A mining town adapted to its valleys and mountains, Zacatecas reflects its appeal in its beautiful buildings which are actual works of art.
Why did it receive this distinction?
Due to its architecture and urban lay-out, as well as due to the irregularity of the alignment of its streets, which constitute the splendor of its Historic Center recognized by UNESCO.
What to do?
Cross the Center of Zacatecas by cable car, and admire the city’s the beautiful pink stone monuments.
Tour the legendary El Eden mine on board an underground train that reaches the bowels of the state, going by critical sites such as a chapel, the Museum of Minerals and other interesting sites.
You must visit
The Church of Fatima, the Gonzalez Ortega Market, the Cathedral, the El Eden Mine, the Church of Guadalupe, the Former San Pedro Bullring and the Former Church of San Agustin.