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Talking about the famous Feria Nacional de San Marcos (San Marcos National Fair) or its monumental bullring takes us immediately to Aguascalientes, a destination with a colonial air. Delve into its history and discover its attractions around the historic downtown area. Marvel at the temple of San Antonio de Padua, adorned by different architectural styles. Discover various museums ranging from history, to art, and death.

Tour the Jardin de San Marcos (San Marcos Garden), a traditional place full of nature and decorated with beautiful statues. Visit Venustiano Carranza street, which is the heart of the nightlife and where you will find a wide variety of entertainment venues including restaurants, galleries, coffee shops, bars and breweries.

San José de Gracia is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) that stands out for the kindness of its people, when you arrive there you will be able to choose between different options to eat and take a souvenir from one of its stores. Then go to the pier to see its main attraction and cross to the Santuario del Cristo Roto (Cristo Roto Sanctuary), which is located in the middle of a small island. Admire its views and incredible landscapes and do not forget to take a photo of the sunset from the shore.

Real de Asientos, also a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) in the state of Aguascalientes, will make you feel like travelling back in time, it is a town with a mining origin, it portrays landscapes that adorn the environment and will leave you in awe. Before reaching downtown, the Exconvento del Señor del Tepozán (Ex-Convent of the Lord of Tepozán) will welcome you, and then continue to Plaza Juárez and its parish; two attractions that embellish downtown with its architectural wealth. Discover its museums, mines, tunnels and an aqueduct that will tell you the history of the place, do not miss the panoramic view from the viewpoint.

Guadalupe is a destination that belongs to the metropolitan area of ​​the city of Zacatecas, so there is no excuse not to visit it. Walk among its quiet streets and admire its colonial architecture in pink quarry stone while you take a walk through its main square. The main attraction of this Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) is the museum and Ex-Convent of Guadalupe that houses paintings, sculptures and other art objects that date back to the 16th century.

Zacatecas is a destination rich in art, culture and colonial architecture, that is why it is one of the sites declared as World Heritage by Unesco. Visiting one of its many museums will leave you astonished, such is the case of its emblematic and elegant basilica carved in pink quarry stone in the Baroque style. At night or by day, the city will offer you a magical experience, walk around it and get lost among its alleys, squares and buildings. Take the cable car or if you prefer, go up on foot to Cerro de la Bufa (La Bufa Hill) and admire the most incredible views of the city.

Visiting a mine is a unique experience, so don't miss the opportunity to do it. Savor some of the dishes of their regional cuisine such as enchiladas, tacos envenenados and the asado de boda.

The last stop is Fresnillo, a mining city that saw its boom due to the abundance of silver, it is also home to the sanctuary of the famous Santo Niño de Atocha. We suggest you walk through its quiet streets and have a pleasant time in its Plaza del Obelisco (Obelisk Square), visit the museums such as the Mine and the Agora museum. We recommend you to try a typical Zacatecan dish and dessert as well.

Talking about the famous Feria Nacional de San Marcos (San Marcos National Fair) or its monumental bullring takes us immediately to Aguascalientes, a destination with a colonial air. Delve into its history and discover its attractions around the historic downtown area. Marvel at the temple of San Antonio de Padua, adorned by different architectural styles. Discover various museums ranging from history, to art, and death.

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Tour the Jardin de San Marcos (San Marcos Garden), a traditional place full of nature and decorated with beautiful statues. Visit Venustiano Carranza street, which is the heart of the nightlife and where you will find a wide variety of entertainment venues including restaurants, galleries, coffee shops, bars and breweries.

San José de Gracia is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) that stands out for the kindness of its people, when you arrive there you will be able to choose between different options to eat and take a souvenir from one of its stores. Then go to the pier to see its main attraction and cross to the Santuario del Cristo Roto (Cristo Roto Sanctuary), which is located in the middle of a small island. Admire its views and incredible landscapes and do not forget to take a photo of the sunset from the shore.

Real de Asientos, also a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) in the state of Aguascalientes, will make you feel like travelling back in time, it is a town with a mining origin, it portrays landscapes that adorn the environment and will leave you in awe. Before reaching downtown, the Exconvento del Señor del Tepozán (Ex-Convent of the Lord of Tepozán) will welcome you, and then continue to Plaza Juárez and its parish; two attractions that embellish downtown with its architectural wealth. Discover its museums, mines, tunnels and an aqueduct that will tell you the history of the place, do not miss the panoramic view from the viewpoint.

Guadalupe is a destination that belongs to the metropolitan area of ​​the city of Zacatecas, so there is no excuse not to visit it. Walk among its quiet streets and admire its colonial architecture in pink quarry stone while you take a walk through its main square. The main attraction of this Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) is the museum and Ex-Convent of Guadalupe that houses paintings, sculptures and other art objects that date back to the 16th century.

Zacatecas is a destination rich in art, culture and colonial architecture, that is why it is one of the sites declared as World Heritage by Unesco. Visiting one of its many museums will leave you astonished, such is the case of its emblematic and elegant basilica carved in pink quarry stone in the Baroque style. At night or by day, the city will offer you a magical experience, walk around it and get lost among its alleys, squares and buildings. Take the cable car or if you prefer, go up on foot to Cerro de la Bufa (La Bufa Hill) and admire the most incredible views of the city.

Visiting a mine is a unique experience, so don't miss the opportunity to do it. Savor some of the dishes of their regional cuisine such as enchiladas, tacos envenenados and the asado de boda.

The last stop is Fresnillo, a mining city that saw its boom due to the abundance of silver, it is also home to the sanctuary of the famous Santo Niño de Atocha. We suggest you walk through its quiet streets and have a pleasant time in its Plaza del Obelisco (Obelisk Square), visit the museums such as the Mine and the Agora museum. We recommend you to try a typical Zacatecan dish and dessert as well.

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