By Ángel Torres
Valle de Bravo is a town located in Estado de Mexico, 156 kilometers southwest of Mexico City. Named for San Francisco del Valle and General Nicolas Bravo, it got recognized as representative city in 1971 and magical town in 2005.
Its main attraction is the dam or pond, where a variety of water and extreme sports are carried out. The place is known for its typical and traditional architecture from the colonial era that attracts many tourists. It’s a place between mountains with divine landscapes, easy to fall in love with, according to many privileged visitors.
Moreover, the population has also a great amount of excellent restaurants with typical, international, Italian, and French food, crafts and decoration shopping malls.
This tranquility site receives visitors from around the world, either to appreciate nature, enjoy an ice cream or admire its beautiful buildings at the main plaza always in a village atmosphere.