Ruta Franciscana Franciscan Route

Tlajomulco de Zúñiga

Tlajomulco de Zúñiga has a very special jewel that extends for several kilometers. It is the Franciscan Route, something that you should not miss the opportunity to visit it if you go to this city.

What does it consist of?

This beautiful city has an architectural complex of chapels and hospitals built during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with an admirable historical legacy left by the Franciscan friars, which is currently called "The Franciscan Route".

This route consists of visiting those eight temples in this municipality. The Franciscans built this architectural complex, which ran from California to Guatemala, fortunately Tlajomulco still has ten buildings of this complex.

It is a tour that begins downtown Tlajomulco from 8:30 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon, you can visit all the temples and receive an explaination about them.

The Franciscan Route has a recovery cost of $ 60.00 pesos per person.

This tour should definitely be on your list, as it teaches us this incredible story of the Franciscan friars and the importance of these admirable temples.

Tlajomulco de Zúñiga has a very special jewel that extends for several kilometers. It is the Franciscan Route, something that you should not miss the opportunity to visit it if you go to this city.

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What does it consist of?

This beautiful city has an architectural complex of chapels and hospitals built during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with an admirable historical legacy left by the Franciscan friars, which is currently called "The Franciscan Route".

This route consists of visiting those eight temples in this municipality. The Franciscans built this architectural complex, which ran from California to Guatemala, fortunately Tlajomulco still has ten buildings of this complex.

It is a tour that begins downtown Tlajomulco from 8:30 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon, you can visit all the temples and receive an explaination about them.

The Franciscan Route has a recovery cost of $ 60.00 pesos per person.

This tour should definitely be on your list, as it teaches us this incredible story of the Franciscan friars and the importance of these admirable temples.

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