Travel blogs- Guanajuato

Today We bring you to …Guanajuato, Mexico

The oldest name for the area is “Mo-o-ti,” which means “place of metals.”

The city is home to the Mummy Museum, which contains naturally mummified bodies that were found in the municipal cemetery between the mid 19th and 20th centuries.

The city was one of the richest in New Spain in the 18th century. This wealth is represented in its civil and religious architecture.

The colonial architecture includes some of the best Baroque examples in the New World—such as the Valenciana, Cata, and La Compañía (Jesuit) Churches, and the Basilica of Our Lady of Guanajuato.

Oratorio de San Felipe

La Compañía and La Valenciana churches are considered the most beautiful examples of Baroque architecture in Central and South America following the  UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Located next to the University, the Temple of the Company of Jesus, or Oratorio de San Felipe (commonly known as “La Compañía”) was built in 1746 by José Joaquín Sardaneta y Legazpi.

Typical Mexican drinks contains barley malt, corn, hops, yeast, antioxidants (ascorbic acid), and propylene glycol alginate as a stabilizer.

Most known as Corona Beer.

Drink it with chili (lime and salt)powder around the glass.

Calle Nemesio Diez , 11 Hotel Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

A very good restaurant is the Rosewood Hotel –  San Miguel de Allende that is part of the 10 best restaurants in San Miguel de Allende

Unfortunately we don’t have Partners, for the moment, but please take a look of this city full of discoveries just around the corners.

“Mexico is a land of extremes, with high mountains and deep canyons in the center of the country, sweeping deserts in the north, and dense rain forests in the south and east. “- NatGeo site

See you for the next city, bring your luggage …

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