VALLE DE BRAVO MEXICO, THE PARADISE

Valle de Bravo is located 67 kilometers east of Toluca, Mexico state capital, and 145 kilometers from Mexico City, has a sub-humid temperate climate and an average annual temperature of 17 degrees Celsius.
Framed by a large mountain range, which contrasts with its immense artificial lake, where
you can practice all kinds of water sports: skiing, sailing, kayaking and fishing, this magical town has a large tourist infrastructure that offers comfortable hotels, restaurants, an equestrian club and beautiful golf courses.
A stroll through the cobbled streets will take you to their white stucco houses adorned with wrought iron balconies and red tiled roofs and its plaza portals where you can enjoy delicious homemade ice cream, traditional snacks, other typical dishes with trout rainbows and largemouth bass, and artichokes are harvested in this region of the State of Mexico.
Visit the popular craft market, numerous boutiques decoration, art galleries and the Parish of St. Francis, patron of the place, which is notable for its original bell tower of the sixteenth century.
In its surroundings, 6 km from Valle de Bravo, you'll find the house of prayer Carmel Maranatha, come Lord meaning. This place was built by the Order of Discalced Carmelites about 1970 Quarry This building is decorated inside by colorful carpets, paintings and sculptures. Here Masses and retreats are held, however you can cross it meditating or stay indoors or in their beautiful patios.
Also, near Valle de Bravo'll find beautiful nature reserves like the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary where, from November to March, you will appreciate the wonderful spectacle immigration; Bosencheve Natural Park and Reserve of Monte Alto, ideal for all kinds of adventure sports: mountaineering, rock climbing, biking and camping, as well as free hang gliding and paragliding, extreme activities in recent years they have made this mexiquense population, the favorite destination for thrill seekers.

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