What to see and do in Queretaro (Mexico)


A couple of days I discovered through tweet Youtube channel Molaviajar, one of my favorite travel blogs, Adri and Gosia where they talk about their travels around the world and many other things, like couchsurfing or even why they have been married four times! Currently only have 6 videos, so when I saw all started jumping to suggested videos (most were tourist, clear), and I ended up finding one I liked especially the Mexican city of Queretaro on:

Hitherto, Mexico is a place completely unknown to me except for Riviera Maya and Cancun, of which I spoke in post anterior. But after seeing the video came my curiosity and I looked a little more about this beautiful area of ​​Mexico.

Querétaro is located in the center of Mexico and has three declared sites Heritage: the historic center of the capital city of Santiago de Querétaro, Five Franciscan Missions in the Sierra Gorda and the Living Traditions of the Otomí-Chichimeca Toliman. Also, Querétaro was the word chosen in the year 2011 as the most beautiful of our language.

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Of all the tourist attractions, besides the three World Heritage Sites, recomendaría visit Tequisquiapan, the village and saw Bernal, Cadereyta Corregidora and Forestry, addition to the Theater of the Republic and the Cerro de las Campanas. For a little adventure, you can go to the Tourist Camping Adventure Park or The Tzibenzá Island Tourist Camp, where in addition to walking or cycling, we tirolinas, recall, archery…

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The typical cuisine queretana includes dishes such as striking Chicken with mole (Mole is a sauce), corn bread, Pumpkin and walnut, the huevos to Ant with olive oil. To find stay hotels in Queretaro I recommend visiting Expedia.mx and take a look at traditional hotels and haciendas.

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Clearly, I feel that Querétaro is a unique place in the world, and would love to be my first place to visit in Mexico. If you want more information you can visit the Web Tourism Querétaro.

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