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Destination weddings

Xilitla, San Luis Potosí

Xilitla is located in the mountain region of the Huasteca Potosina in the state of San Luis Potosi.

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Cuautla

This historic location is perfect for events of up to 400 guests. It is located 30 minutes from the city of Cuernavaca and 2 hours from the international airport in Mexico City.

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Taxco, Guerrero

It's a city, in the state of Guerrero, with a Virreinato architectural style still present in its streets.

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Jiutepec

This XVI century hacienda holds an important place in the history of Mexico. It is located just 15 minutes from the city of Cuernavaca and 1 hour and 30 minutes from the international airport in Mexico City.

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Tepoztlan

Tepoztlán is one of most visited destinations in the mountains of México, as much for its proximity to Mexico City as for its excellent climate.

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Xochitepec

This splendid hacienda is located just 5 minutes from the Cuernavaca airport and one hour from the Mexico City International Airport of Mexico. It can hold events for up to 500 people.

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Tequila, Jalisco

One of Tequila’s main attractions is the factory of the renowned brand José Cuervo, which you can reach by train from one of Mexico’s largest cities.

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Temixco

The Temixco hacienda was built in the 16th century by Martin Cortes the son of the great Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortes whose sole purpose was to exploit the natural resources of the area.

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San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

San Miguel de Allende is an icon of Mexico. Considered one of the most picturesque towns in the country

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GH CDMX

The GH CDMX was the first building in Mexico City with Art Nouveau architecture and to this day remains an iconic landmark in the Historic Center thanks to its splendor and grandeur.

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Huasca de Ocampo

A place where tranquility and peace are a thing of everyday, so much so that its name in Nahuatl means "place of delight and joy".

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Tenango

The production of sugar was a very complicated process and was sometimes very unprofitable, as a result, this plantation had numerous owners during its history. The most famous owner was Don José Antonio de Zalvide Goitia who came from Spain around the 1750s. Don José managed to improve the operations of the hacienda and made it an important producer of sugar.

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Salvatierra, Guanajuato

The town of Salvatierra, south of Guanajuato, is a faithful witness to the history of Mexico.

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Tequesquitengo

The town of Tequesquitengo has become a very important tourist destination for the region since it is located on the shores of the lake that shares its name. Its climate is warm and subhumid and offers an average of 360 sunny days a year.

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Yuriria, Guanajuato

Its lagoon is considered one of the first hydraulic works of the Colonial period on the American continent.

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Riviera Nayarit

The Riviera Nayarit is one of the most recent tourist destinations in the country, and now one of the most fashionable for weddings and events.

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Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya is one of the best destinations on the continent with more than 120 kilometers of shoreline in the state of Quintana Roo.

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Yautepec

Yautepec, one of 33 municipalities in the state of Morelos, is an important tourist destination for its preserved structures from the Villeinado period and archaeological ruins of the pre-hispanic period.

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Cancún

Cancun is the main city of the Riviera Maya tourist belt and is arguably the most recognized Mexican tourist destination.

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Cholula, Puebla

Cholula is considered the oldest city in America, boasting 365 churches and was considered a sacred city as well as a major hub of commerce before the Spanish conquest of the 16th century.

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Mineral del Chico, Hidalgo

This “Pueblo Mágico,” in the state of Hidalgo, will leave you dazzled with its mining history and its nature, mixed with tours through tunnels and paths where your senses will be rediscovered.

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Mazatepec

The municipality of Mazatepec is filled with haciendas, lagoons, eco-tourism parks and unique places where you will create new experiences.

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Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen is undoubtedly synonymous with fun. This city offers an incredible variety of places to enjoy and a nightlife to remember, so you’ll never get bored during your trip.

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Valle de Bravo, Estado de México

Valle de Bravo’s main mission is to put you into direct contact with nature, particularly water sports due to life revolving around its huge lake.

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Chautla

Just a few hours from Mexico City, it is an excellent place to admire one of the largest haciendas in Mexico, as well as enjoy nature. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful scenes that the country’s mountainous region can offer.

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Prim 30 & 32

These houses display the distinction and the glamour of the times with their high ceilings, central courtyards, hanging gardens and overall mysterious air oozing with personality making either an ideal place for your event.

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Tulum

The archaeological site of Tulum is one of the main tourist attractions of the Riviera Maya. Tulum, which means wall, was a Mayan settlement

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Cuetzalan, Puebla

Cuetzalan is coffee country, so if you are a lover of this brew, you must stay in one of the cabins within the eleven hectares of the Blue Reserve, where the most aromatic coffees of Mexico are grown.

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Tolantongo

Las Grutas de Tolantongo is a very famous spa town located in the municipality of Cardonal, in the State of Hidalgo.

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San Gabriel

In 1529, the conquistador, Hernán Cortés, ordered the construction of this beautiful enclosure which was later converted into a monastery.

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Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta offers an impressive variety of landscapes. With the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental as the backdrop and the immense Pacific sea bathing it, Vallarta is one of Mexico’s most charming destinations.

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Villa del Carbón

Known as "the gateway to the province" for its colonial atmosphere, beautiful cobblestone streets and an enviable ecotourism offering.

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Ixtapa, Guerrero

An attractive fishing village that offers a very safe and family environment, its beautiful bay is protected from the rough Pacific Ocean and sits only a few kilometers from the hotel zone.

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Ciudad de México

The eclectic style of CDMX will enchant you. Where the Pre-Hispanic meets the colonial architecture with a touch of a modern-glamour city.

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Cuernavaca

The glamourous vibes of Cuernavaca with its beautiful haciendas will enchant you.

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Acapulco

Undoubtedly one of the best-known beach destinations in Mexico, Acapulco has given the country fame thanks to its natural environment, its perennially tropical climate, its warm waters, its people and its golden sand.

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Jardines de México

Jardines de México is a 51 hectare, natural space organized into 7 thematic gardens and is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest garden in the world. You will be amazed at the sight of more than 2 billion flowers and 22,000 trees throughout the year.

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GR Relax Spa

The Hotel Rancho Gran Relax offers a wide range of areas and activities for recreation, rest and fun, as well as rooms available for any type of social or business event from 50 to 5,000 people. It is truly is an escape and has no equal in Mexico.

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SH Garden

This elegant garden has hosted major cultural and social events. Its location away from all the complications of the city and its spectacular design make it a very desirable place to celebrate any event.

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Los Olivos

This enchanting jewel from the 1800s with its elegant arches, olive trees, stone walkways and intimate nooks filled with history make it the ideal setting for all types of social events.

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The Eagle's Shelter

The Eagle`s Shelter, with its European architectural style, is nestled amongst lush pine forests along a river creating a peaceful, relaxing environment away from the stress of the city.

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La Casa del Indio

El Indio Fernández was an actor, producer, mentor for Mexican cinema and also a character whose life generated many great myths. His house was built in 1945 in a style reminiscent of the haciendas prior to the revolution. El Indio lived a large part of his life in this house which is located on a quiet street in the south of Mexico City. This retreat became a meeting place for intellectuals and famous celebrities, such as Marilyn Monroe, Frida Kahlo, Dolores del Río and is rumoured to have sheltered Che Guevara in its basement.

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Hacienda San Pablo

During the 18th and 19th century this hacienda was one of the most important in the production of milk and grains for the region. It is one of the two haciendas from that time period that still remains in the area between Mexico City and the State of Mexico.

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Santa Maria

Hacienda Santa Maria Regla is an authentic colonial-style property located just 500 m from the Prismas Basalticos rock formations. It offers a chapel and extensive gardens with a duck pond. WiFi is available in public areas.

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