Capilla de Guadalupe
Palenque de Gallos
A block northwest of Plaza Hidalgo, lies a monument to the town's heyday – the Palenque de Gallos, a cockfighting ring, built like a...
Cyclists of all levels can head out around Real de Catorce on some great-value rides with Lalo (he speaks Spanish only but can arrange...
Plaza de Toros
Wander north along Zaragoza and you'll come to the remains of a former bullring.
Amor Y Paz
Real's reputation as a ghost town may in part be due to the fact that its residents and visitors are often all hiding out here at this...
Cafe El Real
This welcoming spot – with sofas and fire – serves up international cuisine from pastas to meats (including wild goat and rabbit...
Capilla de Guadalupe information
Follow Zaragoza-Libertad north of Real de Catorce to the Capilla de Guadalupe and panteón (cemetery). At the time of research the cemetery gate was locked, but it's worth a look around if you can get in. Further along this road you'll hit the remains of the former bullring, Plaza de Toros .