Where to go at Cuautla
The Tourist Guide of Cuautla
Cuautla is not only a city of spas, but it is also history, culture and traditions, not to mention its gastronomy. Among its main tourist attractions include the Church and Ex Convent of Santo Domingo, the Church and Ex Convent of San Diego, the Old Railway Station and the Ex Hacienda de Chimameca. Cuautla is known for its climate and its spas with aquatic diversions that make children and adults their favorite vacation destination, but the Agua Hedionda tourist center is the most visited for its radioactive properties, due to its mineral deposits that contain healing properties. .
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Iztaccihuatl - Popocatepetl National Park
This famous mountainous natural area covers an area of 25.679 hectares and covers parts of the State of Mexico, Puebla and Morelos; the Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl are the second and third highest peaks in the country, icons of the Mexican landscape. The forest vegetation consists of pines, firs, Zacatones and various flowers. The fauna of this area integrate rabbits, skunks, squirrels, gophers, gray fox, bobcat, coyotes and whitetail deer. The Mountaineers, with the necessary skills, can climb the peaks, while visitors can not walk specialized mid-mountain or hiking, mountain biking, camping, or enjoy a picnic. The best months to visit is from November to March.
Old Railway Station
On June 18, 1881, the station was inaugurated with its first public trip between Mexico City and Morelos. The steam engine 279 that it exhibits continues to work even if it is only started every second Saturday of the month. The place was also the seat of important Zapatista activity. When you visit, ask permission to board a car and experience what it was like to travel by train at the beginning of the 20th century. Do not forget to visit the Museo Vivencia Ferrocarril 279 museum, where an interesting photographic collection of objects from the station, the machine maintenance workshop, as well as the rescue and reproduction of objects typical of the station are displayed.
Not only can you enjoy typical Mexican food prepared with contemporary cooking techniques, but on weekends it can make enjoying live music, folkloric ...