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Welcome to Guerrero in Mexico!

Guerrero is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is divided in 81 municipalities and its capital city is Chilpancingo. Guerrero is just one of over 60 official online guides covering the whole of Mexico. If you´re planning a trip to Mexico and would […]


Guerrero Mexico | Tourism

Since the 1930s, until today, the making of handcrafts and tourism has played a major role in the state’s economy. Practically all of Guerrero’s tourism is concentrated within the three municipalities of Acapulco, Zihuatanejo and Taxco, which the state promotes as the Triangle of the Sun or Triángulo del Sol in Spanish. Acapulco heavily overshadows […]


Guerrero Mexico | Geography

Additional to the capital city, the state’s largest cities include Acapulco, Petatlan, Ciudad Altamirano, Taxco, Zihuatanejo, Iguala, Ixtapa, and Santo Domingo. Currently, Guerrero Mexico is home to numerous indigenous communities, including the Mixtecs, Nahuas and Amuzgos. In the Costa Chica region, it is also home to communities of Afro-Mexicans. Guerrero Mexico state is essentially mountainous […]


Guerrero Art & Paintings

Tourists and international buyers also flock to purchase the drawings and paintings on offer at the Xalitla artisan market. Such is the cultural richness; even famous painters from Guerrero are regularly used to paint beautiful murals all across Mexico and the world.


Guerrero Handcrafts & Pottery

Guerrero is recognized across Mexico for its unique and colorful pottery in which local artisans mix clay with pieces of cotton in the production of exquisite jars, vases, jugs, pots and sculptures, then to be elaborately brightly painted and decorated with paintbrushes once they have dried. The indigenous tribes of the area carryon their traditions […]


Guerrero Mexico Cuisine

Eating out literally anywhere in Guerrero is always a motive of celebration, as its cuisine incorporates the various influence of indigenous, Spanish and French ingredients and cooking traditions, as well as the culinary legacy left behind in the state by the French colonists from the XIX century. Notable local dishes include the mole de jumil, […]