Queretaro has a capital by the same name, one of the most beautiful cities in the Bajío, full of history and traditions. Downtown, there are churches and Baroque buildings, as well as museums with excellent painting collections. The state is located at a crossroads, both historical and geographic. It was the stage for conspiracies that resulted in the Independence movement. It has natural areas that are breathtaking, such as the Gorda Mountains, which attract more than one adventurous traveler.
This is the ideal city to get lost among its streets which twist, cross and end in wonderful plazas full of history but also restaurants, bars, coffee shops and stores. Guanajuato was one of the richest cities during the Colony and this abundance is reflected in its churches, monasteries, theaters and museums. It is also a birthplace of the Independence movement, and venue of one of the most important cultural festivals in the continent.
Between tequila, music and the cultural wealth of Jalisco, there is never enough time to visit one of the states with most drive in the country. From movements and proposals by young people in the cities, to the natural beauty of its coasts, Jalisco has become renowned throughout the world. However, it is thanks to the popularity of tequila that this destination is particularly delicious. Art galleries, museums, Pueblos Magicos, nature and first-rate gastronomy make this place an obligated stop.