- Your Host City
been called "the City of the Eternal Spring" due to its
semitropical climate (average 70-75º F.) This Pre-Hispanic city named
"Cuauhnahuac" by the natives was conquered by Cortez in 1523. Is one of the oldest
cities in the American Continent. It is a beautiful evergreen place home
of hundreds of celebrities.
The city maintains its own colonial
architecture such as Cortez Palace and the Cathedral. Situated only 45
minutes far from Mexico City and 1 hr and a half from Mexico City's
International Airport makes it easy to travel there to visit
museums and cultural places without staying in the big city.
Cuernavaca is unique. The weather becomes warmer in April and May (may
reach 90° F.) In the dry season from November to April we enjoy warm
mornings and cool nights (68-70° F.) December and January are the coolest
months of the year (no less than 65° F.) During summer time (August
specially) rains in the evenings and nights.
is also close to us... only 3 hours and a half away!!