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About Pachuca

The city of Pachuca is the capital of the Mexican State of Hidalgo and is locate...

Where to Stay in Pachuca

HOLIDAY INNN PACHUCA 5 stars International hotel franchise with wireless Inter...

Where to Eat in Pachuca

LA CARRETA Mexican cuisine. Mariano Matamoros 20-B Phone (771) 712 4207 LA...

Where to Go / What to Do in Pachuca

PARTIDO DE FUTBOL The Tuzos soccer team belongs to Club de Futbol Pachuca and ...

Nightlife in Pachuca

UNIVERSIDAD DEL FUTBOL From high school to postgraduate, this university suppor...

Schools in Pachuca

Education institutions also satisfy the local demand of the population for each ...

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