Atlacomulco

Is Atlacomulco nowhere to be seen on your travel bucket list? That isn't surprising! It's off the beaten path, but still worth going to.

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Atlacomulco Vacation Packages

Just 55 miles to the southeast of Atlacomulco is the city of Mexico City, while 120 miles to the southeast you'll find Puebla.

Feel the ocean breeze in your hair at Las Gatas Island Beach Break, 55 miles to the southeast of Atlacomulco, or Playa Palmilla, 40 miles to the north.

To make the most of your time in the area, try and get out to El Oro de Hidalgo. It's approximately 14 miles away from Atlacomulco, and is where you can find Dos Estrella Mine and Sanctuary of Carmen. Another location that shouldn't be overlooked is Ixtlahuaca de Rayon, around 17 miles away. This is where you can check out El Santuario del Senor del Cerrito and Universidad de Ixtlahuaca CUI.

About 40 miles to the east of Atlacomulco is San Miguel Vindho, a regional hotspot where travelers can find Serpent Wall, Tula Archaeological Site and Temple of the Morning Star. If there's time for more, some other great places are Burnt Palace and Handicraft Market.

Head outdoors and make your own adventure. You can go mountain biking and rock climbing.

The Mexico, Estado de area provides visitors with plenty of calming activities in the great outdoors, such as cycling and shore fishing.

Merge education and recreation by signing yourself up for one of the region's group tours, such as guided nature walks and city walking tours.

You might be interested in going parasailing during your time in Mexico, Estado de and get an awe-inspiring view of its undulating landscapes.

Swimming and canoeing are a couple of the fun and exciting excuses you'll have to take a dive here.

Learn about the different flavors of Mexico, Estado de by sampling its popular food and drinks.

Don't pack your bags for home without sampling caracoles con nopales (snails with cactus) and esquites (mexican corn salad).

After the main course dishes are cleared away, treat yourself to some delicious tunas (cactus fruit).

The true soul of a country echoes not just in its architecture, but also in the cadences of its language. Learning a few simple greetings and expressions in Spanish will make your stay infinitely richer. Buenas tardes translates to good afternoon. There's also Mucho gusto Encantado, which is used to say pleased to meet you.

Visiting during the 16th of September offers you a first-hand impression of Independence Day.

The only downside of taking a vacation is that, eventually, it will come to an end. While it may be a bit tough saying "Adiós" to Atlacomulco, keep in mind that it's always possible to return!

If you intend on traveling by air, keep in mind that the handiest airport is roughly 35 miles to the southeast.

Accommodation in Atlacomulco

You won't find a huge range of hotels near Atlacomulco, so be sure to check out the latest listings and deals on Expedia's Atlacomulco hotels guide.

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