Things to see and do - Cuernavaca
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Cuernavaca Travel guide
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Cuernavaca is associated with names that have left their mark on history, including Hernan Cortés who laid siege to the town and had his residential palace built here, and national hero Émiliano Zapata who organised the peasant struggle starting in 1911. Nowadays Cuernavaca is still a high-ranking place to live, boasting rich haciendas owned by Mexican and international personalities. Visitors will enjoy the provincial atmosphere at this stopover just an hour from the capital, particularly lively around the Jardín Juárez.
Tourist attractions Cuernavaca : Things to see and do
100 Francisco Leyva, accès par le Jardín Juárez MEX - 62000 Cuernavaca
Before housing the Museo Cuauhnahuac, the Palacio de Cortés, built in the 16C, had a changing destiny, first as the residence of Cortés, then as a prison and federal office building. Today this medieval-fortress-like palace displays essentially histo..
Carretera Mexico Cuernavaca Km 71.5 , 17 MEX - 62130 Cuernavaca
Prix Prices from : 35 $
This hotel is located on the outskirts of Cuernavaca, just 3 minutes’ drive from the Centenario Stadium. It offers an outdoor pool and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. The rooms at the GS Cuernavaca Drive Inn feature tiled floors ..
Carretera Mexico Cuernavaca Km 71.5 No 17 MEX - 62130 Cuernavaca
Prix Prices from : 48 $
Located on Mexican Highway 95 connecting Mexico City with Acapulco, this hotel offers a rooftop pool and bar with panoramic views. It has free parking and a free Wi-Fi area. GS Cuernavaca’s spacious, air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-sc..
Avenida Paseo del Conquistador, 134 MEX - 62240 Cuernavaca
Prix Prices from : 100 $
Just a 10-minute drive from Cuernavaca’s historic centre, Hotel Villa del Conquistador offers a heated outdoor pool, gym and spa. The stylish rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. The Los Alcatraces restaurant offers modern Mexic..