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Jerez, Jerez de Garcia Salinas Mexico
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From Monterrey Caves Garcia
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From Monterrey Caves Garcia

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The García Caves (Grutas de Garcia) are the world’s second largest cave system.<br><br>These caves, discovered in 1843, will astonish you with their natural formations whose creation began more than 50 million years ago. A three-minute journey up to the caves by a cable car offers magnificent views of the surrounding mountains.
$70.00 per adult
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salvador g wrote a review Aug 2016
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One of the best structures in Jerez, Zacatecas. Right next to the principal plaza garden. The architecture is very european and impressive carved stone.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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solounviajero wrote a review Jun 2016
Virginia126 contributions39 helpful votes
The de la Torre building is right across from the Santuario de Nuestra Senora de la Soledad and is a cool looking building... but there is nothing there except the view from the outside (not even a plaque explaining the history of the site). Check it out as you're walking the city, but that's all there is....
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Date of experience: June 2016
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NoemiDLT wrote a review Jun 2016
Santa Ana, California14 contributions8 helpful votes
Jerez is a truly a magical town. Just walk around the main streets and you'll be amazed at the beauty and picturesque setting of this town. The locals are warm and kinds. I had to see this building because it bears my last name. It's gothic architecture is impressive from the outside, its also beautiful at night when they light it up. You can go inside and they usually have some sort of local exhibit. It is a working library too.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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