With a prime location in the heart of downtown Pachuca, HK Hotel Pachuca offers the perfect gateway to the diverse attractions and things to do in Pachuca, Hidalgo.  

Tucked away from tourist crowds and urban sprawl, the sedate and relaxing capital of Hidalgo is framed by steep, wide hills, a vibrantly colored town center and colorful, historic homes and buildings. Its bucolic charm and easygoing pace of life make it an ideal place to stop before visiting the Sierra Madre Oriental or Mineral del Chico. 

When planning your stay in Pachuca, our 24-hour concierge will be happy to recommend fun things to do and see and assist with tours, tickets, transportation, and anything else you might need. 

Los Prismas Basalticos

Located in the charming town of Huasca de Ocampo, the Basaltic Prisms are a natural wonder featuring geometric basalt columns along the walls of the Santa María Regla Ravine, which is bathed by the four waterfalls that feed the San Antonio Regla Dam.  

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Mineral del Chico

One of Hidalgo’s five magical towns, Mineral del Chico is a charming and scenic mining town framed by pine, oak and oyamel forests. Attractions include spectacular rock formations for hiking and climbing, beautiful rivers winding through the forest, tranquil dams nestled in the wooded mountain and tours of former mine sites. 

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Pisal Byron Galvez

This cultural park located in the Silver Zone pays tribute to the founder of the State of Israel, David Ben Gurion. The 26.30-hectare site is home to the Central State Library Ricardo Garibay, the Tuzoforum, The Football Hall of Fame, Futbol Interactive Center and Silver Drop Theatre.

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Vicente Segura Monumental Bullring

This is one of the city's premier venues for bullfights, concerts and charreadas and other events. 

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Real del Monte

Founded in the 16th century, this town was awarded a Pueblo Mágico, confirming its status as one of the most beautiful towns in Mexico. Tucked into a scenic mountainous and forested, it features enchanting Spanish and Cornish architecture, scenic plazas with gardens and several museums documenting the town’s rich history. 

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One of the region’s most popular attractions, this safari park is home to over 1,000 animals from 250 different species in their natural habitats.  Visitors can tour the habitats by car or visit the petting zoo, where they can feed the animals. 

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Called the "city of the gods," the capital of ancient Mesoamerica is one of the most important archaeological sites, not just in Mexico but the entire world. Sites include the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, Quetzalpapalotl Palace and more. 

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Hidalgo Stadium

Named for Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, this sports stadium is the home of the C.F. Pachuca football club. 

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