Aguascalientes


Aguascalientes is a state that is historically, culturally, traditionally and naturally rich. It is part of the Bajío (lowlands) area and it adjoins Zacatecas in the north and Jalisco in the south. It owes its name to the hot springs found in the region. Its territory has everything necessary to offer a wide variety of experiences for all tastes.

From living the festival of the San Marcos Fair during the months of April and May, to discovering its historic center with its beautiful Tuscan neoclassical style cathedral, enjoying exhibitions, parks and fountains of the Aguascalientes Museum, taking a stroll through its streets and admiring the colorful houses made of quarry stone. You can even take a tour to visit its vineyards and learn about the history of its farms.

Another must-see in your “to-do” list at Aguascalientes is visiting its beautiful Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns), full of attractions that will take your breath away.

Such is the case of Calvillo, which is characterized by being one of the largest guava producers and having some of the greatest embroidery artisans, who practice the deshilado technique. Here you can enjoy the Malpaso Dam, La Plazuela Hidalgo (a small town square) and the Templo del Señor de Salitre ( Señor del Salitre Temple ).

Real de Asientos is the oldest municipality in the state and will surprise you with its landscapes and mining heritage, it is surrounded by tunnels and aqueducts that will take you on a journey through time. You must visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora Belém (Parish of Our Lady Bethlehem) and the Mina el Hundido (Hundido Mine).

Lovers of nature and ecotourism will find San José de Gracia to be the ideal place to feel the adrenaline, in Boca de Túnel Adventure Park there are rock formations, hanging bridges and zip lines, there are also bike and horseback rides. You can also visit the Sierra Fría camp or admire the Cristo Roto (Broken Christ), which is located in the Plutarco Elias Calles dam, the largest in the state.

Delight yourself with delicious gastronomy in the traditional diners, where you will find snacks such as flautas (rolled tortilla stuffed with chicken or potato with cream, lettuce, cheese and sauce), Aguascalientes style enchiladas or sopes. Do not forget to try the birria or the chiquiadas, which are fried gorditas with butter, and for that sweet craving try one of the desserts made with guava, which is one of the main products in the area.

Discover the state of Aguascalientes and its incredible colonial past.
Aguascalientes is a state that is historically, culturally, traditionally and naturally rich. It is part of the Bajío (lowlands) area and it adjoins Zacatecas in the north and Jalisco in the south. It owes its name to the hot springs found in the region. Its territory has everything necessary to offer a wide variety of experiences for all tastes.

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From living the festival of the San Marcos Fair during the months of April and May, to discovering its historic center with its beautiful Tuscan neoclassical style cathedral, enjoying exhibitions, parks and fountains of the Aguascalientes Museum, taking a stroll through its streets and admiring the colorful houses made of quarry stone. You can even take a tour to visit its vineyards and learn about the history of its farms.

Another must-see in your “to-do” list at Aguascalientes is visiting its beautiful Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns), full of attractions that will take your breath away.

Such is the case of Calvillo, which is characterized by being one of the largest guava producers and having some of the greatest embroidery artisans, who practice the deshilado technique. Here you can enjoy the Malpaso Dam, La Plazuela Hidalgo (a small town square) and the Templo del Señor de Salitre ( Señor del Salitre Temple ).

Real de Asientos is the oldest municipality in the state and will surprise you with its landscapes and mining heritage, it is surrounded by tunnels and aqueducts that will take you on a journey through time. You must visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora Belém (Parish of Our Lady Bethlehem) and the Mina el Hundido (Hundido Mine).

Lovers of nature and ecotourism will find San José de Gracia to be the ideal place to feel the adrenaline, in Boca de Túnel Adventure Park there are rock formations, hanging bridges and zip lines, there are also bike and horseback rides. You can also visit the Sierra Fría camp or admire the Cristo Roto (Broken Christ), which is located in the Plutarco Elias Calles dam, the largest in the state.

Delight yourself with delicious gastronomy in the traditional diners, where you will find snacks such as flautas (rolled tortilla stuffed with chicken or potato with cream, lettuce, cheese and sauce), Aguascalientes style enchiladas or sopes. Do not forget to try the birria or the chiquiadas, which are fried gorditas with butter, and for that sweet craving try one of the desserts made with guava, which is one of the main products in the area.

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