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The perfect mix of culture and adventure in the open air awaits travelers in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Just 86 km from Mexico City, this paradise of rest, in the State of Morelos, offers a whole range of historical and cultural resources, and is more tranquil than the great metropolis of the north. In addition, guests at Cuernavaca hotels will have the opportunity to explore the rich natural resources of this region, including parks, canyons, rivers and forests.

Explore Mexico's Fascinating History

As well as being known as Hernán Cortés, most travelers in Cuernavaca venture into a tour of its historic center, where it is home to the former Spanish explorer palace that seduced the earth that is now Mexico. Cortés built its palace in 1526. After starting in 1541, the imposing stone building became a prison. Later, he went to host the government offices and currently can be visited as a museum. The ground floor is dedicated to the exhibition of a collection of pre-Hispanic objects, while on the second floor a representation of Mexico's history from the Spanish conquest until independence in 1810 is evident. The Mural of Diego Rivera on the balcony is a masterpiece that visitors cannot miss. As with many other colonial buildings, the palace and the city cathedral were built on the ruins of the native temples. In addition, an alfresco chapel at the Ascension Cathedral is linked to a sacrifices altar of antiquities. The complex of the cathedral includes a series of cloisters and chapels, including Baroque from the time of the Third Order of the Chapel. The façade of the cathedral itself is a striking rose color that contrasts with the rest of the cathedral, which was built at the beginning of the 16th century as part of a monastery, and is therefore the most austere ornamentation. It is also famous for the Robert Brady Museum, whose name is given by an ex-patriota that decorated its house with art from all over the world. All these monuments are open to the public today.

Outdoor Adventure Awaits

It is not necessary to travel far from the hotels in Cuernavaca to enjoy the stunning natural beauty of the region. The Chapultepec Ecological Park is situated close to the historic center and sits along a winding river with waterfalls, stone archway and even crocodiles. Here, visitors can enjoy a lake where you can take a boat ride, a aviary, a snake pond and a plaza with food stalls.

All this makes it the perfect place for families to enjoy themselves with the youngest members of the family. Peos and potatoes are free of charge along the river shore, It appears to have been roofed with the roots of the majestic trees. Those looking for other outdoor activities can book an adventure tour that includes pick-up and drop-off services from the very same hotels in Cuernavaca. Thus, the most complicated part of the trip will be reduced to decide which excursion to take. The variety of options includes rappelling, kayaking, rafting, speleology and hiking.

Some popular destinations in Cuernavaca they are the mountains of the Camino de la Luz, the thousand waterfalls and the underground currents of the Tepozteco mountain. Without a doubt, an endless array of opportunities to capture shots and guarantee that travelers can find precious memories of their holiday in Cuernavaca. It is not necessary to travel far from the hotels in Cuernavaca to enjoy the stunning natural beauty of the region. The Chapultepec Ecological Park is situated close to the historic center and sits along a winding river with waterfalls, stone archway and even crocodiles. Here, visitors can enjoy a lake where you can take a boat ride, a aviary, a snake pond and a plaza with food stalls.