Guanajuato Travel Guide - Mexico

Guanajuato Travel Guide - Mexico

Guanajuato, founded in the mid-16th century, is a university city whose historic quarter and neighboring mines are protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Nestled in a valley, Guanajuato's narrow, picturesque, winding streets are perfect for strolling. A network of underground roads have been built so that cars can more easily navigate the city, as the old roads make modern mobility slow. The city's slow place curiously concords with its name, which means, "place of frogs."

Guanajuato, the birthplace of muralist Diego River and home to the annual International Cervantes Festival, has no shortage of cultural offerings. At 6,000 feet, Guanajuato also boasts breathtaking hilltop vistas, and is convienenty located in the center of the country, making it a great strating point for traveling. A small, safe city with elegant architecture and surroundings, this is an unforgettable place to learn Spanish.

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