Gran Plaza Hotel & Convention Center
Discover why we are one of the most comfortable and relaxing hotels in the city of Guanajuato, Mexico.

Juarez Theater

This site is considered one of the most attractive in Mexico and is recognized worldwide for its architecture in which its Doric-inspired portico (long columns) stands out inside the Roman and Euro...


Kiss alley

This alley full of legend, is located behind the Plaza de los Ángeles in the Historic Center and consists of two balconies separated by 68 centimeters. All the couples who visit it must kiss on the...


Plaza de la Paz

También se le conoce como Plaza Mayor o Principal.Durante muchos años en este sitio se ubicaron las sedes de las autoridades civiles y eclesiásticas del entonces Real de Minas de Santa Fe de Guanaj...


Union Garden

Garden of the Guanajuato Union; Its shape is polygonal and it is located in the center of the old Plazuela de San Diego, whose lands belonged to the missing atrium of the current San Diego temple. ...


University of Guanajuato

The highest house of secondary and higher education in the state that has received distinctions for its academic quality, being an excellent public institution. This large green stone neoclassical ...


Bocamina San Ramon

Bocamina San Ramón is an old farm where in its environment you can relive the story that tells of the efforts made by all those miners who lived a hard life during the 16th to 18th centuries diggin...


Pot Dam

Nice park to have fun and relax with your partner or family, the place is surrounded by vegetation, restaurants and food places. In addition to feeding the ducks, you can row their rafts and learn ...


Basilica of Our Lady of Guanajuato

Located in the Plaza de la Paz, the church of the patron saint of the city is a beautiful architectural work of baroque and neoclassical style, inside is the beautiful Andalusian virgin who has a s...


Guanajuato stands out for its mining past, its underground streets and tunnels, its museums, its baroque and neoclassical architecture, its colored houses, its alleys and its importance in the history of Mexico.

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