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We spent the morning exploring this area with the majority of our time spent at the Governor's Palace. An excellent tour guide with perfect English led us around the downstairs murals that depict Chihuahua's often-turbulent history.
Across the street from the palace is a memorial...More
This is an entertaining downtown area....great for people watching! The beautiful cathedral is on one side with old colonial buildings all around. There is a pretty gazebo and water features and plenty of places to sit and enjoy.
Downtown and cathedral are always a spot to visit in every town and city in Mexico. Chihuahua it’s full of history and culture and you can feel that in the arrangement and atmosphere of its plazas and monuments. In the historic plaza you can visit...More
One of the best things about this city is that it is walkable. Many of the old structures are preserved including 19th century houses, a remarkable Cathedral, and even the house where Benito Juarez stayed during the period of French occupation (1864-66). There is music...More
Chihuahua is not really a great tourist attraction town like Cancun or some other tropical destinations, but if you are in to reasonable prices, great attractions, and love history, than it is worth going to. The downtown is full of rich North American history