Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering through Guanajuato has been in my bucket list for a while now. This city has a link to my childhood & after 10 years, I finally had the chance to come back. Follow me through Guanajuato, fall in love with the history and magic behind this Mexican city.

Visitar  Guanajuato ha estado en mi bucket list desde hace tiempo. Esta ciudad me recuerda a mi infancia y después de 10 años, finalmente tuvo la oportunidad de volver. Síganme por Guanajuato, y enamórense de la historia y la magia detrás de esta ciudad mexicana.

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Wandering Through Guanajuato

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Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

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Wandering Through Guanajuato

Guanajuato is one of the most important cities in Mexico, in the cultural field. Guanajuato has been named as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Home to one of the most important mines in the country & being place to relevant episodes during Mexico’s Independence.

Fall in love while wandering through Guanajuato:

  • Go to an orchestra concert in Teatro Juarez. Guanajuato is home to one of the most beautiful theaters in LatinAmerica,so safe a night to get inside and enjoy a concert.
  • Explore the Valenciana Mine.  Its was the main silver mine in Mexico, you can actually go and have a tour inside the mine, which is something really cool.
  • Have a meal in the city center. Have the original enchiladas mineras in any of the main plaza restaurants while you enjoy a nice chat and a spectacular view
  • Be part of a true Callejoneada. Wandering through Guanajuato at night  while a true estudiantina sing  the main legends  and stories of the city. The tour end at The Kissing Alley.
  • Get to see the House of Diego Rivera. The birth  home to one of Mexico’s most important and loved artist, is now a museum in his honor.
  • Eat like a true local at Mercado Hidalgo. As you might know now I love food XD so as my dad says, if you wanna truly eat like a local, you must go to the city’s market.
  • Visit & love the architecture design at Universidad de Guanajuato. One of the main spots in the city, a lot of stories have been said here.
  • Don’t get scared at The Mummy Museum. the museum has more than 110 bodies of women, men and children. Almost all of them have a personal history or some detail that characterizes them.
  • Walk along the Alhóndiga. At first it was used as food and grain warehouse, later it become one of the main stages of the Independence of Mexico. You can enter and see the murals, the museum  & the memorial to Mexican Independences Heroes.
  • Watch the city from the Monument of El Pípila. Guanajuato’s lookout point, where you can see the most amazing and beautiful views of the city.

Guanajuato es una de las ciudades más importantes de México, en el ámbito cultural;  ha sido nombrado como Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, es hogar de una de las minas más importantes del país y siendo lugar a episodios relevantes durante la Independencia de México.

Enamorate  mientras paseas por Guanajuato:

  • Ir a un concierto de la orquesta en el Teatro JuárezGuanajuato es el hogar de uno de los teatros más bellos de Latinoamérica, guarda una noche para entrar y disfrutar de un concierto.
  • Explorar la Mina de la Valenciana. Fue la principal mina de plata en México,puedes tomar un tour en el cual te hablaran sobre la historia de la mina y sus minerales.
  • Disfrutar de una comida en el centro de la ciudad. Come las originales enchiladas mineras en alguno de los principales restaurantes de la plaza mientras disfrutas de una agradable charla y una vista espectacular.
  • Ser parte de una verdadera Callejoneada. Pasea por Guanajuato acompañados de una estudiantina, mientras escuchas las  leyendas e historias de la ciudad. El recorrido termina en el inolvidable Callejón del Beso.
  • Entrar a la casa de Diego Rivera.  La casa de uno de los artistas más importantes y queridos de México, es ahora un museo en su honor, que no te puedes perder.
  • Comer como un verdadero local en el Mercado Hidalgo. Como deben de saber, me encanta la comida, así que como mi papa dice, si quieres realmente comer como un local, debe ir al mercado de la ciudad.
  • Visita y ama el diseño y arquitectura de la Universidad de Guanajuato. Uno de los principales puntos de la ciudad.
  • Asustarse en el Museo de las Momias. el museo cuenta con más de 110 cuerpos y casi todos ellos tienen una historia personal que te cuentan mientras caminas entre ellos.
  • Paseo por la Alhóndiga. En un principio se utilizaba como alimento y almacén de granos, más tarde se convierten en una de los principales escenarios de la Independencia de México. Puedes entrar y ver los murales, el museo y el monumento a los Héroes Mexicanos.
  • Ver la ciudad desde el monumento del Pípila. El mirador de Guanajuato, donde se pueden ver las vistas más impresionantes y bellas de la ciudad.

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

Wandering Through Guanajuato

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38 comments

  1. Being from Belgium, I did not know about this city! But it’s really nice and definitely on my bucket list when I’ll finally get to go to Mexico!

  2. This was an exquisite blog post! I love how you added all the visuals throughout your post, it was like I was right there in Guanajuato with you! Hopefully if I ever get the chance to visit I will already know what to do thanks to your handy to-do list! I can’t wait to read your other blog posts!

  3. it’s my first time here and I must say I really enjoyed your post! the photos are lovely and your blogging style is top! makes me wanna visit Mexico (and particularly Guanajuato) badly! xx

  4. I love all your photographs btu especially the one where you are standing overlooking the city. Those are my fav. I never knew there is a mummy museum. I am facinated with mummies I would love to see that museum.

  5. Guanajuato looks stunning! I love food so I definitely want to go to the market. And I would also like to see Diego Rivera’s house because I saw his murals in Mexico City. I can’t wait to return to Mexico!

  6. Once I back in America, I plan to explore Mexico, I’ll be sure to add Guanajuato to my list. I love all of your photos, you got some great shots with the city!

  7. Wow! This looks like such a beautiful city!

    1. Try going 😀 I mean it has fun things to do if you come with family, night life with friends or romance with your bae

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