had a great time. The cobblestone streets can be treacherous but give the place an air. I went...More
After all of the Easter visitors had left, Real de Catorce became an interesting town to visit. Travel there anytime except Samana Santa and I am told October. There is really only one way in and most of the time it is clear and easy....More
Real de Catorce Is a magnificent and charming little town in the mountains of San Luis Potosi, very near Matehula. I love the history, the culture and the warmth of the people.
My husband and I were there for a day on a long weekend...More
Real de 14 is an amazing town in San Luis Potosí Mexico, famous town for having silver in the area, and al lot explorations of minerals from the 1700 from Spain and also famous for Hollywood films.
A lot to explore and a lot to...More
Real the catorce is a gem in the dessert. It's a magical little town in the mountains of San Luis Potosí.
We did the Willis and definitive I would recommend.
It's a cozy and rustic, lovely little town.
Once a very small town in ruins that has been discovered for better or worse. I lived there for four years in the nineties in a house built in the 1700's Things changed slowly. The local eateries grew and became more numerous as the town...More
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Depends on the speed of the vehicle ... leaving the road are 24 km of pavement if you go in a mercedes you may want to take care of the suspension a bit and go slow .... but if you go in an all terrain you will arrive... More
Depends on the speed of the vehicle ... leaving the road are 24 km of pavement if you go in a mercedes you may want to take care of the suspension a bit and go slow .... but if you go in an all terrain you will arrive faster.
Maybe 30 min.
I used to live in Real. The last 30 km of road from Matewala is cobblestone which makes the bus go quite slow. No big hair pin curves. Not one white knuckle moment until you reach the tunnel. But there is nothing really... More
I used to live in Real. The last 30 km of road from Matewala is cobblestone which makes the bus go quite slow. No big hair pin curves. Not one white knuckle moment until you reach the tunnel. But there is nothing really dangerous about the tunnel because traffic is highly restricted to being one way. If it helps just close your eyes until you get to the end of the tunnel. The COOLEST thing about Real is what you see at the end of the tunnel as it opens up suddenly to the high mountain village of Real.