Where to Go / What to Do in Cuautla

In this beautiful colonial city you will find historic-religious monuments, as the Church and Ex-Convent of Santo Domingo de Guzman, the Church and Ex-Convent of San Diego and the modest Indian chapels of Santa Barbara and Gualupita. Among tourists, Cuautla is popular for its healing and relaxing mineral fresh water springs. Currently you can enjoy its benefits in the facilities of a comfortable spa as Agua Hedionda, supplying sulfurous waters; Agua Linda, Las Tazas, Los Limones or El Almeal.

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