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Begin your journey in Pachuca, Hidalgo, where you can admire the Monumental Clock, which you can take as a souvenir in a miniature version. Visit the Museo de Minería (Mining Museum) and the Museo del Fútbol (Soccer Museum). You’ll be surprised to know that apart from having been an important mining center, Pachuca is also considered the birthplace of soccer, due to the influence of the English that established here in the boom of the mining era and from this influence also the delicious pastes were born, which you must try.

Now go to Tula, Hidalgo a beautiful place full of history. It was founded in the 10th century by the son of Mixcóatl and is still very close to its past. You can visit the Parish and the old Convent of San José dating from the 16th century which are located downtown, from which you can also go directly to the Archaeological Zone of Tula, through the Quetzalcóatl Tourist Walkthrough on a suspension bridge. The first thing that will catch your attention are Los Atlantes, giants made of basalt stone with an impressive height of 4.6 meters (15 ft), representing Quetzalcóatl as “Estrella de la Mañana” ("Star of the Morning"); They are located in the upper part of the Templo El Señor de la Casa de Alba (Temple El Señor de la Casa de Alba). Other points that you can visit here are the Palacio Quemado (Burned Palace), the Muro de Culebras (Snakes Wall), the Pirámide del Sol (Pyramid of the Sun) and the ball court.

Next you will visit Aculco de Espinoza. It is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) with wonderful landscapes to visit and be in contact with nature, such as the Concepción waterfalls, the Ñadó hill and Tixhiñú. In town, you can try the great variety of local cheeses and buy typical handcrafts made with ixtle fiber.

The next stop will be at Amealco de Bonfil, in the state of Querétaro where landscape and culture combine. This little town is surrounded by pine, oak forests and lagoons. It is a place to stroll through its cobbled streets and admire its colonial architecture, where the Parroquia de Santa María Amealco (Santa María Amealco Parish) of neoclassical style, the a Palacio Municipal (Municipal Palace) and the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) are worth visiting. You can also stroll through its Plaza Principal (Main Square), the largest in the state. Don’t forget to purchase some typical handcrafts: beautiful dolls made of cloth, with colorful dresses and ribbons. Savor the beef chicharrones and the quelites accompanied by a pulque. Go ahead and try "sendecho", a fermented drink made of cascabelillo chili, corn and alcohol.

Now we return to the path towards Celaya, in the state of Guanajuato. A stroll through downtown is a must to see its beautiful Cathedral, and the Templos de San Francisco y de la Tercer Orden (San Francisco the Third Order Temples). It is also interesting to visit the Hydraulic Tower and do not forget to try the delicious cajeta, an emblematic sweet of this place.

The route now leads to the city of Irapuato, a famous place in Guanajuato for being the Capital de la Fresa (Capital of the Strawberry), as it is one of the most important producers worldwide. Here you can stroll through the Plaza de los Fundadores, (Founders Square) visit the cathedral, the Templo Hospitalito (Hospitalito Temple), the Museo de la Ciudad (City Museum) and the Mural de Orígenes (Mural of Origins). You will be amazed by the great variety of dishes, drinks, desserts and jams made of strawberry that you can also take as a souvenir.

Resume the journey to continue towards Silao. This outstanding industrial center of Guanajuato is recognized for being the starting point towards the Cerro del Cubilete (Cubilete Hill). It is an ascent of 2,700 meters (8,858 ft) in height until reaching the Cristo de la Montaña (Christ of the Mountain), where year after year countless pilgrimages are made. In addition to that, from here you have a wonderful view of the landscape. In downtown you can admire its beautiful colonial buildings, such as the Parroquia de Santiago Apóstol (Santiago Apostol Parrish), the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) and the Presidencial Municipal (Municipal Presidency).

This route ends in the city of León, Guanajuato. It is perfect for acquiring shoes made of high quality leather, as it is considered the Capital del Calzado (Capital of Footwear). It is also perfect to enjoy its architectural attractions, such as the Templo Expiatorio (Expiatory Temple) and the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral), stroll through downtown and try a famous guacamayas (a sort of sandwich with pork rinds), a caldo de oso (catfish and vegetable soup) or some tacos de aire (folded fried tortilla with tomatoes and onions on top).
Begin your journey in Pachuca, Hidalgo, where you can admire the Monumental Clock, which you can take as a souvenir in a miniature version. Visit the Museo de Minería (Mining Museum) and the Museo del Fútbol (Soccer Museum). You’ll be surprised to know that apart from having been an important mining center, Pachuca is also considered the birthplace of soccer, due to the influence of the English that established here in the boom of the mining era and from this influence also the delicious pastes were born, which you must try.

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Now go to Tula, Hidalgo a beautiful place full of history. It was founded in the 10th century by the son of Mixcóatl and is still very close to its past. You can visit the Parish and the old Convent of San José dating from the 16th century which are located downtown, from which you can also go directly to the Archaeological Zone of Tula, through the Quetzalcóatl Tourist Walkthrough on a suspension bridge. The first thing that will catch your attention are Los Atlantes, giants made of basalt stone with an impressive height of 4.6 meters (15 ft), representing Quetzalcóatl as “Estrella de la Mañana” ("Star of the Morning"); They are located in the upper part of the Templo El Señor de la Casa de Alba (Temple El Señor de la Casa de Alba). Other points that you can visit here are the Palacio Quemado (Burned Palace), the Muro de Culebras (Snakes Wall), the Pirámide del Sol (Pyramid of the Sun) and the ball court.

Next you will visit Aculco de Espinoza. It is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) with wonderful landscapes to visit and be in contact with nature, such as the Concepción waterfalls, the Ñadó hill and Tixhiñú. In town, you can try the great variety of local cheeses and buy typical handcrafts made with ixtle fiber.

The next stop will be at Amealco de Bonfil, in the state of Querétaro where landscape and culture combine. This little town is surrounded by pine, oak forests and lagoons. It is a place to stroll through its cobbled streets and admire its colonial architecture, where the Parroquia de Santa María Amealco (Santa María Amealco Parish) of neoclassical style, the a Palacio Municipal (Municipal Palace) and the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) are worth visiting. You can also stroll through its Plaza Principal (Main Square), the largest in the state. Don’t forget to purchase some typical handcrafts: beautiful dolls made of cloth, with colorful dresses and ribbons. Savor the beef chicharrones and the quelites accompanied by a pulque. Go ahead and try "sendecho", a fermented drink made of cascabelillo chili, corn and alcohol.

Now we return to the path towards Celaya, in the state of Guanajuato. A stroll through downtown is a must to see its beautiful Cathedral, and the Templos de San Francisco y de la Tercer Orden (San Francisco the Third Order Temples). It is also interesting to visit the Hydraulic Tower and do not forget to try the delicious cajeta, an emblematic sweet of this place.

The route now leads to the city of Irapuato, a famous place in Guanajuato for being the Capital de la Fresa (Capital of the Strawberry), as it is one of the most important producers worldwide. Here you can stroll through the Plaza de los Fundadores, (Founders Square) visit the cathedral, the Templo Hospitalito (Hospitalito Temple), the Museo de la Ciudad (City Museum) and the Mural de Orígenes (Mural of Origins). You will be amazed by the great variety of dishes, drinks, desserts and jams made of strawberry that you can also take as a souvenir.

Resume the journey to continue towards Silao. This outstanding industrial center of Guanajuato is recognized for being the starting point towards the Cerro del Cubilete (Cubilete Hill). It is an ascent of 2,700 meters (8,858 ft) in height until reaching the Cristo de la Montaña (Christ of the Mountain), where year after year countless pilgrimages are made. In addition to that, from here you have a wonderful view of the landscape. In downtown you can admire its beautiful colonial buildings, such as the Parroquia de Santiago Apóstol (Santiago Apostol Parrish), the Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture) and the Presidencial Municipal (Municipal Presidency).

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