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Route through the Huasteca Potosina

San Luis Potosí

The trip begins at Ciudad Victoria, the capital of Tamaulipas. Enjoy a stroll through the downtown area and take the opportunity to visit the Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Refugio, you will also find the Museo de Arqueología (Archeology Museum) and the Plaza Hidalgo. Do not leave without visiting the beautiful Santuario de Guadalupe (Guadalupe’s Sanctuary), located on the Loma del Muerto (Deadman’s Hill), with beautiful views of the surroundings.

Be amazed by the oldest place in Tamaulipas: El Pueblo Mágico de Tula (Magic Town of Tula). Discover its history of more than 400 years in its attractions, such as the old Escuela Minerva (Minerva School), the Iglesia de San Antonio de Padua (Church of San Antonio de Padua) and the Capilla del Rosario (Rosario’s Chapel). Take a walk through the Plaza de Armas and taste the sherbets made of desert fruits; you will surely buy a “cuerera”, the traditional leather jacket with ornaments, which had its origin during the Mexican Revolution.

To end the route, the last destination is San Luis Potosí. Enjoy its center of great colonial beauty, where you can visit the baroque and neoclassical cathedral, the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Building) and the Palacio Municipal (Municipal Building). Visit its museums, stroll under the portals and try some delicious enchiladas Potosinas ( San Luis Potosí style enchiladas).
The trip begins at Ciudad Victoria, the capital of Tamaulipas. Enjoy a stroll through the downtown area and take the opportunity to visit the Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Refugio, you will also find the Museo de Arqueología (Archeology Museum) and the Plaza Hidalgo. Do not leave without visiting the beautiful Santuario de Guadalupe (Guadalupe’s Sanctuary), located on the Loma del Muerto (Deadman’s Hill), with beautiful views of the surroundings.

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Be amazed by the oldest place in Tamaulipas: El Pueblo Mágico de Tula (Magic Town of Tula). Discover its history of more than 400 years in its attractions, such as the old Escuela Minerva (Minerva School), the Iglesia de San Antonio de Padua (Church of San Antonio de Padua) and the Capilla del Rosario (Rosario’s Chapel). Take a walk through the Plaza de Armas and taste the sherbets made of desert fruits; you will surely buy a “cuerera”, the traditional leather jacket with ornaments, which had its origin during the Mexican Revolution.

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