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Mexico City

In other times it was called the City of Palaces, the capital city causes mixed feelings and experiences among those who live in it and those who visit. Beyond its problems and the conflicts due to its large extension and great number of inhabitants, it is without a doubt a mosaic of colors, scents, sounds, flavors, and textures that never ceases to surprise locals and foreigners. It was founded in 1525 by the Spaniards over the ruins of Tenochtitlán, the capital of the Aztec empire, today it is a cosmopolitan city, vibrant and dynamic, open to all kinds of tastes, ages, demands, and budgets. Business, …

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Queretaro

Designated as the Point of Entry to the Bajío area, since its origins, Querétaro has distinguished itself for being a transcendental point of confluence for our country’s history, culture and economy. It was founded in 1531, under the name of Santiago de Querétaro (in honor of the apostle that according to the legend, appeared on the then third most important city of the viceroyalty period of New Spain).  Although its intense industrial and economic activity gives it a very urban character, it has not lost its touch of provincial warm hospitality.   Its historical downtown area (Cultural Patrimony of Humanity) maintains the streets, monuments and buildings …

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