Mercado González Ortega
Opposite the plazuela on Avenida Hidalgo, the lovely, renovated 1890s Teatro Calderón dates from the Porfiriato period and holds...
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A block south of the cathedral, a broad flight of stairs descends from Avenida Hidalgo to Tacuba, forming a charming open space. The...
Built between 1729 and 1752, the pink-stone cathedral is an ultimate expression of Mexican baroque The stupendous main facade is a wall...
This top venue hosts a variety of cultural events including theater, dance and music performances. Check the posters or with the tourist...
Near the cathedral, this Greek-owned cafe has a quirky '50s-style diner feel, and is the place to meet for locals and visitors –...
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Mercado González Ortega information
Mercado González Ortega is an impressive 1880s iron-columned building that used to hold Zacatecas' main market. In the 1980s the upper level was renovated into an upscale shopping center. The lower level was once used as bodegas (storage rooms) and now houses several bars and restaurants.