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Guanajuato Tunnels

Guanajuato tunnels are a series of wide, long underground channels that help divert traffic away from the city center. These tunnels were primarily built as a diversion of the Guanajuato River to prevent flooding of the former mining town. These underground tunnels are a unique feature of Guanajuato City. Tunnels have decorative entrances and charming open stretches, but longer sections are unpleasant ...
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Exploring Guanajuato City

Visit and Explore Guanajuato City Guanajuato is a colonial city in the mountains of central Mexico was once a silver mining town and although it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Despite its beauty, it’s not perfectly restored. Its colors, graceful churches, shady plazas, and lively atmosphere. Guanajuato is a compact, walkable city. Guanajuato has been called the most beautiful city in Mexico ...
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Jose Cuervo Express Train

Would you like to travel in luxury like in Porfiriato times and get to know the oldest tequila distillery in America? The best option is to take the José Cuervo Express, whose final destination is the magic town of Tequila, Jalisco. The José Cuervo Express is one of the only old-style trains in Mexico. Even if tequila is not your thing, just ...
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Tequila route

Tequila ranks number one among the products most consumed by foreigners when visiting Mexico. To experience the magical world surrounding this emblematic drink, there is nothing better than spending at least one day visiting the "Tequila Route", a tourism concept that embraces history, tradition, and culture. By law, only 5 Mexican states can produce tequila: Jalisco Guanajuato Tamaulipas Michoacan Nayarit Most tequila ...
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Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan

The Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan ("Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Zapopan") and the abbey of Our Lady of Expectation of Zapopan are a 17th-century Franciscan sanctuary built in downtown Zapopan, in the state of Jalisco, México. It is one of the most visited sanctuaries in Western Mexico, and it preserves a wooden Virgin that is considered a valuable relic of ...
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What to do in Cancun and around

Cancun is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. Surrounded by the breathtaking turquoise crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea and soft white coral sandy beaches, Cancun will make your vacation the best and unforgettable. Just offshore of Cancun there is a vast portion of the famous Mesoamerican Barrier Reef and this makes Cancun an excellent base for diving excursions, with ...
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The best places in Mexico to live as expat

Mexico is said to be quite a hospitable place for expats. Many expats select Mexico to live in thanks to its easy-going culture, leisure options, amazing tourist destinations, delicious gastronomy, and friendly population. Of course, much depends on what you’re looking for. There are places in Mexico where you can choose places with no other foreigners and immerse yourself in local traditions ...
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Climate of Mexico

Mexico's climate showcases a remarkable diversity attributed to its varied geography. From high mountains that influence temperature shifts to expansive lowlands with hot and humid conditions, and the moderating impact of coastal regions, the country's landscape creates a rich tapestry of climatic zones. Temperature variations in Mexico Temperature variations are influenced by latitude, elevation, and regional geography. North of the 24th parallel, ...
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Thrifty traveling tips for 2020

Embarking on a journey involves more than just selecting a destination. It's a strategic balance between exploration and financial prudence. In this guide, we'll delve into practical tips to enhance your travel experience without breaking the bank. Here are some travel tips on how to save yourself some big bucks. Detail planning First things first, you should know when, where, and how ...
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Mexican quesadilla

The quesadilla is a Mexican popular and well-known food that consists of a corn or wheat tortilla, folded in half. Quesadilla should be eaten hot, either fried or cooked on the griddle or skillet. In the Valley of Mexico, the term 'quesadilla' refers to folded corn tortillas that can carry more ingredients besides cheese or even dispense with it. Quesadilla is typically ...
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