Las Pozas Azules

Very touristy yet worth visiting if you happen to be around. Beautifully shaped rock pools with translucent water.

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Attractions near to Las Pozas Azules

  • Santa Prisca Church, Taxco de Alarcón

    Santa Prisca Church

    The monumental cathedral-like temple is a perfect illustration of town's impressive history and wealth.

  • Silver Market, Taxco de Alarcón

    Silver Market

    This market offers an amazing variety of silverware and jewelry in general. Be careful though, there are many scam sellers too.

  • Christ Monument, Taxco de Alarcón

    Christ Monument

    The tall statue overlooks Taxco as a still memorial of Christian roots of the contemporary Mexican society. The view is great from here.

  • Zocalo, Taxco de Alarcón


    Also called Plaza Borda, this is the focal point of activity. This square is the literal center of Taxco, people come here to see each other.

  • William Spratling Museum, Taxco de Alarcón

    William Spratling Museum

    This small museum is dedicated to the art of silver crafting, displaying some really beautiful pieces. Well worth visiting.

  • Old Town, Taxco de Alarcón

    Old Town

    The core of Taxco is a showcase of colonial architecture. Just loosely wander around and look up at all the beautiful houses.

  • Grutas de Cacahuamilpa National Park

    Grutas de Cacahuamilpa National Park

    Extensive cavern system and a canyon offering wide choice of activities. A real natural marvel – cave tour is a must here!

  • Monte Taxco, Taxco de Alarcón

    Monte Taxco

    Take the funicular to the top of this hotel to enjoy the smashing view of the city – you can't get better views anywhere else.

  • City Hall, Taxco de Alarcón

    City Hall

    Venture inside to discover the admirable mural stretching over the foyer – it depicts the moved history of the region.

  • Humboldt House, Taxco de Alarcón

    Humboldt House

    Officially called Museum of Viceregal Art, this is where Humboldt spent one night. A colonial house with an interesting historical collection.

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