Reenact the Cry in Dolores

Dolores Hidalgo , Guanajuato

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The Cry of Dolores is considered the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence. Each year, on the night of September 15, this date is commemorated as the country's most important country festival.

LIVE THE OUR LADY OF DOLORES PARISH

Meet the Our Lady of Dolores Parish, the place where our ancestors made this statement, what is known as the cradle of national independence. If you want to live the national holidays of Mexico from its roots, Dolores Hidalgo is the right place.

CELEBRATE THE INDEPENDENCE HOLIDAYS

Enjoy the holidays for most of the month of September. Enjoy the various musical events in the main garden, the shows performed in the Teatro Del Pueblo and dare to climb the amusement park rides and have fun in the circus presented in the village.

ENJOY THE POPULAR VERBENA

After The Cry, enjoy the popular verbena and try the wide variety of typical dishes and Mexican antojitos. Prepare your stomach and be delighted by Mexican food: eat pozole, gorditas, chalupas, fritters, tostadas, molletes, and have a toast with tequila or pulque to the rhythm of mariachi and band music.

 

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