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Why Colonial cities

Colonial cities, built after the conquest, which combines colonial architecture with modern, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, Guanajuato, is known for its picturesque narrow streets and underground tunnels that cross the city, where is celebrated every year the Cervantinos famous festival, Morelia and its famous arches at that time served as aqueducts, is also known by the distinctive aromas of Atole (gruel corn) and “Buñuelos” (fried flour). San Miguel de Allende, colonial city full of churches and parishes, dating from the viceroyalty era also known as a city full of artists of all types, Taxco famous for its typical red tile roofs, cobblestone streets, its silver mines and handmade jewelry. The city of Puebla is known for its beautiful cathedral of Los Angeles, the city of Cholula, a picturesque town full of parishes and archaeological sites, both surrounded by beautiful volcanoes like Popocatepetl, Iztaccihuatl, Citlaltepetl, and NauhcampatĂ©petl. Guadalajara the beautiful pearl of the west, the birthplace of tequila and mariachis, also known for its rich cuisine and its beautiful architecture and handicrafts. Queretaro, home of the Independence of Mexico, also known for its aqueduct, its architecture and quality of life, and Cuernavaca the city of eternal spring, famous for having the ideal temperature all year long.

Top 10 reasons to visit Colonial cities

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