My first look at the beautiful city of Guanajuato was from the top at El Pipila and not only did the San Diego Church with it's red domes stand out, so did this striking yellow Basilica with 2 towers ...
Beautiful 17th century church dedicated to Virgin of Guanajuato
Very pretty with bright and light colors, white, muted orange and light blue. Very little good except in rear upstairs organ which is a sight. Very peaceful and a bit different then many other churc...
In this Guanajuato, which is considered by many to be the most beautiful city in the world, you can meet romance and miracles at any time.
Absolutely supersaturated colors and fierce unrestrained, even a bit of India has been compared. The panoramic view of the city to the top of the statue of Pipika, the insatiable, the romantic story of kissing alley, attracting countless men and women to come to try, at the entrance of Guanajuato University, always sitting with countless students, singing and dancing in front of the church square at night, to experience The freedom that comes to Latin America...
From Mexico City, you can take the bus for 5 hours to get to the Guanajuato Central Station. The Mexican bus is not too luxurious. It is simply the treatment of the business class of the aircraft. Now think about the domestic car, it is really different. On the train, you will get a bottle of drinks, sandwiches or snacks. The seats are basically flat and there is a flat-screen TV.
lay down from Mexico City for five hours, sleep to Guanajuato, and the original price of 665 pesos for five hours, and we bargained to 600 pesos, the HKD is almost 200 points, really Too conscience, what else to do with the plane wow.
After getting off the bus, you can play uber or taxi to Guanajuato town, about 50-70 pesos. The town was born out of the mine and is now rated as a World Heritage Site. The town was founded in 1554. It was one of the largest silver mine centers in the world in the 16th century. It was destroyed by the floods in the 17th century and gradually recovered after the 1930s.
At the beginning of the sixteenth century, the Spaniards came to mine silver mines, which brought prosperity to the city. The entire town was built on the hills, and today the city's architectural style and urban layout are all traces of the mining industry of the year.
There was also a tunnel built by the Spaniards for mining in the past. It is still the traffic artery of the city, witnessing the glory of this ancient mountain city. The constant wealth has also led to the prosperity of Guanajuato culture. The theaters, squares and sculptures everywhere make the ancient city full of rich cultural atmosphere. When the weather is fine, it is very far-sighted, and the colorful buildings are scattered among the mountains, making you feel refreshed.
Attractions Near Basilica of Our Lady of Guanajuato