State Of Hidalgo

Where to Go & What to Do

Hidalgo may seem like a small state, but its history and tradition are immense. Its mining heritage and colorful towns offer us the image of a destination out of a fairy tale.

Its natural territories between sierras and mountains have turned it into a reference for adventure tourism, where visitors can practice climbing, hiking, fishing and mountain biking.

If you prefer something more relaxed, you can visit the Mezquital Valley area, which has several spas and water parks with thermal waters, perfect to enjoy with the family.

Typical Hidalgo food includes barbacoa, traditional pastes, molotes and pulque.

Escudo de Armas Oficial del Estado de Hidalgo

Major Cities in Hidalgo

Turismo en Pachuca Hidalgo Mexico


Pachuca is a city in central Mexico. The centrally located Plaza Independencia houses the Monumental Clock.

The Mining Museum traces the region's mining history, while the Soccer Hall of Fame is dedicated to the best soccer players in the world.

Archaeological Sites in Hidalgo

Zona Arqueologica Huapalcalco Hidalgo


Tulancingo, Hidalgo

Zona Arqueologica Pañhú Hidalgo


Tecozautla, Hidalgo

Turismo en Hidalgo - Lugares Turisticos del Estado de Hidalgo


Tula, Hidalgo

Zona Arqueologica Tepeapulco o Xihuingo Hidalgo


Tepeapulco, Hidalgo

Where the State of Hidalgo is located

Official Tourism Site

The State of Hidalgo has witnessed a great development that has positioned it as one of the fastest growing regions in the center of the Mexican Republic; with about 2.9 million inhabitants, it has managed to be included in the global vibrations of today's world, but without leaving aside its cultural essence that clearly distinguishes it from other regions of the country.