Guanajuato


The state of Guanajuato is located in the northern-central region of the República Mexicana (Mexican Republic). Its historical significance is so great for the country, that each of its corners tells a formidable story. Its broad tourist appeal, its location, as well as the diversity and beauty of its territory, have made it the 6th most visited destination in the country. On your visit to the state you will be amazed by its colonial jewels, its architecture and archaeological sites.

The capital city bearing the same name, was named a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, it is also the venue of the Festival Internacional Cervantino (International Cervantino Festival) and its streets are home to historic buildings that were key in the country's history, such is the case of the Alhóndiga de las Granaditas.

San Miguel de Allende, likewise, is considered a World Heritage Site and is a favorite destination for visitors from all over the world. The beauty of its streets and the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel (San Miguel Arcángel Parrish) are attractions that will take your breath away. Discover its Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns), such as Dolores Hidalgo which was the birthplace of Mexico’s Independence, Comonfort, which is characterized by the work of its artisans, Salvatierra and its impressive temples, admire Yuriria and its lagoon, forget about stress while you observe the landscapes of Jalpa de Cánovas and do a journey back in time between farms and mines in Mineral de Pozos.

Guanajuato has everything for you to spend an unforgettable vacation. Visit the cultural destination of Mexico.
The state of Guanajuato is located in the northern-central region of the República Mexicana (Mexican Republic). Its historical significance is so great for the country, that each of its corners tells a formidable story. Its broad tourist appeal, its location, as well as the diversity and beauty of its territory, have made it the 6th most visited destination in the country. On your visit to the state you will be amazed by its colonial jewels, its architecture and archaeological sites.

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The capital city bearing the same name, was named a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, it is also the venue of the Festival Internacional Cervantino (International Cervantino Festival) and its streets are home to historic buildings that were key in the country's history, such is the case of the Alhóndiga de las Granaditas.

San Miguel de Allende, likewise, is considered a World Heritage Site and is a favorite destination for visitors from all over the world. The beauty of its streets and the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel (San Miguel Arcángel Parrish) are attractions that will take your breath away. Discover its Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns), such as Dolores Hidalgo which was the birthplace of Mexico’s Independence, Comonfort, which is characterized by the work of its artisans, Salvatierra and its impressive temples, admire Yuriria and its lagoon, forget about stress while you observe the landscapes of Jalpa de Cánovas and do a journey back in time between farms and mines in Mineral de Pozos.

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