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Tapalpa: one of Mexico’s most magical towns

April 8, 2013

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A two-hour drive from Guadalajara, Tapalpa is one of 83 towns designated “Pueblos Magicos” (“Magic Villages”) by the Mexican tourist board.

In 2002 Tapalpa became the fifth town in Mexico to win the Pueblo Magico designation, which is only awarded to towns with real natural beauty, cultural riches and historical interest.

The town of Tapalpa is a charming exhibition of colonial architecture, with a beautiful church and a quaint cobbled square. Perfect for a day trip or a weekend break, it is situated in the south of Jalisco state, a short distance southwest of Mexico’s biggest inland body of water, Lake Chapala…

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