Troncones

Spending a day or two in Troncones? These tips will help you get the most from your visit.

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Mexico City, the nation's capital, can be found about 200 miles to the northeast of Troncones.

Set aside time to venture to Zihuatanejo, which is only 15 miles to the southeast. Make sure that you see La Ropa Beach while you're there.

If you need some novelty, visit Manzanillo Bay or Troncones Point.

If you want to experience more of the area, you can head 15 miles to Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo. Here, you can explore Potosi Refuge and Linda Beach.

To truly comprehend the core of the area, you must acquaint yourself with its unique smells and tastes. Try out the local traditions at some of the restaurants, bars and cafés.

Beans and pork are just two quality ingredients in this destination.

Eat like the locals by tasting esquites (mexican corn salad) and tamales.

Make your mouth water with one of the area's sweet delicacies, arroz con leche (rice with milk).

Refresh yourself with a glass of the local brew. Dos Equis is a good choice.

You may not feel as though you've experienced everything this destination has to offer without tasting café de olla (cinnamon coffee), a non-alcoholic beverage that is popular among locals.

Find a comfortable bar, have a chat with a couple of the locals and have a sip of one of the most popular alcoholic drinks in the region, tejuino.

If you're after the perfect wine to pair with your dinner, why not try a bottle of sauvignon blanc or viognier?

As you prepare to embark on your journey, do what the astute travelers do and take the time to learn a few handy lines in Spanish. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" is Spanish for "Would you like to dance with me?" "Este caballero pagará por todo" is also worthwhile knowing. It means "This gentleman will pay for everything".

The 16th of September is the day when the nation's people celebrate Independence Day. There might be special events and festivities if you are visiting at that time.

You've had plenty of laughs, you've chilled out and you might have given your camera a good workout. When it's time to spend your final Mexican pesos and say "Adiós" to Mexico, you'll already be thinking about what a great time you've had.

Alas, vacations don't go on forever, so when the time comes to go back home, head to the nearest airport. It's 20 miles to the southeast of Troncones.

Accommodation in Troncones

At the moment, Troncones doesn't have a wide range of tourism accommodation listed on our Troncones lodging deals page, so book ahead if you have somewhere specific in mind.

The Present Moment Retreat and Roberto's Bistro are your best accommodation options in Troncones.


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