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I've been travelling to this place since I was a kid for around 40 years. I went last weekend and I was surprised how well it is maintained compared to other magical towns in Mexico.
It keeps this peaceful and picturesque atmosphere without being boring...More
The square is quite large amd there are lots of things to see and do. It has nice gardens and a fountain, a kiosk, a large church and corridors with large arches in three of its sides where many cafes, rsraurants, art galleries and hotels...More
People we were visiting in Tula de Allende brought us here on our way to San Miguel de A. The whole road we drove in on was decked out in bright paper "flags" strung between the tops of the buildings on both sides. Festive indeed....More
The center of every Mexican town is the Zocalo or main plaza, often uninspiring. This is a very classy town and this one is one of my top ten having visited hundreds of communities over the years. Surrounded with boutiques, art and fine hotels and...More
We arrived early in Tequis on our day trip, enroute from San Miguel. To start things off right, we had a quick breakfast at one of the better restaurants around the plaza.
There are lots to choose from. Then we spent most of the morning...More
There is always something going on in this plaza. It is like a beehive of activity. In the week we were there, there was a Singing Competition, a play, a band, a guy dressed up as a skeleton monk, along with vendors of all kinds.