Hidalgo is home to many popular tourist destinations such as Real del Monte (the first mining town in Mexico) and La Corona del Sol (an impressive ruin complex). Visitors can also explore local villages like San Bartolo Tutotepec or take part in cultural festivals such as the annual Huasteca Music Festival.
An interesting historical fact about Hidalgo is that it was the birthplace of Miguel Hildago y Costilla who led an uprising against Spanish colonial rule in 1810. This event marked the beginning of Mexico's independence movement which ultimately led to Mexican freedom from Spain in 1821.
Cities in Hidalgo
El Paredón, El Cid, Chimalapa, Chimalpa y Tlalayote, Zothé, Apan, Texcapa, Pañhé, Carpinteros, El Tepeyac, Caxuxi, Colonia Morelos, Atotonilco el Grande, Acatlán, Caltimacan, Cerritos, San Joaquín, Bomanxotha, Carboneras, Jalpa, Vito, El Saucillo, Chichatla, Santa Teresa, Irolo, Alfajayucan, Calnali, Talol, Acoyotla, El Pintor, Atengo, Colonia Sesenta y Dos, Actopan, Presas, Zacualtipanito, Ciudad Sahagun, Cañada de Madero, Mamithi, Almoloya, Texcaltepec, San Bartolo Ozocalpan, Colonia San Juan, Doxey, Ajacuba, Lázaro Cárdenas, Camelia (Barrio la Camelia), Acaxochitlán, Bomintzha, Chachahuantla, Cantinela, Cardonal, Ojo de Agua, Tlacomulco, San José, Tula de Allende, Parque Urbano Napateco, Coacuilco, Acayuca, Ahuatitla, San Miguel Cerezo (El Cerezo) ...