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Zacatecas is a city with a lot of history and colonial beauty, founded in the middle of the 16th century. Its beautiful buildings are characterized by being made of pink quarry stone that is produced in the region and the best way to admire it is from the top of Cerro de la Bufa (Bufa Hill), which is reached by a cable car. Walking along the downtown area is to delve into its history told in each of its museums, temples and convents. In the market you can find Zacatecan sweets and wines. At night you cannot miss the experience of a callejoneada to the rhythm of the drums, it will undoubtedly be a very fun memory.

Guadalupe, Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) is the next destination, it is part of the Zacatecas metropolitan area and has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. During your visit, try various artisan drinks such as atoles and champurrados, as well as burnt milk and biznaga sweets. You can also buy handcrafts made of carved stones, even sarapes, woven layers of wool and rustic furniture.

In Aguascalientes, the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Real de Asientos awaits you. Get to know its past in its tunnels and mines. Here you can also visit the Ex Convento del Señor del Tepozán (Ex-Convent of Señor del Tepozán), Plaza Juárez (Juárez Square) and the downtown Parish, you can also go to the Viewpoint and enjoy the scenery.

Later, head to Aguascalientes, home of the famous Feria Nacional de San Marcos (San Marcos National Fair). It is a place with a lot of history, which you can discover in its many museums downtown. The temple of San Antonio de Padua stands out, for the various architectural styles used in its decoration.

On the way to the state of Jalisco, you will find the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Lagos de Moreno, with attractions such as the Parroquia de la Asunción (Asunción Parish), made in pink quarry stone and in a baroque style from where you can admire the Jardín de los Constituyentes (Garden of the Constituents). The Templo del Calvario (Temple of Calvary) is another must-see, as it also has a viewpoint with unforgettable downtown sights. On your tour you can also visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Luz (Parish of Nuestra Señora de la Luz) and the quarry stone bridge over the Lagos River.

Arriving in the state of Guanajuato, you will find León, a city that is characterized by being the capital of footwear, where you can buy shoes and leather products of the best quality. It also has a wide variety of places to eat such as restaurants, coffee shops and local markets, in addition to its historic center, full of colonial beauties.

The last stop on the route is Guanajuato, a city that stands out for being a destination of great historical relevance, where there are emblematic constructions of the Independence of Mexico such as the Alhóndiga de las Granaditas. To better appreciate the beauty of the city, we recommend you to go up to the Monumento al Pípila (Pípila Monument). Make sure you visit its churches, museums, and famous alleys, among which the “Callejón del Beso” (Kiss Alley) stands out, as well as the majestic Teatro Juárez (Juárez Theater). Other must-do activities are the callejoneadas at nightfall, and attending the Festival Internacional Cervantino (Cervantino International Festival) in October.
Zacatecas is a city with a lot of history and colonial beauty, founded in the middle of the 16th century. Its beautiful buildings are characterized by being made of pink quarry stone that is produced in the region and the best way to admire it is from the top of Cerro de la Bufa (Bufa Hill), which is reached by a cable car. Walking along the downtown area is to delve into its history told in each of its museums, temples and convents. In the market you can find Zacatecan sweets and wines. At night you cannot miss the experience of a callejoneada to the rhythm of the drums, it will undoubtedly be a very fun memory.

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Guadalupe, Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) is the next destination, it is part of the Zacatecas metropolitan area and has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. During your visit, try various artisan drinks such as atoles and champurrados, as well as burnt milk and biznaga sweets. You can also buy handcrafts made of carved stones, even sarapes, woven layers of wool and rustic furniture.

In Aguascalientes, the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Real de Asientos awaits you. Get to know its past in its tunnels and mines. Here you can also visit the Ex Convento del Señor del Tepozán (Ex-Convent of Señor del Tepozán), Plaza Juárez (Juárez Square) and the downtown Parish, you can also go to the Viewpoint and enjoy the scenery.

Later, head to Aguascalientes, home of the famous Feria Nacional de San Marcos (San Marcos National Fair). It is a place with a lot of history, which you can discover in its many museums downtown. The temple of San Antonio de Padua stands out, for the various architectural styles used in its decoration.

On the way to the state of Jalisco, you will find the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Lagos de Moreno, with attractions such as the Parroquia de la Asunción (Asunción Parish), made in pink quarry stone and in a baroque style from where you can admire the Jardín de los Constituyentes (Garden of the Constituents). The Templo del Calvario (Temple of Calvary) is another must-see, as it also has a viewpoint with unforgettable downtown sights. On your tour you can also visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Luz (Parish of Nuestra Señora de la Luz) and the quarry stone bridge over the Lagos River.

Arriving in the state of Guanajuato, you will find León, a city that is characterized by being the capital of footwear, where you can buy shoes and leather products of the best quality. It also has a wide variety of places to eat such as restaurants, coffee shops and local markets, in addition to its historic center, full of colonial beauties.

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