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Dazzling route: Zacatecas, Aguascalientes and Jalisco

San José de Gracia, Real de Asientos, Guadalajara, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, San Juan de los Lagos, Tlaquepaque

Zacatecas is a city with a deep mining heritage, whose historical, cultural and architectural importance have made it worthy of being named World Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO. Its buildings stand out for the beautiful pink quarry stone facades. Walking through its colonial streets is quite an experience. During your visit you cannot miss its museums and mines to learn about the history of the place. Fall in love with its traditional cuisine and enjoy the tacos envenenados, enchiladas and the asado de boda.

Guadalupe, Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) is also a jewel of Zacatecas that has been considered a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. The destination stands out for its colonial-style buildings and the craftsmanship of its inhabitants, which offer carved stones, rustic furniture, sarapes and wool capes.

Real de Asientos is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) in the state of Aguascalientes in which among its streets and buildings you will learn about its mining past. Its most important sites include the Ex Convento del Señor de Tepozán (Señor de Tepozán Ex-Convent), the Plaza Juárez (Juarez Square) and its parish. Admire its aqueduct and the old mines that are witnesses to the greatness of the place.

San José de Gracia is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) that stands out for the kindness of its people, upon arrival you can choose from a variety of options to eat, take a souvenir in one of its shops and then go to the pier and cross to the Santuario del Cristo Roto (Cristo Roto Sanctuary); a huge sculpture placed in the middle of a small island.

Aguascalientes has everything to make your trip an unforgettable experience. Enjoy its colonial buildings, parks and hot springs. Admire the art of the Templo de San Antonio de Padua (San Antonio de Padua temple), tour the historic downtown area and discover its many museums. Take a walk through the Jardín San Marcos (San Marcos Garden) and enjoy its sculptures and nature.

San Juan de los Lagos, is located in the state of Jalisco. It is a city rich in architecture, its cathedral attracts thousands of tourists who come to visit the Vírgen de San Juan de Los Lagos (San Juan de Los Lagos Virgin), for this reason it is considered an important religious destination. Being a pilgrimage site, it has various lodging and food options; In the main market you will find typical dishes of the state, where you can also buy sweets and handcrafts.

Tlaquepaque, Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) located in the Guadalajara metropolitan area is the ideal place for travelers looking for Mexican art, great food and live mariachi or trio music. Currently, it is an exhibition center for artists' galleries and craft manufacturing such as pottery, clay, embroidery, brass, wood, paper-mache, leather and glass. Its delicious typical dishes are enjoyed accompanied by the tequila of your choice.
Zacatecas is a city with a deep mining heritage, whose historical, cultural and architectural importance have made it worthy of being named World Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO. Its buildings stand out for the beautiful pink quarry stone facades. Walking through its colonial streets is quite an experience. During your visit you cannot miss its museums and mines to learn about the history of the place. Fall in love with its traditional cuisine and enjoy the tacos envenenados, enchiladas and the asado de boda.

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Guadalupe, Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) is also a jewel of Zacatecas that has been considered a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. The destination stands out for its colonial-style buildings and the craftsmanship of its inhabitants, which offer carved stones, rustic furniture, sarapes and wool capes.

Real de Asientos is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) in the state of Aguascalientes in which among its streets and buildings you will learn about its mining past. Its most important sites include the Ex Convento del Señor de Tepozán (Señor de Tepozán Ex-Convent), the Plaza Juárez (Juarez Square) and its parish. Admire its aqueduct and the old mines that are witnesses to the greatness of the place.

San José de Gracia is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) that stands out for the kindness of its people, upon arrival you can choose from a variety of options to eat, take a souvenir in one of its shops and then go to the pier and cross to the Santuario del Cristo Roto (Cristo Roto Sanctuary); a huge sculpture placed in the middle of a small island.

Aguascalientes has everything to make your trip an unforgettable experience. Enjoy its colonial buildings, parks and hot springs. Admire the art of the Templo de San Antonio de Padua (San Antonio de Padua temple), tour the historic downtown area and discover its many museums. Take a walk through the Jardín San Marcos (San Marcos Garden) and enjoy its sculptures and nature.

San Juan de los Lagos, is located in the state of Jalisco. It is a city rich in architecture, its cathedral attracts thousands of tourists who come to visit the Vírgen de San Juan de Los Lagos (San Juan de Los Lagos Virgin), for this reason it is considered an important religious destination. Being a pilgrimage site, it has various lodging and food options; In the main market you will find typical dishes of the state, where you can also buy sweets and handcrafts.

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