• Centro Histórico de Querétaro

    Centro Histórico, Centro, Santiago de Querétaro, Qro., Mexico .

    The Historic Center holds, among its treasures, outstanding buildings, peaceful alleys, squares and gardens where you can witness Querétaro’s everyday life.

    The city was once granted the honor of being designated a baroque city, since it is particularly marked by the great Baroque architectural works from the XVII and XVIII centuries.

    Querétaro has a great variety of museums, some of them located in beautiful buildings of the viceregal period, that offer an interesting overview of the history and cultural expressions of the country.


  • Peña de Bernal

    Peña de Bernal, Querétaro, Mexico .

    The most visited tourist attraction is the Peña de Bernal, the third largest monolith in the world, named one of the 13 Natural Wonders of Mexico, and a protected natural area. 

    • Peña de Bernal
    • Capilla de las Ánimas
    • Templo de San Sebastián Mártir
    • Museo de la Máscara
  • Tequisquiapan

    Tequisquiapan, Qro., Mexico .

    Starting point for the Art, Cheese and Wine Route The atmosphere of this little town is irresistible. It is wrapped around scents of province that go back to the México of good old time, its streets and squares preserve the viceregal appearance.

    • Templo de Santa María de la Asunción.
    • ​ Museo del Queso y el Vino.
    • Plaza Miguel Hidalgo.​
    • Centro Geográfico del País.
    • Parque Recreativo La Pila.
    • Balnearios: Neptuno, La Vega, El Oasís y Termas del Rey.
  • Acueducto

    Acueducto de Querétaro, Calzada de los Arcos, Bosques del Acueducto, Santiago de Querétaro, Qro., Mexico .

    The Querétaro aqueduct is currently a monumental building with 74 arches, reaching an average height of 28.5 m, and a length of 1,280 m. This aqueduct is a symbol of the City of Querétaro and one of the largest in Mexico.