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This route starts in Mexico City, the most impressive city in Latin America with a historical heritage of great value that is reflected in its architecture, gastronomy and customs; a metropolis that offers a wide range of attractions that will create an unforgettable experience in your memories.

The trip begins by exploring Mexico City to get to know the fascinating places in its surroundings and to be part of an adventure that will take you to the most beautiful places in the central area of the country. Take the route and head north to immerse yourself into the viceroyalty period in Mexico, at Tepotzotlán, Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town). Visit its emblematic museum, walk through its town square and enjoy the architecture of the baroque and novohispanic style, here is where the highest aqueduct in the country is located.

Go through Hidalgo and the Estado de México (State of Mexico) to get to Querétaro, which has many attractions spread over its capital city and its Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns). Get started by getting to know San Juan del Río, a town with colonial architecture; walk through the main square and visit its 18th century parishes, visit the Museo de la Muerte (Museum of Death) and be amazed by its traditional Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) festival that is largely celebrated in the month of November.

Half an hour away from here, the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Tequisquiapan is located, it is home to the Feria Nacional del Queso y el Vino (National Cheese and Wine Fair). Discover its spectacular vineyards, walk through its quiet and cobbled streets, visit the handicraft markets and experience excitement in the heights by flying in a hot air balloon.

Visiting the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Cadereyta de Montes is a unique experience, take the time to admire its old houses that emanate a traditional air. Walk through its picturesque baroque and neoclassical parishes that characterize its town square. You will be able to learn about the conservation of cacti (from the Querétaro semi-desert region) in its Jardín Botánico Regional (Regional Botanical Garden).

To wrap up this route, we suggest the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of San Sebastián Bernal, a destination that transmits its charm and invites you to visit its many photogenic spots. Get lost in its streets, visit the handicraft shops, and enjoy various gastronomic experiences. Remember to try their craft beer before climbing La Peña, where you can charge yourself with energy in the third largest monolith in the world.

This route starts in Mexico City, the most impressive city in Latin America with a historical heritage of great value that is reflected in its architecture, gastronomy and customs; a metropolis that offers a wide range of attractions that will create an unforgettable experience in your memories.

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The trip begins by exploring Mexico City to get to know the fascinating places in its surroundings and to be part of an adventure that will take you to the most beautiful places in the central area of the country. Take the route and head north to immerse yourself into the viceroyalty period in Mexico, at Tepotzotlán, Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town). Visit its emblematic museum, walk through its town square and enjoy the architecture of the baroque and novohispanic style, here is where the highest aqueduct in the country is located.

Go through Hidalgo and the Estado de México (State of Mexico) to get to Querétaro, which has many attractions spread over its capital city and its Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns). Get started by getting to know San Juan del Río, a town with colonial architecture; walk through the main square and visit its 18th century parishes, visit the Museo de la Muerte (Museum of Death) and be amazed by its traditional Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) festival that is largely celebrated in the month of November.

Half an hour away from here, the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Tequisquiapan is located, it is home to the Feria Nacional del Queso y el Vino (National Cheese and Wine Fair). Discover its spectacular vineyards, walk through its quiet and cobbled streets, visit the handicraft markets and experience excitement in the heights by flying in a hot air balloon.

Visiting the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Cadereyta de Montes is a unique experience, take the time to admire its old houses that emanate a traditional air. Walk through its picturesque baroque and neoclassical parishes that characterize its town square. You will be able to learn about the conservation of cacti (from the Querétaro semi-desert region) in its Jardín Botánico Regional (Regional Botanical Garden).

To wrap up this route, we suggest the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of San Sebastián Bernal, a destination that transmits its charm and invites you to visit its many photogenic spots. Get lost in its streets, visit the handicraft shops, and enjoy various gastronomic experiences. Remember to try their craft beer before climbing La Peña, where you can charge yourself with energy in the third largest monolith in the world.

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