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Tulancingo Vacation Packages
Tulancingo Vacation Packages
Tulancingo can be found 65 miles from Mexico City, the nation's capital city.
Spend an afternoon watching the C.F. Pachuca in action. Hidalgo Stadium is 25 miles west of Tulancingo. If you're fortunate enough to get tickets to a C.F. Pachuca match while you're in the region, you'll be blown away by the team's tenacity.
The wider region has a lot to offer tourists. Acatlan and Huasca De Ocampo are two fantastic destinations that your family will appreciate.
Approximately 25 miles to the west of Tulancingo is Pachuca, a regional center where you can visit Independence Square, the Monumental Clock of Pachuca and Plaza Q Pachuca. Mineral del Chico National Park and David Ben Gurion Park are more great additions to your to do list.
Make sure you take your tastebuds on a tour of this region's cafés and restaurants.
Keep your eyes peeled for beans and pork, two popular ingredients in the district.
No stay in the area would be complete without sampling esquites (mexican corn salad) and tamales.
You can't take off from here without at least trying arroz con leche (rice with milk).
Dos Equis is sure to quench your thirst. Spend an evening seeing some mates while sipping on this much-loved brew.
Follow your meal with café de olla (cinnamon coffee), a non-alcoholic beverage that's popular in the region.
If you're looking for a casual way to connect with the locals here, taste tejuino, a popular spirit.
To prolong your pleasant evening, go out for a glass or two of wine. Try some sauvignon blanc and viognier.
Cross the cultural divide by whipping out a handful of handy phrases in Spanish during your visit. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" is Spanish for "Would you like to dance with me?" "This gentleman will pay for everything" is another good one to have in your arsenal, so try pronouncing "Este caballero pagará por todo".
Visitors enjoying this destination will be happy to know that the 16th of September is Independence Day, a day of celebration for the nation.
They say that all great things eventually come to an end. At the end of your vacation in Tulancingo, say "Adiós," spend the last of your Mexican pesos, and treasure those awesome times you've enjoyed.
Don't stress about catching your flight. Just remember that the closest airport is 65 miles away.