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Paraíso Real Estate, Benito Juárez 102, Barrio de la Garita, just past the exit of Calle Reforma at La Garita.Sr. Rafael Ramírez López, Sr. Rafael Ramírez Jocobo,  Sra. Ariadna Ramírez Jacobo,  & Nestór Silva Jaimes.
Tel/Fax: (762)622-3343 or (762)622-0925
Email: [email protected]
Web site:
Owners: Rafael Ramírez López, Ariadna Ramírez Jacobo & Rafael Ramírez Jocobo
Languages: English and Spanish
Hours: 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.
Owners comment: We have eleven years of experience in domestic and commercial real estate here in Taxco. We have property listings, some of which you may see on our web site, but we also have large tracts of land suitable for tourist development. With our in-house attorney, the architectural assistance we can provide and the financing plans we have, we can make owning a piece of property or a home a reality. We are members of A.M.P.I., the Mexican Real Estate Professional’s Association.
Note: If you are planning on an extended stay in Taxco, let us help you find a suitable rental.

Basic Information for buying land
one square meter equals 1.196 square yards
one acre equals .4047 hectares
½ acre equals .2024 hectares
one acre equals 43,560 square feet or 4840 square yards



Taxqueñans are a religious people as can be seen in the number of churches and small shrines around the town. Church bells ring at all hours of the day and night, marking not only the time, but the hours of religious services and even knelling news of a death in the neighborhood. Many people maintain a private shrine in their home or garden which are almost always lovingly adorned with fresh cut flowers.

Once outlawed by the Mexican Government in an effort to reduce the power of the Catholic Church, religious processions now take place routinely in the streets around town. At times processions of believers make their way from some of the local villages to town oftentimes carrying a religious icon which will be placed for a while in one of the Taxco churches before returning to its home village in yet another procession.

Taxco is best known for its Easter Week processions of penitents. There is much secrecy surrounding the individuals who participate, but many are said to be seeking relief from an illness or living a pledge made on behalf of a family member. It is not something for the weak of heart for the blood is as real as the pain of the participants. The accompanying drummers beat a solemn dirge which may chill many a soft heart. Nevertheless, Taxco is always completely filled during Easter Week with visiting spectators of this medieval expression of religious fervor.


A more light hearted and wonderful day in Taxco may be spent visiting all of the many churches and small shrines in town. Each has its own character and many differ in the architectural style in which they were built, reflecting the growth of the town and evolving forms of faith over the centuries. Each of the Catholic churches in its unique statuary also seems to reflect a particular vision of Catholicism. The churches are all fascinating to visit and many are truly beautiful buildings.

What follow are links to pictorials of the churches we have visited and to some of the small shrines we have seen along the way when we have been traveling in Taxco.


Chavarrieta Church of Latter Day Saints Ex Convento Guadalupe
Ojeda Presbiteriana San Miguel San Nicholas
Santa Prisca Santisima Trinidad Taxco Shrines Veracruz

Other churches in Taxco include:

Iglesia Anglicana, Calle Juan Ruis de Alarcon just across from Plaza Taxco Tel: 762-622-1257




Café/Restaurante del Convento, Calle Estacadas No. 32 (Located in the Plaza San Javier Shopping Center - just down from Ex Convento as the name indicates)Relax With A Great Cup of Coffee, While You Enjoy the Panoramic Views of This Beautiful Colonial Town.
Tel: (762)622-3272 Fax: 622-2351
Email: [email protected]
Owner: Anha Reveri Castillo Mejía
Manager: Martha Mejía Dominguez

Breakfast: 7:30 A.M. to 12:30 Noon
Lunch: 12 Noon to 5:30 P.M.
Dinner: 6:00 P.M. to 10:30 P.M.
Serving: International and Mexican specialties along with wine, beer and alcoholic beverages.
Languages: English and Spanish
Method of Payment: Cash, traveler's checks and now we accept credit cards, both Visa and Master Card
Reservations: Not normally necessary, but they are accepted.
Specialties: With a full menu of classic international dishes, salads, and Mexican specialties, we are sure to have something for everyone. Our most popular beef dishes are filet mignon, shish kebob, and Tampiqueña, but its hard to say if those are more popular than our special salads and our freshly cooked fish. Whether you have dined lightly or enjoyed a more substantial meal, you will always enjoy lingering to enjoy our roof top views and ambiance with a pastry or Del Convento ice cream and one of our special coffees, cappuccino, or latte. On Sundays join us for brunch from 8:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
Comment: Because this restaurant is associated with the Posada San Javier, hotel guests may enjoy a special service--have your meals served by the pool or order room service and charge it to your room! The views are wonderful and the decor is lovely. The perfect place to dine. Don't forget to bring a copy of this ad in to get a FREE complimentary welcome cocktail for you and your guest!



Café Bar La Terraza, Plaza Borda #4, the rooftop restaurant of the Hotel Agua Escondida on the town La Terraza Rooftop Restaurant.square or zócalo. Enter through the main door of the hotel and climb a few flights up the stairs.
Tel: (762) 622-0663
Manager: Sra. Angelica Alvarez
Hours: 12:00 noon until 11:00 P.M.
Serving: International and Mexican dishes, wine, beer and alcoholic beverages.
Languages: English and Spanish
Credit cards: Yes, Visa, MC & American Express
Reservations: Not necessary
Specialties: Though popular for its good food and wonderful setting, La Terraza is perhaps even more of a favorite for its cappuccinos and its after dinner drinks. We now offer free wireless internet access to our guests while they enjoy the fine cuisine and the spectacular views.
Comment: One of two popular restaurants at the Hotel Agua Escondida, La Terraza offers a delightful rooftop ambiance with umbrellas for shading the sun during the day and starry skies at night. There is probably no better place to be when Taxco is having one of its common fireworks displays. Don’t leave town without enjoying a margarita in this romantic setting.

Caffécito, Calle de las Delicias 23, Centro, Taxco (to the right off of Calle Guadalupe, click here or the photograph to see a map.)
Tel: (52) 7626276177
Just click the pic to see a map of how to get  here!Email: [email protected]
FACEBOOK: Scaffecito
Owner/Designer: Violante Ulrich
Gallery Hours: Monday - Sabado 9:00A.M.- 6:00P.M.
Restaurant Hours: Open for lunch from about noon until 4:00 PM
Languages: English, Italian, Spanish
Method of Payment: Cash
Reservations: Not necessary
Specialties: We have an international menu with an emphasis on Italian favorites as well as Mexican Cuisine. We, of course have a great selection of accompanying wines, beers and alcoholic beverages. We are most appreciated by our clientel for bringing authentic Italian dishes to Taxco along with our other creative and delicious menu items. Caffécito, now offers a takeaway service, so you can eat well while working at your hotel etc.
Comment: Housed in the former Taxco residence of William Spratling, what makes Caffecito unusual is that it combines a fine restaurant and a gallery of my jewelry designs along with those of Spratling. My father, Alberto Ulrich, bought the Spratling home and ranch and all rights to the designs he left behind back in 1968 and we are proud today to continue the tradition of matching fine design with fine quality. We have recently added the work of other local silver designers in Taxco to the Gallery. You can come and browse while having a glass of wine before your meal. We've brought that character to our restaurant as well. Please take a moment to read the tribute to my father on the home page of Taxco-Today, just click here.




Restaurante Ethel, Plazuela de San Juan No. 14
Restaurant EthelTel: (762)622-0788
Owner: Sra. Etelvina Flores de Cordero
Breakfast: 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
Lunch: 1:00 to 5:00 P.M.
Dinner: 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
Serving: International and Mexican specialties along with wine, beer and alcoholic beverages.
Languages: English and Spanish
Credit cards: Visa y Master Card but not AMEX

Reservations: Not necessary
Specialties: Our restaurant is best known for what is called in Mexico, comida casera. That means home cooking so you get the best of what you order from cecina, pozole blanco, chicken in the oven, salads, tacos and tostadas or vegetarian meals. If you’d prefer dining on something more familiar, order a ham omelet for breakfast, a hamburger with fries for lunch and a pork chop for dinner. What ever you order, you won’t be disappointed. Aside from offering good food, Restaurante Ethel has a great location right in the center of town. Normally pozole is served in Taxco's restaurants only on Thursday, but we now make pozole estilo Guerrero everyday of the week. Take part in this Taxco tradition whenever you are here.
Comment: In business for 35 years, Restaurante Ethel is definitely doing something right! They have earned listings in many guidebooks on Taxco including the Lonely Planet and Frommer’s.



Restaurante (PUT YOUR RESTAURANT AD HERE!), YOUR ADDRESS AND PHOTO!Just Click this Image to see more!
Tel: (762)622-XXXX Fax: 622-XXXX
Breakfast:8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
12:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Dinner: 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.
Serving: International and Mexican specialties along with wine, beer and alcoholic beverages.
Languages: English and Spanish
Credit cards: Yes, we accept credit cards.
Reservations: Not normally necessary, except for groups.
Specialties: Along with offering fine international and Mexican wines, (YOUR RESTAURANT)has a full menu of Mexican and international dishes. For dinner, start with one of our popular appetizers, queso cilantro; follow that with one of our freshly made salads or a sopa de tortilla, but save room for the main course. Choose one of our pastas, or maybe shrimp scampi. Maybe you'd prefer an American style T-bone steak or a Mexican favorite, Oaxacan enchiladas. Follow up with cherries jubilee and coffee. Linger as you dine to enjoy the views. Whether you come for breakfast, lunch with our special menu's of the day, or for dinner you will enjoy the experience and return again.
Comment: From the moment you walk through the door, you will see that del Angel has something very unique in store for you. It is one of the most beautiful restorations of any of the architectural treasures of Taxco. From our rooftop dining to our courtyard dining we will offer you a visual and culinary experience. This is a must see during your visit to Taxco. Our extensive menus of foods and wines, the beauty of the setting and the fantastic views combine to make it a very special place indeed.



Restaurante (PUT YOUR RESTAURANT AD HERE!), YOUR ADDRESS AND PHOTO!Just Click this Image to see more!
Manager: YOUR NAME
Languages: Spanish and English
Method of Payment: Cash or US Dollars
Hours: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner beginning at 9:00 A.M. and going until the crowd leaves.
Not necessary, but accepted for groups with a few days notice.
Serving: We pride ourselves on the sophistication of our menu offerings while also providing an ample selection of everyone's favorites. For something very special start with a Greek or Caesar salad, enjoy a bowl of onion soup and then enjoy our parmesan chicken or try our tequila shrimp. For desert have a cappuccino and delight in our caramel crepes. With a fine meal and beautiful views you will have a unique dining experience here in Taxco.
Comment: With seating for over 100 this has become one of the favorite stops for large groups and fiestas. Some of the finest views in Taxco and a wonderful relaxed setting will make this restaurant one of your favorites. If you are planning a group event, we will provide a buffet with a Mexican or international menu for a minimum of thirty people. Review our web site to explore your menu.



Aladinos, Benito Juarez No. 19 (across from the Post Office)
Tel: (762)627-6170
Owner: Claudia Hernandez Duarte
Language: Spanish
Method of Payment: Cash
Hours: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner beginning at 9:00 A.M. and closing at 12:00 P.M.
Not necessary
Serving: All of our offerings are home made every day from the freshest ingredients. We have eighteen years of experience as restaurateurs and you won't be disappointed. We are well known for our energizing juices, our soups and our Italian cuisine. Our most popular pasta is Espaguetis Boloñesa and our pizzas are fabulous coming out of our professional pizza oven. We have beer and wine and a complete bar. Finish your meal with one of our homemade cheesecakes and a cup of cappuccino or espresso.
Comment: For fresh authentic Mexican or Italian food made fresh every day. Come and visit us; you'll dine in a beautiful setting with equally beautiful views. Our roof top dining is one of the best settings in Taxco.



La Abuelita, Av. de los Plateros, Mexican home cooking.

Bora Bora Pizza
Good news for those of you who remember it well; Bora Bora Pizza has reopened in a new location- midway from Plaza San Juan and Parque Guerrero.

La Casona

La Pagaduria del Rey, Bermeja Tel: (762)622-3467

La Ventana de Taxco, Pedro Martin








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