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Espacio Cultural "Aquí estuvo Zapata" - CLOSED

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Espacio Cultural "Aquí estuvo Zapata" - CLOSED

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Calle Matamoros 20, Cuernavaca 62000 Mexico
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Tour to Taxco and Cuernavaca
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Tour to Taxco and Cuernavaca

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Dare to discover two jewels of Colonial Mexico and discover why Cuernavaca is considered the city of eternal spring and admire Taxco, a picturesque corner of cobblestone streets and silver mines that will make you fall in love.<br><br>Our tour starts with a view of Cuernavaca, a city with a cool and warm climate close to Cdmx that has exuberant vegetation and is recognized as the Beverly Hills of Mexico. You will visit incredible attractions such as the Palacio de Cortés built at the time of the conquest, the main Cathedral and the Monument of Morelos, etc.<br><br>After visiting this beautiful city, enjoy the scenery while continuing to Taxco. This small city, with its cobbled streets, shaded squares and vibrant markets, was once known throughout the world as the City of La Plata. After lunch (optional) there will be plenty of time to explore this bustling city and you can buy jewelry before boarding the bus that will take you back to Mexico City.<br>
US$30.54 per adult
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Darby H wrote a review Feb 2018
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but it was still neat to hang out in the plaza of the old hotel, and imagine zapata and his army kicking it there. beautiful.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Illysa I wrote a review Jul 2016
Columbia, Maryland141 contributions33 helpful votes
The art is brilliant -- poignant and beautiful. This is a small museum and costs pennies to enter so a reasonable place to take small children. There is space for them to run around while you read the descriptions of the art :) The young docent did a great job and was obviously enthusiastic about his subject.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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