Sprinkled over a fairly wide area accessed by some iffy roads (don't go during or after a heavy rain), this entire area is a fascinating microcosm of Mexican history from colonial times (Santa Brigida) to the 1900's. Some of the main sights are only open on the weekend, so plan accordingly. We hired a driver form our hotel and picked... 更多
An embarrassing tail of our trip from SMA to Pozos that may help you plan your visit. The Trip From Hell: We chose a taxi from the driver of cab 191 when he gave us a ride back to SMA from the botanical garden on Sunday. He offered a Pozos trip for $250P each way plus $100P for each hour... 更多
We stayed in a lovely home we found on VRBO and were very comfortable. The town is small and starting to develop more of an arts community. We loved hiking in the countryside and visiting the sites of old mines. The remains of the stone buildings are lovely.
The place could be very cool, but unfortunately we used Cesar Nistal Gonzalez as our guide based on earlier TA reviews. He's a very nice man and a very good driver, but he is a driver, not a guide. We asked him if we'd miss things going on a Monday and he said no, but many things were closed. His... 更多
nice small mexican town.however the attraction is where the mines are located close to town. you can see how they mined a long time to ago. you can pick really cool rocks and other mementos. hardly any tourists .then go into town and have something to eat.
All 3 of us love mining towns and have traveled to hundreds all through the Western U.S. and I must say Pozos de Mineral did not let us down! The town has no "plastic" feel about it but so real and authentic. We spent 9 hours exploring the town and area and drove to places with dozens of mine shafts... 更多
The abandoned mine site is not easy to find but worth the trouble if you can locate a Spanish speaking... 更多