A Baroque 18th-century aqueduct consisting of 75 arches. The structure built by Juan Antonio de Urrutia y Arana and listed by UNESCO is a…
Le missioni francescane della Sierra Gorda, nello stato messicano di Querétaro, vennero dichiarate patrimonio dell'umanità dall'UNESCO nel…
The Sierra Gorda is an ecological region centered on the northern third of the Mexican state of Querétaro and extending into the…
Admire the beauty of the Baroque temple. See its unique portal as well as remarkable interior decorated with silver and ivory ornaments.
A temple and a monastery dating back to the 16th century which was used as the seat of US troops two centuries later.
A peaceful square with a statue of Marqués y Arana located in the heart of the historic center. It's a popular meeting place.
The St. Philip Neri Cathedral Also Querétaro Cathedral It is a Catholic church that was built by the felipense order.
La Peña de Bernal è considerato il terzo monolito più grande al mondo, dopo il monolite di Gibilterra e il Pan di Zucchero.
Learn about the wine-making production in a region famous for its sparkling wines and champagnes. Don't forget to taste them, too.
Tequisquiapan is a town and municipality located in the southeast of the state of Querétaro in central Mexico.
San Sebastián Bernal, better known as Bernal, is a colonial village in the Mexican state of Querétaro.
Cadereyta de Montes è una città dello stato di Querétaro, nel Messico centrale, capoluogo della omonima municipalità.
San Juan del Río è una municipalità del Messico situata nello stato del Querétaro, nel Messico centrale, il cui capoluogo è la località…
Jalpan de Serra is a town in Jalpan de Serra Municipality located in the north of the state of Querétaro, Mexico.
Arroyo Seco is a town in Arroyo Seco Municipality located in the far north of the Mexican state of Querétaro.
Explore the underground wonder formed by the stalactites and stalagmites of various sizes and shapes. The cave is a must see.
Amealco is a town in the Mexican state of Querétaro. Its name is thought to mean place of springs in Nahuatl.
A remarkable temple protected by UNESCO with extraordinary facade decorations combining native and Christian motives.