Mexico City, Mexico's capital, is located 130 miles (209 kilometers) south of Tamazunchale, while Queretaro is 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the southwest.
Don't restrict yourself to Tamazunchale, because this region has been blessed with a treasure trove cultural and scenic attractions just waiting to be explored. Huejutla de Reyes and Landa de Matamoros are just two of the many other places worth checking out while you're in San Luis Potosi.
If you're looking for indoor entertainment, you really can't go past San Luis Potosi's excellent history museums and craft workshops. These are good places to learn a little about the region's rich cultural tapestry and perhaps find a unique memento. When the weather's great, why don't you check out San Luis Potosi's open-air markets and gardens?.
San Luis Potosi is a great place to join up with one of the city walking tours that are on offer. There are some cool ways to make the most of the great outdoors around Tamazunchale. Caving and mountain climbing are just two ways thrill seekers here can get their thrills.
Long-time travelers understand that food is a great way to uncover a destination's personality. Two regional specialties worth tracking down are asado de boda (pork with ancho chilli) are tacos potosinos (chicken, carrot and green bean tacos). San Luis Potosi desserts such as cajeta de celaya (goat’s milk caramel) are also great to try.
When it's time to leave this special part of the world, say a fond Adiós (farewell) to the interesting people you've met and the spots you've been.