Just a short hop from Tequisquiapan and the vineyards of Freixenet, the village of Bernal has been named by the Mexican government as a ��Pueblo Mágico," meaning it's considered one of the most beautiful towns in the country. Its claim to fame is its scenic peña, or rock, one of the largest monoliths in the world, which rises 1,150 feet above the town and can be seen for miles away. Though some people come to climb it, many more come just to bask in its supposedly mystical aura. The village itself, with about 5,000 people, is cute as a button, with restaurants, cafés, and shops selling minerals and jewelry, all within a few blocks.
Bernal at a Glance
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