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Coahuila is home to 7 magical towns.with great history and culture. Follow the route to visit each destination HERE
There is no better place to experience TEXMEX food and culture than the Coahuila and Texas border such as Pierdas Negras.
The area is known as the “Oasis of Coahuila,” the city is renowned for its sprawling vineyards, colonial architecture and huge trees. The first wine produced on the American continent was made in Parras, Coahuila. Casa Madero is the oldest winery in the Western Hemisphere and a popular Parras tourist attraction,
A popular stop is the Museo del Vino (Museum of Wine), which displays grinding machines, stills and distilling vessels brought over from Paris in the 19th century. Other notable area wineries are the San Lorenzo Hacienda and the Bodegas del Vesubio. Vintners, where citizens and tourists gather each August for the city’s grape and wine festival, la Feria de la Uva y el Vino.
NACHO ORDINARY BORDER STATE! The town of Piedras Negras is where Chef Ignacio Nacho Anaya served the first-ever plate of NACHOS in 1943. The popular appetizer of tortilla chips and melted cheese has become a Tex-Mex cuisine classic. In honor of this delectable invention, the town hosts an annual nacho competition during the second week of October.
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