Val'Quirico, a storybook village in Mexico, presents an enchanting slice of Europe with its cobbled streets and Tuscan-inspired architecture—a serene escape in the heart of Latin America. Read more

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Val'Quirico, an unexpected Tuscan-style development just outside the city of Tlaxcala, Mexico, offers a distinct European flair. Established on the former hacienda of Santa Agueda, this residential and commercial enclave is designed to emulate the rustic charm of a medieval Italian village. Val'Quirico's stone-clad pathways, ivy-draped walls, and classic villas transport visitors to the Italian countryside, with the convenience of being situated in central Mexico.
This community is more than just a residential area; it's a growing destination for gastronomy, leisure, and the arts. Visitors can wander through artisanal shops, dine at fine restaurants offering a mix of local and international cuisine, or enjoy a glass of wine in the open-air cafés that line the village squares. Equestrian enthusiasts can take pleasure in the horseback riding opportunities, as equestrian culture is a significant part of Val'Quirico's lifestyle.
Art galleries and boutiques pepper the village, showcasing the work of Mexican and international artists and artisans. Val'Quirico is also becoming a favored venue for events and celebrations, from weddings to concerts, adding a dash of festivity to its serene surroundings. It's a place where the past and present merge, offering a tranquil retreat and a touch of romanticism.
Val'Quirico serves as a unique travel experience that blends Mexican warmth with the serene beauty of a European village. It's a destination that promises tranquility, beauty, and an escape from the ordinary.

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What to do in Val'Quirico

Piazza San Agustin

The central square of Val'Quirico, where visitors can take in the Old World atmosphere, enjoy outdoor dining, and occasionally witness live performances and events.

Equestrian Club

A nod to the region's equestrian heritage, this club offers horseback riding experiences and showcases the majestic beauty of these animals.

Artisan Boutiques

Unique shops offer handcrafted goods, ranging from jewelry to home decor, reflecting the skills of local and international artisans.

Local Gastronomy

From Italian cuisine that honors the Tuscan theme to traditional Mexican fare, the restaurants in Val'Quirico are a delight for foodies.

Vineyards and Wine Tasting

The surrounding areas of Val'Quirico are home to vineyards, where visitors can indulge in wine-tasting sessions and learn about local viticulture.

What else to visit
In and around Val'Quirico

Cacaxtla-Xochitecatl Archeological Site (8.63 km)

Journey into the heart of ancient Mexico at Cacaxtla-Xochitecatl, where the echoes of the Olmeca-Xicalanca people still resonate among the ruins and murals that date back to the height of their civilization.

Tlaxcala (15.89 km)

Tlaxcala, a hidden gem amidst Mexico's grandeur, beckons with its rich tapestry of history, culture, and unspoiled beauty – a testament to the endurance of Mexico's smallest state.

Puebla (18.4 km)

Puebla, a cultural gem nestled in the heart of Mexico, offers a vivid tableau of colonial architecture, gastronomic excellence, and a rich tapeorial history.

Exconvento de Calpan (19.97 km)

The Exconvento de Calpan stands as a silent narrator of Mexico's profound history, an architectural relic that embodies the fusion of Spanish and indigenous cultures.

Chautla Hacienda (23.35 km)

The Ex-Hacienda de Chautla, with its grand English-style manor, sits like a storybook castle amidst lush grounds and a tranquil lake, offering a glimpse into Mexico's opulent past.

Atlixco (34.65 km)

Atlixco, known as "the city of flowers," blooms in the heartland of Puebla, Mexico, with its vibrant floral displays and serene climate, beckoning travelers to its colorful streets and tranquil gardens.

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