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Fantastic colorful restaurant Los Colorines, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico
Fantastic colorful restaurant Los Colorines, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico

Tepoztlán Morelos Side A and B

Tepoztlán Morelos Side A and B Chapter 01

 

Destinations’ Analysis by Franco Magno

 

Hi everybody, my Magno followers. Once again, I bring you 25 years of traveling insider experience in Mexico. Experience moments that taught me good and hard lessons too.

Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico
Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico

I can say here in these lines with so much pride, this fantastic, quaint, and amazing geographical Mexican provincial setting is the guilty one that now I’m typing down these sentences.

Tepoztlán, Morelos state, made me travel blogger.

Long ago, I remember those sunny days when a skinny, blond Mexican teenager was waiting for the bus at the “Central de Autobuses del Sur” in southern Mexico City. That boy is me.

 

 

Franco Magno in one of the many tours to the Tepozteco hill, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico
Franco Magno in one of the many tours to the Tepozteco hill, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico

I was 21 years old. My first visit to this Mexican living jewel was in October 1997. Since that day, I’ve visited Tepoztlán over 20 times.

Do you know? It’s like a little far, spring friend that every time that I step into its lands, it receives me with joy and full of pleasant surprises.

I cannot continue anymore with these sweet, charming memories, or I’ll start crying.

Tepoztlán Morelos represents too much in my travel blogger career that I can easily say part of my traveler essence resides here. I love you love you!! with all my heart!! Tepoztlán! Sacred, holly Mexican valley.

A view of the Tepoztlán Sacred Valley, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico
A view of the Tepoztlán Sacred Valley, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico

Tepoztlán, a “Pueblo Mágico” (magical village) in the eternal spring Morelos’s state.

A beautiful gem nestled among a pristine boulder range, authoritative place to heal your body and energy, a must-visit in a bucket list, a unique and bold presence that will change your vision of how a magical Mexican village is.

This little magical village located north of Morelos state reunites such an amazing set of attractions and tourist options. It certainly creates some confusion about the ideal point where to start a tour.

Sunset falls over the hills of Tepoztlán Sacred Valley
Sunset falls over the hills of Tepoztlán Sacred Valley

So, here I go into Magno side A and B for Tepoztlán village, state of Morelos.

 

Side A

 

A typical small village, easy traveling. Everything is near.

Visitors can find primary and extended tourist services in a close radius from the Historic square no more than 1 kilometer or 0.6 miles away; restaurants, hotels, spas, “Temazcales” (Mexican sacred and body healing type of sauna.)

A view of a church tower in the Barrio de la Santísima, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico
A view of a church tower in the Barrio de la Santísima, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico

Mystic shops, cultural and archeological attractions, everything is close within walking, biking, or horsing (Yap, horsing too in Tepoztlán) distance.

An ancient Aztec pyramid at the top of the “Tepozteco” hill. Well, I can spend hours and hours describing Tepoztlán wonders.

Fantastic colorful restaurant Los Colorines, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico
Fantastic colorful restaurant Los Colorines, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico

 

Side B

 

Slippery when wet. El “Tepozteco,” hill. Iconic place safeguarding the Aztec pyramid for “OmeTochtli” (Two rabbit in former Náhuatl language), is a thrilling and unforgettable ride when you go all the way up.

All this path up is plenty with slabs, which makes it an excellent and mystical trip all the road up.

 

Is it raining? Take care. Those slabs take a blackish, idyllic color but will become so slippery that a fast-paced coming down can turn into an injuring fall off. I’ve seen it several times.

 

So, the Magno Recommendation will be this one.

 

Walk and walk all around Tepoztlán and watch your step when wet.

Slippery slabs in rainy season on the way up to the Tepozteco hill, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico
Slippery slabs in rainy season on the way up to the Tepozteco hill, Tepoztlán, Morelos state, Mexico

Tepoztlán cobblestone streets give it a sense of uniqueness, an air of Mexican provincial spot that cannot go unnoticed to the perception of fine-tuned travelers.

I know cobblestone cities exist in several other world cities.

However, it isn’t this picturesque view only, the one that catches journeyers’ eyes.

It’s the symphony of typical Mexican elements that make Tepoztlán a Magical Village a must on a tour to Mexico.

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