Don’t leave Guanajuato without visiting the magnificent Teatro Juárez. It was built between 1873 and 1903 and inaugurated by the...
Templo de San Diego
The Templo de San Diego was built in 1663 by members of Saint Diego of Alcántara. The facade - carved pink quarry stone - exemplifies...
Jardín de la Unión
Pretty Jardín de la Unión, surrounded by restaurants and shaded by Indian laurel trees, is the social heart of the city. Here, tourists...
One Bar & Lounge
With views acrosss to Teatro Juarez and Jardín de la Unión below, this ultra-mod bar atop 1850 Hotel is a smart spot for an evening...
This classic place is a smart choice in every respect and attracts a loyal crowd of well-dressed locals who like to watch. And be seen....
Plaza Constancia s/n · interesting places nearby
This incline railway inches up (and down) the slope behind the Teatro Juárez to a terminal near the El Pípila monument. Heading up is fun, but to descend, you can save your pennies by walking down (there are two obvious, well-paved routes). Note: in 2015, the funicular had its first major incident when, after 13 years in operation, the axle broke and the funicular plummetted; two people in the carriage were injured. Because of this it was not operating at the time of research, but should be up (and down) and running by the time you read this.