Where to go at Zacatecas
The Tourist Guide of Zacatecas
"With pink quarry skin and a silver heart", it is one of the most beautiful colonial cities, which owes its architectural wealth to its mining industry, having today the main silver production in Mexico. Walk its alleys, squares and corners where you will find buildings of great historical value, the Zacatecas Cathedral being one of the highest representations of the Baroque in Mexico. Among its tourist places you will find Mexican popular art and cultural manifestations, such as The Rafael Coronel Museum, with a collection of more than 10,000 Mexican masks or the Francisco Goitia Museum, which exhibits works by Zacatecan artists. There are undoubtedly 2 things that should be on your to-do list: # 1 Tour the tunnels and galleries of the The Eden Mine, which was one of the most important mines and # 2 Cross the city on the Cable Car to get to know it from the heights and have an impressive panoramic view. Visit the city during one of its Fiestas when you can enjoy a festive atmosphere and the rich gastronomy of the city, remember to order some mining enchiladas. In its Hotels you will find the hospitality and charm of Zacatecas.
Temple of Nuestra Señora de Fátima | Zacatecas
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Mesón de Jobito
It is a historic hotel in the heart of Zacatecas, with facilities and services that make us the best choice. Elegantly furnished rooms with classic atmosphere and modern amenities.
This place to visit is a very valuable representation of Mexican churrigueresque architecture, built by miners during the 17th century and undoubtedly the most representative religious work of the city acquiring the title of Cathedral in 1862. The property is carved in the typical pink quarry of The area and its main facade has three bodies supported by a trio of columns with a cross as a finishing touch. In total there are 2,394 square meters of beauty.
The Guadalupe Viceregal Museum
This place to visit is made up of the collection that came to treasure the FIDE propaganda college of our Lady of Guadalupe between the eighteenth and early twentieth centuries. Its doors open in 1917, being the first state museum. The museum, which is kept in the same facilities of the school founded in 1707, has 27 rooms where this valuable collection is exhibited as well as articles on the life of the Franciscans.
Los Dorados de Villa
Undoubtedly, Los Dorados de Villa is one of the most traditional places in Zacatecas, in Los Dorados de Villa since you entered, you will be transport ...
Gorditas Doña Julia
As its name says, here you come to eat gorditas and there are a variety of ingredients. Whether you order shredded pork, nopalitos or, perhaps one of ...