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The Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Dolores, Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato State, Mexico
The Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Dolores, Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato State, Mexico

Guanajuato State Side A and B

Guanajuato State Side A and B Chapter 01

 

Analysis of Mexico’s Travel Destinations by Franco Magno

 

Not long ago, I was again on tour to the beautiful lands of Guanajuato state.

At that time, once again, I heard through my eyes, those magnificent visual notes that the horizon of the so-called Mexican “Bajío” gives to all those who decide to visit this amazing Mexico state.

The Fuente de las Ranas, Guanajuato Capital City, Guanajuato State, Mexico
The Fuente de las Ranas, Guanajuato Capital City, Guanajuato State, Mexico

One of the essential and critical points where Mexico’s history had a date with destiny.

This magic and more is Guanajuato. Guanajuato is history. It’s a natural beauty. It’s art, culture, and music.

It’s the fine art of living life without putting your feet on the sand of a beach.

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Let’s go then to the Magno side A and B of Guanajuato State.

 

Side A

 

The Historic Center of Guanajuato Capital city. This city is truly a journey full of secrets, full of treasures, stories, and legends that captivate your senses.

By walking through those incredible colonial streets, you’ll hear a subtle language that all of you can understand if you open your minds to receive those delights that only Guanajuato Capital city will send you.

Unmissable wonders to see like the “Teatro Juárez,” the “Alhóndiga de Granaditas,” the “El Callejón del Beso,” the monument to Don Juan José de los Reyes Martínez Amaro, better known as the “Pípila”, accompanied by the “Mirador” (The Viewpoint) which renders a divine view of the city.

Night View of a Guanajuato's Capital City Historic Alley, Guanajuato State, Mexico
Night View of a Guanajuato’s Capital City Historic Alley, Guanajuato State, Mexico

The “Basílica Colegiata de Nuestra Señora de Guanajuato,” the “Plaza de la Paz,” the “Jardín de la Unión,” the “Museo del Pueblo de Guanajuato,” the “Museo de las Momias” (Mummies Museum).

Wow! Guanajuato Wow!

The University of Guanajuato headquarters facade, the “Iglesia de la Valenciana,” the museum “Ex Hacienda de San Gabriel de Barrera,” the “Festival Cervantino,” etc.

Walking isn’t just a physical act of moving yourself by your feet.

Here in the Historic Center of Guanajuato Capital, it’s a divine experience that reexpresses many feelings inside your minds.

Now, if you also want to fill your souls with joy and happiness by singing and dancing in those capital city’s Historic Center idyllic alleys, you’ll have to live the vibrant and lively experience of the typical, fantastic, and unmissable “Callejoneadas.” (An event where participants walk through the city’s alleys while they sing, dance and have a heavenly time).

Guanajuato is great, isn’t it? Let me suggest you rent a car to drive in Guanajuato.

Why? Because it’s very convenient and taking advantage of the affordable rates that my partners of Discover Cars offer you here or Economy Bookings that you can get here, driving in Guanajuato will be trouble-free. Thank you very much for supporting me.

 

Side B

 

Since Guanajuato’s capital city first buildings were built in the Mexican colonial era and whose origin was facilitated by the start and development of mining activities, this open-air museum is located in a valley surrounded by imposing mountains.

Fortunately, this hasn’t happened in recent times. However, if you are an observer, you’ll see some plaques commemorating the floods that this beautiful colonial site has suffered throughout history in some city’s streets.

One of those floods was in the year 1905, without mentioning the other fifteen historic floods also registered in historic documents.

The Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Dolores, Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato State, Mexico
The Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Dolores, Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato State, Mexico

For this reason, over the past decades, state authorities have worked to try to alleviate the consequences of large water accumulations Guanajuato’s capital.

However, for explorers like us, eager to conquer majestic places like this urban treasure, this is something you must bear in mind.

The rainy season in Guanajuato runs from mid-May to the end of October and the beginning of November.

It will allow you to contemplate the beautiful spectacle of seeing the water running down the streets all over the city.

This way, my dear Magno friends, I don’t consider unnecessary to warn you about these possible happenings when you plan to visit Guanajuato’s capital in the rainy season.

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These partners of mine offer you excellent lodging rates here and amazing tour options here, so that you can enjoy Guanajuato to the fullest. Thank you very much for supporting me.

 

The Magno Recommendation:

 

Don’t miss the chance to stay in one of the several hotels in the Historic Center. If you are like me, you’ll certainly enjoy the sport of capturing fantastic images of Mexico’s landmark treasures like Guanajuato.

The architecture, volumes, colors, and the coming and going of its people will be candidates to occupy a permanent place in your camera’s or smartphone’s memories for sure.

Another Magno recommendation.

Real de Minas Hotel's Main Access, Guanajuato Capital City, Guanajuato State, Mexico
Real de Minas Hotel’s Main Access, Guanajuato Capital City, Guanajuato State, Mexico

If your visit coincides with some theatrical performances or concerts offered to the public at the “Teatro Juárez” in front of the “Jardín de la Unión,” you will have genuinely rounded out a luxury visit to this fabulous spot in the Mexican “Bajío” region.

As the theater promoters say and repeat frequently, dear public, please check the billboard for amazing events.

The Guanajuato state indeed gathers gems that an exceptional traveler, a seasoned visitor, won’t pass up.

It’s one of those places that will make you fall in love with.

It’s one of those places that, as we say here in Mexico, you have to be there, sí o sí (Yes or yes)

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