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Aguascalientes is a destination with a strong colonial essence, that will surprise you with its history and traditions. Walk through its historic downtown area and discover the temple of San Antonio Padua, whose architectural beauty will make you fall in love with it. In its different museums you will learn about the history, art and culture of the region. In the Jardín de San Marcos (San Marcos Garden) you can enjoy nature and a quiet walk. If you visit Aguascalientes between the months of April and May, you cannot miss the Feria Nacional de San Marcos (San Marcos National Fair), one of the most emblematic in the country, where you will find an artificial lake, typical food, rides, zip lines, concerts and the most outstanding livestock exhibition in Latin America.

Then go to San Juan de los Lagos, in the state of Jalisco. You will discover a city of great architecture where its basilica stands out. It attracts thousands of tourists who come to visit the Virgen de San Juan de los Lagos (Virgin of San Juan de los Lagos) and that is why it is considered an important religious and pilgrimage destination. Choose between the multiple lodging options and visit its main market where you can enjoy delicious typical dishes, buy sweets and take a souvenir.

The Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Lagos de Moreno has a wide variety of architectural attractions, such as the Parroquia de la Asunción, made entirely of pink quarry stone in a baroque style. You can also admire the Jardín de los Constituyentes (Garden of the Constituents). In the Templo del Calvario (Temple of Calvary) you will have a wonderful view from its viewpoint. Don't forget to visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Luz (Parish of Nuestra Señora de la Luz) and admire the quarry stone bridge over the Lagos River, which is an icon of the region.

Known as La Perla del Bajío, the city of León, Guanajuato has many attractions for its visitors, for example, in its main square you can walk and observe the architecture around it. Being a colonial destination, it has venues such as the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral) or the neo-gothic style Templo Expiatorio (Expiatory Temple). On the Calzada de los Héroes (Heroes Street) you will see the emblematic Arco Triunfal (Triumphal Arch). Due to its fame as the capital of footwear, you can find a wide variety of shoes and leather goods. It also has various options to eat such as restaurants, cafes or markets, do not forget to try their local cuisine, such as the caldo de oso, the “air tacos” or the famous guacamayas (sandwich).

Depending on the date you visit, you can enjoy the traditional Feria de León (León Fair) or if you prefer the Festival Internacional del Globo (International Hot Air Balloon Festival), which takes place in the Parque Metropolitano (Metropolitan Park).

The next stop is Silao, a city in Guanajuato that preserves a beautiful historic downtown area, stroll through its streets and get to know some of its many parishes from different times in the history of Mexico. Discover its main attraction: the Santuario de Cristo Rey (Sanctuary of Cristo Rey), located on the Cerro del Cubilete where you can see various points of the state and the imposing sculpture of Christ that is 20 meters (65 ft.) high.

Head towards the city of Guanajuato, where you will be able to visit its architectural beauties. Its main attractions are Teatro Juárez (Juárez Theater), la Alhóndiga de Granaditas, the university, the Museo de las Momias de Guanajuato (Guanajuato Mummy Museum) and the Callejón del Beso (Kiss Alley).

Irapuato, Salamanca and Celaya, are cities in the state of Guanajuato that have a lot to offer to tourists; connected at a short distance to each other, these incredible destinations of colonial heritage each have their own identity. Irapuato is known as the world capital of strawberries, among its attractions are its cathedral, the Plaza de los Fundadores (Founders Square) and the Museum of the City. Salamanca invites you to try one of its traditional dishes: “pencas” (stalk stuffed with stew) and its famous nieves de pasta (ice creams), named for their flavor of a mixture of vanilla, sherry and walnut. Celaya is a city of commercial importance known as the Golden Gate of Bajío, it has attractions such as the Templo de San Francisco (Temple of San Francisco) and the Torre Hidráulica (Hydraulic Tower). As you walk through the downtown area, you will find handicraft stores where you can buy some candy or a jar of cajeta.

On your journey you will arrive at Querétaro, a destination with many contrasts, from imposing natural landscapes that the Sierra Gorda gives you, to places with surprising history and architecture. Its attractions will take you to know works of colonial baroque art such as the Templo de Santa Rosa de Viterbo (Temple of Santa Rosa de Viterbo), adorned with gold laminated altarpieces inside. Get lost in its historic downtown area and enjoy its squares, churches, museums and monuments. Francisco I. Madero Street will lead you to the Fuente de Neptuno (Neptune Fountain) and the old convent of Santa Clara de Jesús, a very photogenic place. Take a tour to see its haciendas and visit one of the nearby vineyards where you will enjoy wine and cheese tastings.
Aguascalientes is a destination with a strong colonial essence, that will surprise you with its history and traditions. Walk through its historic downtown area and discover the temple of San Antonio Padua, whose architectural beauty will make you fall in love with it. In its different museums you will learn about the history, art and culture of the region. In the Jardín de San Marcos (San Marcos Garden) you can enjoy nature and a quiet walk. If you visit Aguascalientes between the months of April and May, you cannot miss the Feria Nacional de San Marcos (San Marcos National Fair), one of the most emblematic in the country, where you will find an artificial lake, typical food, rides, zip lines, concerts and the most outstanding livestock exhibition in Latin America.

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Then go to San Juan de los Lagos, in the state of Jalisco. You will discover a city of great architecture where its basilica stands out. It attracts thousands of tourists who come to visit the Virgen de San Juan de los Lagos (Virgin of San Juan de los Lagos) and that is why it is considered an important religious and pilgrimage destination. Choose between the multiple lodging options and visit its main market where you can enjoy delicious typical dishes, buy sweets and take a souvenir.

The Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Lagos de Moreno has a wide variety of architectural attractions, such as the Parroquia de la Asunción, made entirely of pink quarry stone in a baroque style. You can also admire the Jardín de los Constituyentes (Garden of the Constituents). In the Templo del Calvario (Temple of Calvary) you will have a wonderful view from its viewpoint. Don't forget to visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Luz (Parish of Nuestra Señora de la Luz) and admire the quarry stone bridge over the Lagos River, which is an icon of the region.

Known as La Perla del Bajío, the city of León, Guanajuato has many attractions for its visitors, for example, in its main square you can walk and observe the architecture around it. Being a colonial destination, it has venues such as the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral) or the neo-gothic style Templo Expiatorio (Expiatory Temple). On the Calzada de los Héroes (Heroes Street) you will see the emblematic Arco Triunfal (Triumphal Arch). Due to its fame as the capital of footwear, you can find a wide variety of shoes and leather goods. It also has various options to eat such as restaurants, cafes or markets, do not forget to try their local cuisine, such as the caldo de oso, the “air tacos” or the famous guacamayas (sandwich).

Depending on the date you visit, you can enjoy the traditional Feria de León (León Fair) or if you prefer the Festival Internacional del Globo (International Hot Air Balloon Festival), which takes place in the Parque Metropolitano (Metropolitan Park).

The next stop is Silao, a city in Guanajuato that preserves a beautiful historic downtown area, stroll through its streets and get to know some of its many parishes from different times in the history of Mexico. Discover its main attraction: the Santuario de Cristo Rey (Sanctuary of Cristo Rey), located on the Cerro del Cubilete where you can see various points of the state and the imposing sculpture of Christ that is 20 meters (65 ft.) high.

Head towards the city of Guanajuato, where you will be able to visit its architectural beauties. Its main attractions are Teatro Juárez (Juárez Theater), la Alhóndiga de Granaditas, the university, the Museo de las Momias de Guanajuato (Guanajuato Mummy Museum) and the Callejón del Beso (Kiss Alley).

Irapuato, Salamanca and Celaya, are cities in the state of Guanajuato that have a lot to offer to tourists; connected at a short distance to each other, these incredible destinations of colonial heritage each have their own identity. Irapuato is known as the world capital of strawberries, among its attractions are its cathedral, the Plaza de los Fundadores (Founders Square) and the Museum of the City. Salamanca invites you to try one of its traditional dishes: “pencas” (stalk stuffed with stew) and its famous nieves de pasta (ice creams), named for their flavor of a mixture of vanilla, sherry and walnut. Celaya is a city of commercial importance known as the Golden Gate of Bajío, it has attractions such as the Templo de San Francisco (Temple of San Francisco) and the Torre Hidráulica (Hydraulic Tower). As you walk through the downtown area, you will find handicraft stores where you can buy some candy or a jar of cajeta.

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