Templo y Convento de la Santa Cruz
Ten minutes' walk east of the center of Querétaro is one of the city's most interesting sights. The convent was built between 1654 and...
Casa de la Zacatecana
This is a finely restored 17th-century home with a lovely collection of 18th- and 19th-century furniture and decorations (and its own...
A shining light and welcome addition to the local drinking scene, The Lighthouse exudes elements of old with a recent polish (it...
A bright funky spot that specializes in mezcal and modern Mexican using wholly Mexican and very local products. Chef Fermín Ambás' tasty...
Gutiérrez Najera 17 · interesting places nearby
Their friends liked their cooking so much the owners of Biznarga opened their kitchen to the public. It serves up the grunge factor, but is a popular and fun Rasta experience with graffiti, artworks and memorabilia. Salads, homemade pizzas, juices and more.