Salvatierra is a place where two worlds collide; where Spanish influences erected majestic monuments in their squares, convents and temples. The Capuchin Temple, which forms part of the Convent Route, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site surrounded by wheat granaries that shine like golden hair in the sun. Its existence is marked by the course of the river Lerma, by the old Bridge of Batanes that crosses it and by the long canal and the pair of channels feed by it. When you sit in the squares you can witness the union between Spanish culture and Native culture.

Come to live a unique experience in one of Mexico's Pueblos mágicos; visit Salvatierra.

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