Valle de Bravo Things to Do
Valle de Bravo is located next to this lovely lake where you can take boat tours both during the day & the night time, the latter being offered only during the weekends (Saturday night). During the day you can see the magnificent landscaping around the lake, and on the night rides you can dance and have a drink on board --- it's like being on a...more
Valle de Bravo Hotels
Valle de Bravo km 3.5, Valle de Bravo, Estado de Mexico, 51200, Mexico
Good for: Couples
Bocanegra 405, esquina con Penuelas, Valle de Bravo, Estado de Mexico, 51200, Mexico
Good for: Families
Carretera Colorines Km 4 5, Valle De Bravo, MEX, 5
Good for: Solo
Valle de Bravo Transportation
There are taxi cabs that can take you from one place to another within the town of Valle de Bravo or even to the surroundings (to the hotel where I stayed in Avándaro, for example). If you're going to stay within the downtown area the best you can do is just walk and enjoy the beautiful and rustic streets of Valle de Bravo. Only if you're going far...more
If you're coming from Mexico City, you can either rent a car and drive to Valle de Bravo (it's approximately a 2 hour drive) or take a bus in the Terminal de Autobuses de Observatorio, in the north-western side of town. There's only one bus company that takes you there but the buses and the service are acceptable. You can buy your tickets the same...more
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Valle de Bravo Warnings and Dangers
well,got to say to you that you must walk to the waterfall for some 20 minuts from the lake,and that you can easely fall down becouse you are going through the mountain.You have some bridges on your way,so don't go alone,it is better to have someone with you.On this picture are my friends crossing one of the bridges.
Valle de Bravo What to Pack
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Whatever you decide to wear (which would usually be short pants, t-shirts and comfortable stuff to walk and go horseback riding) you should bring a good jacket or coat for the evening/nights, as they are REALLY COLD, especially in the very last and very first months of the year! So make sure you take something to cover yourself, as well as some comfortable shoes to walk in town (tennis shoes might be the best choice) and maybe a pair of boots if you're planning to go into the woods.Related to:
- Adventure Travel
- Water Sports
- Horse Riding
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