This is where the Spanish arrived and one of the most colonial regions of the country. Guanajuato, Jalisco, and the famous cultural city of Guadalajara the home of the Mariachi music and culture as well as some incredible architecture. Arts and literature are intrinsic to this part of Mexico.
Is found in the state of Jalisco is the home of TEQUILA. Make sure you visit a distillery here. The Chapultepec area is a mixture of traditional markets and street performers as well as impressive nightlife. The museums are incredible and the city is vibrant and full of culture, so enjoy your artistic side to the full!
Guanajuato was for centuries the wealthiest city in Mexico, its mines providing stuepndous amounts of silver and gold. As you drop into the town, you are met by the impressive colonial buildings, tumbling down the hillside. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988, Guanajuato is protective of its image which helps it maintain its unique charm.
Most people come to San Miguel de Allende for just a few days. But to really experience the city, you’ll need at least a week. The colonial buildings that line the cobbled streets will whisk you back in time. The arts and the local artisans are famous for their handicrafts and artwork, on display around every corner of the stunning town.