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El Coporo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
(4/5 based on 10 reviews on the web)
El Coporo is located in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to El Coporo and many more Toluca attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Toluca vacation route planner.
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  • It really is a good place to visit. but don't expect to find great pyramids or big buildings. It is too new and has almost no resources. It is important to avoid high pressure or bring people who can not walk well or suffering from knee pains since the promenade consists of 3 parts and the last part is climbing and climbing steps. actually it lacks enough. but enjoy the ride and the view is very nice.
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  • We went walking with my children aged 10, 8 and 6 to this wonderful place. The guide very prepared, friendly and available US led to travel the area divided in several areas, which it makes even more interesting and various. Indispensable: hat, water, some good shoes for mountain and a camera! Loved my kids, and I recommend it to families with children.
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  • One of the few archaeological sites of the State of Guanajuato. It was an interesting walk. Despite having a good facility to receive tourists, I think that the most important thing missing: history. While it is true that you put an introductory video much is missing to truly Captivate and motivate visitors. Photos of the enclosure, do not come to the case, simply put photos of other places and times to keep the empty walls, which is completely incomprehensible. I think that all visitors walk at least an hour or more to get to the site and we could find "more" when you arrive. Told me the place staff, it has projected to make a site Museum, which would enrich much the visit, but failing that, they can start to at least putting photographs of found parts and in possession of locals and of which at least gives us an idea to visitors that has been found. Need more information, both as local information guides, occupants, etc. For me, the place was short, I felt with little information that was the site, whom their inhabitants, who were there or as they were organized, etc. The staff is good, the cleaning of the area also. If leaving there hungry, in the Tower, the town before arriving at the archaeological site, you can find a couple of restaurants and easy but tasty, owned have competed at the State level as cooks and won awards in the program of Guanajuato if knows and carried the seasoning of Guanajuato to Spain in gastronomical samples.
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