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Jose Azueta 80 Corner with 20 de Noviembre, Guanajuato 934000 Mexico
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ATVs through the mountains and city of Guanajuato
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ATVs through the mountains and city of Guanajuato

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Meet Guanajuato in ATV. Only we take you to where no one else takes you.<br>You will meet the old mining towns that were hidden among the mountains that surround the city.<br>Enjoy an incredible adventure knowing the alleys and tunnels, the underground street, the monument to Pípila, the viewpoint of the Rayas mine. the panoramic road that surrounds the city over the hills, the viewpoint of the hill of Las Comadres, the Monte de San Nicolas, La Fragua, the Sierra de Santa Rosa de Lima, the dam of Mata, Valenciana, among many other places that They will surprise you.<br><br>Join us, you drive!
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Sundncr wrote a review Feb 19
Washington DC, District of Columbia901 contributions351 helpful votes
It is a very good cultural experience to visit this market. It has plenty of eating places and to shop for local goods. The place is pretty clean. While having something to eat in one of the restaurant, Mariachi bands serenade you with classic songs. It is a pleasant experience. You can bargain for souvenirs at one of the many stalls. It is located pretty close to the main historic center. Where as the historic center is touristy, this place is to experience the local culture.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Natalia wrote a review Jan 2021
London, United Kingdom25 contributions20 helpful votes
I had some nice food at this market, fresh juice, fruits,but actually the same food is on the street stools. Market like all the others.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Alohagm wrote a review Nov 2020
San Francisco, California144 contributions33 helpful votes
Not a particularly great market unless you want to hit the food stalls. Much better shopping is available from street vendors and shops. There was one cool leather bag stall right at the entrance (though we questioned whether they were actually leather) where we considered purchasing some items but that was it. We went to ensure we didn’t miss anything... and wish we had spent our time elsewhere!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Paul wrote a review Mar 2020
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico100 contributions52 helpful votes
About the best thing you can say about Mercado Hildago is that the building is actually quite interesting. Once inside, however, there is not much of any real interest. There is no cute place to sit, relax, and have a drink. The food is nothing special, unique, or varied. And the merchandise offered for sale did not appeal to us very much. We walked around for a bit, got bored, and left within fifteen minutes. Now mind you, I am not saying it's a bad place. It isn't. If you are passing by, it's worth checking out. But I wouldn't walk too far out of my way to go there if I were you.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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vagabondginger wrote a review Mar 2020
San Diego, California1,219 contributions607 helpful votes
The building itself is impressive on the outside but inside was not worth more than just a walk through. There's really nothing too interesting at all in this part of the city. I couldn't even find a place to just go relax and have a beer as the cantinas in this area were pretty bad. Unlike up in the main square there were not any cafes with outside tables. I did go into the church across from the market, otherwise just had to kill some time before our group was meeting up to go back to the hotel so this was kind of a boring stop.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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