Tepoztlán stands out for the elaboration of the role of amate that dates back to pre-Hispanic times. The town has a particular atmosphere in which architectural wealth and legends cause visitors to travel to another time....

Xochimilco, which in náhuatl means ” Field of Flowers “, differs for a series of rain channels that exist from the pre-Hispanic epoch, when the Valley of Mexico was shaped by lakes and lagoons almost in its entirety....

The Magic Town of Taxco de Alarcón, known as the Ciudad Teatro, in recognition of the playwright Juan Ruiz de Alarcón, annually celebrates the Alarconian Days and turns the city into a space of performing arts....

The Archaeological Zone of Teotihuacán is located in the state of Mexico, it is considered one of the most important prehispanic sites discovered to this day. It is material testimony of one of the best planned and extensive prehispanic cities of the ancient world....