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This precinct is considered one of Mexico’s most attractive and is world-wide known for its architecture, standing out its Roman Doric-inspired porch (long columns) and European-style halls inside. It was named after Benito Juarez and has been the venue of the Cervantino International Festival.
This alley full of legends is right behind the Plaza de los Angeles in the Historic Center, formed by two balconies separated by 68 centimeters. Every couple that visits it must kiss in the third step of the staircase, if not, 7 years of bad luck will come. You’ll hear Ana and Carlos’ love story, a legend that attracts those in love.
Located in the Plaza de La Paz, this church is a beautiful architectural piece of baroque and neoclassical style. Inside there’s a precious virgin with a scepter in the right hand, in addition to the Galleria Mariana where viceregal, nineteenth century and contemporary art is exhibited.
A quarry building that was the scenery of the heroic act of the Pipila in the war of Independence. It is now a regional museum that exhibits the bronze busts of the heroes of this war. There are also prehispanic pieces and halls dedicated to the culture and history of Guanajuato.
A large monument built to commemorate Juan Jose de los Reyes Martinez, “El Pipila”, for his heroic act, since it is because his bravery that the insurgent victory was achieved. You can see the whole city from here.
The leading academic institution in the state, it has earned distinctions for its quality, becoming one of the main public institutions. This large neoclassic-style building made of green stone has 82 stairs and is admired by visitors.
A nice park to have a good time and rest. The place is surrounded by vegetation, restaurants and food spots. In addition to feeding the ducks, you can row in the rafts and know the importance of this dam in the city. It’s close to the Guanajuato downtown area.
The mummies are part of the heritage of Guanajuato, so they have been preserved for visitors. There are 111 mummified bodies of men, children and women in 11 halls.
Currently a venue for exclusive social events, it was discovered in 1548, with an impressive wall of more than 30 meters high, 345 meters deep. It is known as the “elephant mine”, due to the buttresses that support the mine shaft and that simulate the trunks of this animal. The mine is, along with Guanajuato and the rest of its mines, a World Heritage Site since 1988.
We’re your top lodging choice and the closest one to this venue for exclusive social events. The Sangre de Cristo community opened its doors to welcome you to its splendid historic place. Immersed in a beautiful tourist complex, the Ex Hacienda Jesus Maria is witness to the prosper Caminos D’vinos vineyard.
Caminos D’vinos is considered the country’s highest vineyard, 2,400 meters above sea level. A treasure of unparalleled views and nice weather that complements your stay and connection with nature.
It is said that the Casa de los Lamentos was inhabited by the daughter of the Marquis of San Clemente, who was the owner of the mines of Cata and Mellado.
This house, which dates back to the XVIII century, worked as a postal office and in 1890 it went to the hands of a mining engineer that bought the property with the purpose of setting it up for his fiancé Doña Maria Constanza de la Rivera Olmedo, all this right before their lives were shook by a tragedy.