An 18th-century cathedral boasting beautiful ornaments. Admire 3 different facades and the interior (altar, columns, arches).
La Quemada is an archeological site, also known as Chicomóztoc. It is located in the Villanueva Municipality, in the state of Zacatecas,…
Take a ride in a small train on a guided tour through the former silver mine and explore its collections of rocks and minerals.
Jerez is a town and municipality in the Mexican state of Zacatecas. To distinguish the two, the town is officially called Jerez de García…
Bufa Hill or El Cerro de la Bufa is a widely-recognized hill found east of historic downtown Zacatecas City, Zacatecas, Mexico.
Admire the arch-buttresses of the 18th-century aqueduct built of pink lime stones. It's considered to be one of the city symbols.
Do you really love art? Don't miss the opportunity to see the unique collection of approx. 170 pieces of Zacatecas' greatest artists.
In the Santuario de Plateros you can find a unique altar with the Santo Niño de Atocha image, which is believed to have the power to heal.
A house where the national poet Ramón L. Velarde lived.