Taxco Vacation Packages
Taxco is located approximately 70 miles (113 kilometers) from Mexico City, the country's capital.
Guerrero is firmly established on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is simple. Make sure you schedule in plenty of time to tour the incredible range of scenic and cultural wonders this region has to share. Puente de Ixtla, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the west, and Mazatepec is situated 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest.
When vacationing in Taxco, why not make a day trip to Toluca. Approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the north, this regional city is home to San Carlos Golf Club, The Cosmovitral and Nevado de Toluca National Park. Toluca has a lot to offer those happy to explore a little deeper. Zacango Zoo, Galerias Metepec Shopping Center and Las Americas Plaza are just a sample of the other interesting places worth visiting.
The area around Taxco is known for its fine old towns; these are wonderful testaments to the region's rich past. Guerrero is graced with some significant cathedrals and other sites of spiritual importance, ideal places to get a taste of the region's gentler side.
If you are seeking a different way to see Guerrero, try parasailing. This spot has a number of great places to enjoy fishing, so check you leave room in your schedule to fit it in. Swimming is another popular activity here.
As your adventure ends, you'll be sure to bid Taxco a sad "Adiós"
Accommodation in Taxco
Taxco features various business and tourism accommodation to suit people from all walks of life. Using Expedia's hotels guide you can compare as many as 21 Taxco accommodation options.
Visitors with an eye for life's little luxuries are sure to enjoy the Hotel Montetaxco, at Fracc Lomas De Taxco Col Lomas, and the La Casa del Laurel, at Juan Ruiz de Alarcon No. 25. In a similar upmarket price range, there is also the Hotel Agua Escondida and the Hotel Emilia Castillo. The Hotel Agua Escondida is housed at Plaza Borda No. 4, Centro, while the Hotel Emilia Castillo can be found at Juan Ruiz de Alarcon No. 7.