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Chihuahua: Itineraries & tips

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"Chihuahua: Hot and wet in summer although possibly not wet."mexicocassie.com
"Chihuahua is no different."mexicocassie.com
"Chihuahua is bordered by the Mexican states of Sonora; to the west, Sinaloa; to the southwest, Durango; to the south, and Coahuila; to the east."stayadventurous.com
"Chihuahua is in the desert so will be hot days."expertvagabond.com

North Mexico

Chihuahuas location

Chihuahua at a glance

Culture
Nature
Desert
Mountain
Coast
Hiking

809,000

Population

1-2 nights

Recommended

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

Around Chihuahua

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General Roberto Fierro Villalobos International Airport (CUU)

About Chihuahua

At Chihuahua live 1,088 people. Further the nearest big city is Veracruz. This village is located in south Mexico (plan Mexico itineraries). Further it provides a lot of culture.

Things to do

I had 2 nights in Chihuahua but as I landed early evening and departed for the Copper Canyon train early on day 3, I only had one full day to explore. However, I was happy enough with that. Here’s what I saw. ...

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What to see and do in Divisadero

What to see and do in Los Mochis

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On this occasion, the Copper Canyon isn’t just about the journey, it’s destinations in between – don’t miss them. ...

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The train journey covers 653 km from end to end and it’s worth spending at least 2-3 days to cover the distance.

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Eat & drink

I wandered around the back of the cathedral and ate at one of the myriad street food stalls. And it was here that I discovered the true definition of a burrito, a local favourite in Chihuahua. Pay close attention. It’s a very simple dish and there isn’t any rice, cheese or beans in sight.

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Va da sé che se avete la fortuna di poter viaggiare in basa stagione, delle prenotazioni potete fregarvene altamente e tutto il discorso assumerà un altro aspetto, perché semplicemente comprerete il biglietto a bordo, Prima o Seconda classe che sia. ...

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Worth to visit

ABSOLUTELY! Excuse me for shouting, but unless you absolutely hate dogs, this cafe is simply awesome. I had the biggest smile on my face the entire time I was there, and long after I left too. In fact, if you’re in need of some therapy, this is as good as it gets. Even though the cafe has only been open a few weeks, ...

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General

I travelled the full length of the Copper Canyon on my own and I’m a five-foot tall, non-native Spanish speaking woman. Therefore, if I can do it, I’m confident most people can. However, I only met one other solo traveller during my trip so it can get lonely if you don’t have enough Spanish to strike up a conversation ...

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Itinerary

. the practicalities of choosing a direction of travel. I chose to travel the route end to end from Chihuahua to Los Mochis. ...

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Costs

Taxi downtown from the airport: the going rate should be 150 Pesos. My taxi driver tried asking for 250. There’s no taxi meter so fix the price before you get in the cab. ...

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Budget is always a tricky one to cover because costs can vary so widely from person to person depending on your comfort requirements, how you get around, whether you like to imbibe a bit of alcohol or whether you can’t pass a shop without picking up a ...

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Accommodation

This was room at the Ibis hotel. Just kidding! This was one of the rooms in the Museo Casa de Villa. ...

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Hotel Fenix

Where to stay in Creel

Ibis Hotel

Where to stay in Divisadero

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