Estado De Hidalgo Mexico

HIDALGO Travel Guide

GET TO KNOW THE STATE OF HIDALGO MEXICO

Hidalgo is a central Mexican state sprawling north of Mexico City.

The windswept state capital, Pachuca, features a neoclassical clock tower, colonial buildings like the Spanish baroque San Francisco Church, and the Museo de MinerĂ­a museum, exploring the region’s mining history.

To the west is Tula, an archaeological site with pyramids and large stone columns shaped like warriors—vestiges of the Toltec Empire.

Escudo Estado de Hidalgo

Northeast of Pachuca, the natural stone columns of the Basaltic Prisms feature a waterfall and surrounding forest trails, and the mining town of Real del Monte (Mineral del Monte) has 18th-century architecture with British influences. Close by, El Chico National Park offers woodland trails and waterfalls.

The nearby town of Huasca de Ocampo has cobbled streets and is known for its pottery.

To the state’s northwest, the city of Ixmiquilpan is home to St. Michael the Archangel Church, known for its 16th-century murals.

Northeast of Ixmiquilpan, the box canyon of Tolantongo has caves, thermally heated pools and a warm turquoise river.

WHERE TO GO IN HIDALGO

MAIN CITIES

Pachuca is a city in central Mexico. The Monumental Clock is a neoclassical tower in the main square, Plaza Independencia.

Set in the Ex-Convento de San Francisco, the Cuartel del Arte cultural center is home to a baroque church, art gallery and the Fototeca Nacional photo library.

The Museo de MinerĂ­a traces the region’s mining history. The International Football Hall of Fame honors soccer’s greatest players.

MAGIC TOWNS IN HIDALGO

OTHER MAIN DESTINATIONS IN HIDALGO

MUST LIVE EXPERIENCES IN HIDALGO

HIDALGO MEXICO

TOLANTONGO HOT SPRINGS

TULA SITIOS ARQUEOLOGICOS HIDALGO

TULA ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE

parque nacional el chico hidalgo

EL CHICO NATIONAL PARK

WHAT TO DO IN HIDALGO:

BOTON ARTE CULTURA E HISTORIA
BOTON SPORT SHOWS
BOTON FUN AND SHOPPING
BOTON AEXPLORING AND ADVENTURE

WHERE IS LOCATED HIDALGO:

OFFICIAL TOURIST SITES:​

The State of Hidalgo has witnessed a great development that has positioned it as one of the fastest growing regions in the center of the Mexican Republic; With about 2.9 million inhabitants, it has managed to be included within the global vibrations that the current world presents, but without neglecting its cultural essence that clearly distinguishes it from other regions of the country.