Welcome to Cuautla


Cuautla was a base for one of Mexico’s first leaders in the independence struggle, José María Morelos y Pavón, until he was forced to leave when the royalist army besieged the town in 1812. A century later it became a center of support for Emiliano Zapata’s revolutionary army. However, if Mexican history and balnearios (bathing places) aren’t your thing, there’s not much for you here – modern Cuautla is a perfectly pleasant town, but there’s little to see and do aside from the above.


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