The renowned fair, the Feria de San Marcos, takes place in Aguascalientes. Nearby hot springs and spas do justice to its name, which means “hot waters.” The State of Mexico boasts Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns), national parks, sanctuaries, and volcanoes, such as the snow-capped Nevado de Toluca.
Mexico City is the largest city in Latin America. Its Historic Centre and Xochimilco have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. It has the largest number of museums in the world.
Guanajuato is a viceregal gem that flourished from the wealth of its silver mines. The state capital hosts the world-renowned Festival Internacional Cervantino.
Hidalgo offers archaeological zones, colonial churches and convents, pulque-producing haciendas, national parks, and old mining towns. Cuernavaca, the so-called city of eternal spring, shares its privileged climate with other places in the state of Morelos that have delightful mineral water facilities.
The State of Querétaro abounds with historical, cultural, and natural attractions. The Historic Centre of the state capital is a World Heritage site. A land of agaves and haciendas where fighting bulls are raised, Tlaxcala has major archaeological sites with mural paintings and a Magical Town where colorful carpets are made of flowers.