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Known for “the pearl of El Bajío” to the capital of one of the Mexican states that has best preserved the personality of colonial architecture: the city of Santiago de Querétaro. For something its historic center is World Heritage Site since 1996 and one of the greatest exponents of the continent’s past and its future as a business venue. A destination that from Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Querétaro offer the simplicity and comfort you need to comfortably enjoy the city.

Monuments and lively streets

The historic center, one of the jewels of the World Heritage Site, is a starting point to discover Querétaro: the beauty of the Temple of San Francisco, the Government Palace and the Plaza de Armas are just some of the must-see attractions. Surroundings, green spaces that allow guests to Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Querétaro, disconnect from the urban rhythm, such as the Zenea Garden or the Guerrero Garden, with the Fountain of Neptune and its water and lights show.

It is very close to the Casa de Ecala, one of the most beautiful and best preserved buildings in the old town, which competes in charm with the Plaza de los Fundadores, adorned with a sign with the name of the city between terraces. And next to the Temple of Santa Cruz, the Mirador with views of the capital of Querétaran and its famous aqueduct.

Home of illustrious and football

In thePantheon of Illustrious Queretanosyou deserve the statue of El Marqués (to whom Querétaro owes many of its monuments), and the mausoleum dedicated to La Corregidora. This name is also shared by the famous stadium of the World Cup in 1986, which attracts football fans to match the Gallos Blancos, the city’s team. 

 

Exploring Querétaro is an unforgettable experiencehotels of the Barceló Hotel Group in Querétarothey put it into a tray.