San Miguel Allende and Guanajuato capital among the most visited


San Miguel Allende and Guanajuato capital are among the most visited destinations, as stated by Francisco Meza from El Sol de León, with insights from Rosario Horta.

“The major week along with Easter is coming, a time when recreational tourism grows due to children’s vacations, and mature tourist destinations in Guanajuato such as San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato capital, and the magical towns will undoubtedly be very visited,” it was commented.

“The hotel industry, restaurant sector, and the tourism sector are prepared to welcome tourists with open arms and are ready to make their stay much more satisfying, allowing them to return home and involve more people who could come for Holy Week,” it was added.

If you visit Guanajuato capital, initially there are guides who can support you with a tour, but if you wish to explore on your own, the places you cannot miss are firstly the Alhóndiga de Granaditas, Juárez Theater, Mummies Museum, Diego Rivera House, the Pípila monument, the University of Guanajuato, you must attend a Callejoneada, know the Alley of the Kiss (Callejón de Beso), and of course the Presa de la Olla.

In San Miguel de Allende, known for its rich history, vibrant artistic scene, and impressive architecture, the first thing to do is visit the Parish of San Miguel Arcángel, a striking pink neo-Gothic church, take a walk through its main Garden where you will find street shows, music, and gastronomy, as well as visit its Craft Market with the best of the crafts made by local artists.

Another attraction is its vineyards with more than 28,000 hectares of vines, both red and white wines, and spend a spectacular day, also immerse yourself in its thermal waters.

Source: El Sol de Leon