Packages in Huatusco
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Huatusco Vacation Packages
Huatusco Vacation Packages
The major city of Veracruz stands 55 miles to the east of Huatusco.
The Church of San Antonio de Padua is a great site to visit if you'd like to learn more about the spiritual side of the region or you just want to relax.
Once you've finalized your travel dates, purchase tickets for some of the shows you are eager to see at the Solleiro Theater.
Travelers enjoy spending a few hours at Alameda Chicuellar.
Tourists often spend time at Lazaro Cardenas Park and Fortin de las Flores Church in Fortin de las Flores, approximately 17 miles away. Cordoba, another great option, is located an easy 18 miles out of Huatusco. Have a look around town and drop into Cordoba Cathedral and Church of San Jose Obrero.
Approximately 20 miles to the north of Huatusco is Coatepec, a regional center that's home to Church of Guadaloupe, Coatepec Market and Hidalgo Park. And if there's still time, try Church of San Jeronimo and La Granada Waterfall.
To really embrace the soul of the region, be sure to accustom yourself with its unique scents and dishes. Try out the local culinary customs at some of the restaurants and cafés.
You may not have given much thought to the virtues of beans and pork in the past, but you will probably learn a bit about these quality local ingredients on this trip.
Esquites (mexican corn salad) and tamales are examples of much-loved menu items sure to provide visitors with the characteristic taste of Mexico.
Scrumptious treats, like arroz con leche (rice with milk), are always delightful.
Invigorate yourself with a glass or two of the local brew. Dos Equis won't disappoint.
You won't feel as though you've truly experienced this location without enjoying a sip or two of café de olla (cinnamon coffee), an alcohol-free beverage the locals love.
For something stronger, ask the bartender for tejuino and propose a toast to the many wonders of Mexico.
Why not treat your palette and order some wine to have with your meal? Sauvignon blanc and viognier are just a couple of the popular options.
You've had plenty of laughs, you've chilled out and you might have taken thousands of photos. When the time arrives to use the last handful of Mexican pesos and say "Adiós" to Mexico, you'll already be reminiscing over all the magical times you've had.
If you're looking for the nearest airport to Huatusco, it's 25 miles to the northeast.
Accommodation in Huatusco
We suggest that you make reservations for a place to stay as soon as your dates are confirmed, since Expedia's Huatusco lodging page currently doesn't have a big range of accommodations.