Estado de México (State of Mexico) is one of the regions of the republic that offers a large number of tourist attractions, it is located very close to Mexico City and borders other states in the center of the country such as Morelos, Querétaro, Hidalgo and Puebla .
It is full of natural beauties, archaeological sites and historical places.
It has eight tourist corridors that will amaze you with the greatness of its territory.
The first is the Corredor Toluca (Toluca Corridor) and its surroundings, where you can visit the state’s capital city, as well as the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Metepec and the Museo del Virreinato en Zinacantepec (Museum of the Viceroyalty in Zinacantepec).
In the Corredor Bellezas del Nevado (Bellezas del Nevado Corridor), be amazed by the incredible view of the Nevado de Toluca, discover the Grutas de la Estrella (La Estrella Grottoes) in Tonatico, have a relaxing weekend in the hot springs of Ixtapan de la Sal and learn about the history of the Pueblo con Encanto de Sultepec (Charming Town of Sultepec) .
Enjoy a natural spectacle in the Corredor Mariposa Monarca (Monarch Butterfly Corridor) in Donato Guerra, Temascaltepec and San José del Rincón; as well as in the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Valle de Bravo.
Be amazed by the architecture and history of Aculco and the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of El Oro in the Corredor Esplendor Mazahua (Esplendor Mazahua Corridor).
Admire the Museo Nacional del Virreinato (National Museum of the Viceroyalty) in Tepotzotlán, visit Temoaya and Tierra Adentro in the Corredor Herencia Otomí (Otomí Heritage Corridor).
On your way through Estado de México (State of Mexico) you cannot miss Teotihuacán, get to know Acolman, Nopaltepec and the pulque (fermented drink) haciendas in Axapusco, you can find all of these in the Corredor Teotihuacán (Teotihuacán Corridor).
Last but not least, in the eastern part of the state you will find the Corredor de los Volcanes (Volcanoes Corridor), which has the greatness of Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl as its background and which also saw Sor Juana grow up, you will also love the wooded landscapes of Tepetlixpa, Ozumba and Amecameca, where we also assure you, you will taste delicious dishes.
Source: Visit Mexico