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Quintaesencia Hotel Boutique
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Domicilio Conocido Rancho Santa Ana, Huasca de Ocampo (Mapa)

Set in attractive gardens, Quintaesencia Boutique Hotel offers a stylish bar and elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi and private balconies. This restored hacienda is a 5-minute walk from Huasca de Ocampo. Each spacious room at Quintaesencia Hotel Boutique  più...

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Hotel Vista Hermosa
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Avenida de las Carreras. Lomas de San Miguel, Huasca de Ocampo (Mapa)

La nostra stuttura Hotel Vista Hermosa sarà felice di accoglievi presto. L'aggiornamento e la correttezza dei dati dipendondono dal vostro management e non possono essere verificati da noi (GHIX).  più...

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Hotel Real de Huasca
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Vicente Guerrero 4, Huasca de Ocampo

La nostra stuttura Hotel Real de Huasca sarà felice di accoglievi presto. L'aggiornamento e la correttezza dei dati dipendondono dal vostro management e non possono essere verificati da noi (GHIX).  più...

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Posada Dos Hermanos
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Domicilio conocido s/n, Huasca de Ocampo (Mapa)

La nostra stuttura Posada Dos Hermanos sarà felice di accoglievi presto. L'aggiornamento e la correttezza dei dati dipendondono dal vostro management e non possono essere verificati da noi (GHIX).  più...

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Huasca de Ocampo:

Huasca de Ocampo is a town and municipality of the state of Hidalgo in central Mexico. It is located 34 km from Pachuca and 16 km from Real del Monte in the Sierra de Pachuca Mountains.[1][2] While the town itself it just within the mountain range, much of the municipal land in located in a valley that opens up to the east of the town. While one of the first haciendas to be established in Mexico is located here, economic development started with mining haciendas built by Pedro Romero de Terreros in the 18th century. By the mid 20th century, none of these haciendas were in existence, having been broken up into ejido lands and some even fully or partially under lakes created by dams. While agriculture remains important economically, the area has been promoted as a tourism destination, especially for weekend visitors from Mexico City, with attractions such as canyons, traditional houses, old hacienda facilities and waterfalls.

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