The State of Mexico possesses exceptional cultural wealth. As well as Teotihuacan, one of the world’s most visited archeological sites, the state also has picturesque towns, snow-capped volcanoes, indigenous traditions, incomparable handicrafts and a unique gastronomy.
The State of Mexico is the most populated state in the Mexican Republic with more than 16 million inhabitants. It is located in one of Mexico’s highest points, the southern part of the Central Mexican Plateau. It borders with Querétaro and Hidalgo to the north; with Puebla and Tlaxcala to the east; and with Michoacán to the west.
Its climate is predominantly sub-humid mild and its annual average temperature is 59°F. The following Magical Towns are within the State of Mexico: Valle de Bravo, Aculco, El Oro, Teotihuacan, Villa del Carbón, Tepotzotlán, Ixtapan de la Sal, Metepec, Malinalco and Tonatico.