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San José de Gracia

This modest “Magical Town”, located on the banks of the Plutarco Elias Calles Dam, has become famous for a stunning sculpture, located on a small islet over the dam, that features Christ without his right arm and leg, hence the name, Cristo Roto or “Broken Christ.” This impressive statue is a reminder of the meaning of faith.

In addition, San José de Gracia offers the Boca del Tunel Adventure Park, where the green scent of the scenery will overtake you from the moment you set foot in that wonderful canyon.

Everywhere you look you will find the exuberance of nature in Aguascalientes, with its green and rivers in contrast, the hanging bridges, the rock formations and its immense lagoon.

Tourist Assistance + Emergency Numbers

You can dial 078 from any phone, where you can find free information about tourist attractions, airports, travel agencies, car rental companies, embassies and consulates, fairs and exhibitions, hotels, hospitals, financial services, migratory and other issues.

Or dial the toll-free (in Mexico) number 01-800-006-8839.

You can also request information to the email


General Information: 040 (not free)

SNational Emergency Service: 911

Radio Patrols: 066
Police (Emergency): 060
Civil Protection: +52(55)5683-2222
Anonymous Complaint: 089

Setravi (Transport Mobility): +52(55)5209-9913
Road Emergency: 074

Cruz Roja: 065 o +52(55)5557-5757
Firefighters: 068 o +52(55)5768-3700

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