Estado de Mexico

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Platillo Típico del Estado de México - Pambazos

Platillo Típico - Pambazos

Zona Arqueológica Teotihuacán

Zona Arqueológica Teotihuacán

Iglesia de la Santa Veracruz en Toluca

Iglesia de la Santa Veracruz en Toluca

The Estado de México is the most populated of the entire nation. It maintains a close economic relationship with Mexico City. The Nevado de Toluca is located in its territory and two more volcanoes that shares with other states: Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl.

Although its most important city and capital is Toluca, most of the tourism interest and activity is related to nature and traditions. Valle de Bravo, for example, is a favorite destination for those who want to escape from the big urban areas, but places like Aculco, Ixtapan de la Sal, El Oro and many other places are worth noting.

The State of Mexico shares with Michoacan the Sanctuary of the Monarch Butterfly. In addition, it is home to the pyramids of Teotihuacán, the most visited national archaeological zone, even above Chichen Itza and Tulum!

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Cumbre de Catrinas

Cumbre de Catrinas

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Main roads:

Due to its geographical location and number of inhabitants, the State of Toluca has a large infrastructure. Perhaps the most important is highway 57D, which connects to the north with Queretaro and to the south with Mexico City. Highway 85 and highway 85 D run through here to reach Toluca, as well as highway 150D that leads to Puebla and Tlaxcala.
Meanwhile, Toluca is connected to Mexico City via highway 15D and to Naucalpan, by highway 134. Michoacán is reached through highway 7D via Zitácuaro.

Most important cities:

According to the last National Census conducted in 2010, the most populated cities of Estado de México are:

Ecatepec de Morelos, a municipality close to the City of Mexico, with 1,656,107
Toluca, with 1,535,707 inhabitants.
Nezahualcóyotl, also part of the Metropolitan Zone of Mexico City, with 1,110,565
Naucalpan, also close to the City of Mexico, with 833,779

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