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Route of Silver, Gold and the Mexican Fair

Lagos de Moreno, San Luis Potosí, Aguascalientes, Encarnacion de Díaz

San Luis Potosí is the starting point of this trip that will take you to Aguascalientes. Admire its beautiful colonial architecture in the cathedral, parishes and former convents, where you can appreciate the neoclassical and baroque styles. Visit its museums and savor the delicacies of its gastronomy, like the caldo huasteco and the enchiladas potosinas. Take some time to go to Xilitla, it is 335 km (208 miles) away, there you will find the magnificent Surrealist Garden, work of Edward James.

Once in Jalisco, the first stop will be at the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Lagos de Moreno. Start by going up to the Templo del Calvario which has beautiful views, and then at downtown Lagos de Moreno, visit the Parroquia de la Asunción (Asunción Parish). The emblematic attraction of the place is the beautiful quarry stone bridge over the Lagos river, and the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Luz (Nuestra Señora de la Luz Parish) actually, both structures are built of pink quarry stone and they will be the perfect setting for your photographs.

Better known as "La Chona", Encarnación de Díaz is a picturesque town with beautiful colonial architecture. Take a stroll through the Main Square and visit its Main Parish; then head to the Museo de las Ánimas (Museum of Souls) it has an exhibit of royal mummies that is definitely worth it.

The route ends in the city of Aguascalientes, famous for the Feria Nacional de San Marcos (San Marcos National Fair) and the Monumental Plaza de Toros (Bullring). Walk through the Historic Center where you will see the temple of San Antonio de Padua, take a stroll through the Jardín de San Marcos (San Marcos Garden) and visit its various museums, such as that of the engraver José Guadalupe Posada, admire his work and the catrina exhibit that is displayed.
San Luis Potosí is the starting point of this trip that will take you to Aguascalientes. Admire its beautiful colonial architecture in the cathedral, parishes and former convents, where you can appreciate the neoclassical and baroque styles. Visit its museums and savor the delicacies of its gastronomy, like the caldo huasteco and the enchiladas potosinas. Take some time to go to Xilitla, it is 335 km (208 miles) away, there you will find the magnificent Surrealist Garden, work of Edward James.

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Once in Jalisco, the first stop will be at the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Lagos de Moreno. Start by going up to the Templo del Calvario which has beautiful views, and then at downtown Lagos de Moreno, visit the Parroquia de la Asunción (Asunción Parish). The emblematic attraction of the place is the beautiful quarry stone bridge over the Lagos river, and the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Luz (Nuestra Señora de la Luz Parish) actually, both structures are built of pink quarry stone and they will be the perfect setting for your photographs.

Better known as "La Chona", Encarnación de Díaz is a picturesque town with beautiful colonial architecture. Take a stroll through the Main Square and visit its Main Parish; then head to the Museo de las Ánimas (Museum of Souls) it has an exhibit of royal mummies that is definitely worth it.

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