The city of Taxco is one of the most picturesque sites of colonial Mexico; it emerged as a mining ce ...
Where to Stay in Taxco
Where to Eat in Taxco
Taxco’s gastronomy is distinguished for the exotic ingredients of its delectable mestizo dishes like ...
Where to Go / What to Do in Taxco
The Historic Center of this ancient colonial city is one of the tourist attractions you must visit; ...
Nightlife in Taxco
Famous place where the now traditional namesake drinks were invented. Prepared with mine ...
Schools in Taxco
CENTRO EDUCATIVO HUMANO
Private basic education.
Callejón de Escobar 14 Puente Rmaonet
Hospitals in Taxco
HOSPITAL GENERAL ADOLFO PRIETO
Public medical institution with emergency services, hospitalization, ...
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