Colonial Cities of Mexico

Colonial Cities of Mexico Colonial Cities of Mexico

Mexico has retained much of its long history in its local cultures and continuing traditions. But nothing gives you such a strong sense of the past as the buildings created by successive generations of people. 

The pyramids of the early Teotihuacans. for example, that pre-date even the Aztecs, are waiting for you at Santiago de Queretaro. The charming streets and gem-like squares in towns like San Miguel de Allende will take you to the heart of the colonial period, whilst the jumble of Guanajuato’s characterful buildings and the time-untouched Parzcuaro Santa Clara del Cobre, Zirahuen and the historic centre of Patzcuaro will keep your camera very busy.

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