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Valle de Bravo, Mexico

Valle de Bravo, Mexico

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Cultural: The 17th-cenutry Temple of Santa Maria Ahuacatian.

The cobblestoned town is chockablock with colonial-era sites, including the 17th-century Temple of Santa María Ahuacatlán (Colonia Santa María). The church's fire-blackened Black Christ (Cristo Negro) sculpture is said to perform miracles and attracts thousands of Mexican pilgrims each year.

Valle de Bravo, Mexico

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Adventure: Valle de Bravo's Lake Avandaro.

Get a bird's-eye view of Valle's pine forests and mountains with a paragliding lesson from FlyMexico (800/861-7198; flymexico.com; from $120). You'll leap off the 7,300-foot-high Peñón de Temascaltepec, then touch down at restaurant Boga Boga (311 Cinco de Mayo; 52-726/262-7361; lunch for two $15) for grilled trout and a margarita.

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