Coahuila de Zaragoza


Coahuila offers a large number of tourist experiences, it is the third largest state in the country, it is located in the north and is bordered by Nuevo León to the east and by Zacatecas and San Luis Potosí to the south. The desert is predominant in this territory, however it also has beautiful swamps, lagoons, mountains and forests.

Its capital city, Saltillo, has a variety of museums such as Museo Venustiano Carranza (Venustiano Carranza Museum), Museo del Desierto (the Desert Museum) and Museo de las Aves (the Bird Museum). As you walk through its streets you will discover the beauty of its buildings of great historical and architectural value.

Other important regions of the state are Piedras Negras, Torreón and Monclova.

Coahuila has seven Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) where you can enjoy the nature and beauty of its territory.

Cuatro Ciénegas is one of the most popular attractions due to its natural wonders such as the Poza Azul (Blue Pool), Minas de Mármol (Marble Mines) and the amazing Dunas de Yeso (Plaster Dunes).

Arteaga, the so-called Mexican Switzerland -thanks to its mountainous landscapes- is ideal for skiing, horseback riding or cycling, as well as hiking.

In Parras de la Fuente you can stroll through vineyards and discover historical sites such as the Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Religious Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe).

Be amazed by the Bilbao Dunes in the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Viesca where you can also appreciate the weaving and embroidery work of the artisans of the region.

You must visit Candela and its relaxing hot springs, get to know the history of the town of Guerrero in the Misión de San Bernardo (Church of San Bernardo) or Melchor Múzquiz and its museums and historical buildings.

As you can see, Coahuila is full of places that will surprise you, prepare your itinerary and enjoy your trip.

Coahuila offers a large number of tourist experiences, it is the third largest state in the country, it is located in the north and is bordered by Nuevo León to the east and by Zacatecas and San Luis Potosí to the south. The desert is predominant in this territory, however it also has beautiful swamps, lagoons, mountains and forests.

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Its capital city, Saltillo, has a variety of museums such as Museo Venustiano Carranza (Venustiano Carranza Museum), Museo del Desierto (the Desert Museum) and Museo de las Aves (the Bird Museum). As you walk through its streets you will discover the beauty of its buildings of great historical and architectural value.

Other important regions of the state are Piedras Negras, Torreón and Monclova.

Coahuila has seven Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) where you can enjoy the nature and beauty of its territory.

Cuatro Ciénegas is one of the most popular attractions due to its natural wonders such as the Poza Azul (Blue Pool), Minas de Mármol (Marble Mines) and the amazing Dunas de Yeso (Plaster Dunes).

Arteaga, the so-called Mexican Switzerland -thanks to its mountainous landscapes- is ideal for skiing, horseback riding or cycling, as well as hiking.

In Parras de la Fuente you can stroll through vineyards and discover historical sites such as the Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Religious Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe).

Be amazed by the Bilbao Dunes in the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Viesca where you can also appreciate the weaving and embroidery work of the artisans of the region.

You must visit Candela and its relaxing hot springs, get to know the history of the town of Guerrero in the Misión de San Bernardo (Church of San Bernardo) or Melchor Múzquiz and its museums and historical buildings.

As you can see, Coahuila is full of places that will surprise you, prepare your itinerary and enjoy your trip.

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