Where to Go / What to Do in Tehuacán

During your visit to Tehuacan you can enjoy a pleasant walk along its old Historic Center, where you can admire the beautiful colonial temples like Catedral de Tehotihuacan constructed in 1724; the Ex-Convent and Iglesia del Carmen, of baroque architecture; and the Ex-Convent and Church of San Francisco, constructed in the XVI century. Without forgetting to enter the beautiful Palacio Municipal, hosting an extraordinary mural that graphically represents the history of the city and the five regions composing the Valley of Tehuacan. SPRINGS Famous for its healing and invigorating mineral waters, Tehuacan is the city of the springs derived from the melting ice of Pico de Orizaba that have given world fame to this beautiful city. Visit the springs Peñafiel, Garci Crespo and San Lorenzo in a tour guided by a tour operator. San Lorenzo is the only spring open to the general public and has a public spa. SPAS At Tehuacan you can enjoy pleasant moments in the three spas offering fun moments at its swimming pools and kid pools, as well as intense sports on the rock climbing wall, tennis and soccer courts, among others. Besides having all the necessary facilities like restrooms, food court, huts and parking lots. These spas are Parque Acuático San Lorenzo, Villa Alegría and Parque Aventura Extreme. MUSEO DEL VALLE DE TEHUACAN The central focus of the permanent exhibit of archeological pieces of the valley is the wild and domestic corn fossils, dating as far back as 5,200 B.C. Located inside the Complejo Cultural El Carmen. Reforma Norte #210 Col. Centro.

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