Admire this architectural jewel built in 1671 with a beautifully adorned facade and a lovely interior.
El Pípila is the nickname of a local hero of the city of Guanajuato in Mexico.
Narrow street (only 25 inches) famous because of the ancient legend which tells stories of lovers who kissed from the opposite balconies.
The neo-Gothic gem adorns the city - and stands out from the distance. Distinctly beautiful, with many details to behold.
The Sanctuary of Atotonilco is a church complex and part of a World Heritage Site, designated along with nearby San Miguel de Allende,…
Whether you want to shop or not, do visit this charming market. Busy with activity and so many great artworks and crafted stuff to see.
Located in a railway station hall, this enormous market sells items ranging from food, sweets, crafts, souvenirs to clothes and toys.
This tiny triangular garden is a beautiful patch of greenery in the Guanajuato busy city center. Come for the live concerts.
Not many remember the moving history of this church: it used to be an Indian sanctuary that was only later taken over by the colonists.
A playful museum dedicated to the history of childhood in Mexico. Wide collection of toys and way more than that.
Celaya is a city and its surrounding municipality in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, located in the southeast quadrant of the state.