Querétaro – A Place of Culture and Art
Querétaro is a geographic jewel of Mexico that has the most diverse tourist attractions for all tastes and interests seeking an alternative in the center of the country. From the rich mix between the contemporaneity of its Creative Metropolis with the vibrant past of its Historic Center, to the natural wonders of its Sierra Gorda, passing through the culinary appeal of its Wine and Cheese Region or the pure air and tranquility of the small towns known as “magic towns” like San Miguel de Allende, Tequisquiapan and Bernal located just 30 minutes from our clinic.
From the heart of Querétaro, its Historic Center, to its most cosmopolitan and avant-garde face, the Creative Metropolis brings together the heritage of a glorious past and the new infrastructure of one of the most thriving cities in Mexico. Live this Cultural Heritage of Humanity and enjoy its offer of bars and restaurants, the best hotels in the region and commercial and entertainment spaces.
The best wine-growing region in the center of the country, just one hour from the Creative Metropolis, where you can also find world-class award-winning cheeses. Without the hustle and bustle of the city and the sun sets, visit its vineyards and farms and witness the wonderful gifts that the semi-desert of Querétaro gives.
Sierra Gorda; Home to the most impressive natural wonders of Querétaro, the Sierra Gorda is one of the great lungs of Mexico and is the ideal space to experience sustainable tourism, in harmony with the environment, whether in search of adventure or with the desire to rest from the boredom of the city. A true paradise awaits you between rivers and waterfalls.
Mexican Magic towns call like that for their natural, historical, gastronomic and artisanal richness. Know the ones close to the City, they will all surprise you!
San Miguel de Allende; The World Heritage Site designation was granted by UNESCO in 2008; enjoy the vibrant and colorful Historic Center and its Sanctuary of Jesus of Nazareth in Atotonilco, This place is considered one of the most beautiful churches in all of Mexico,
Tequisquiapan; The visit begins on the road, with the landscapes that the wine regions of the region offer thanks to the Art, Cheese and Wine Route. After these panoramas, walk in its historic center of cobbled streets, decorated with iron windows, and squares full of flowers.
Bernal; Located around the third largest monolith in the world, emblematic for its traditional cuisine as its gorditas martajadas with red chili. Do not miss El Castillo, in the main square, and historic sites such as the Chapel of the Souls, the Chapel of the Holy Cross or the Temple of San Sebastián Mártir, with constructions that refer to the colonial period of the 18th century with the the third largest monolith in the world.
Querétaro has different choices to stay from beautiful historical haciendas, small hotel boutiques or city hotels that will fit to every taste and budget.
Travel by Airplane
The Intercontinental Airport of Querétaro (AIQ) has become one of the main logistics hubs in Mexico, which has generated an airport offer of regional value
Located 34 kilometers from Santiago de Querétaro, the AIQ has direct flights to the main cities of Mexico. In addition, it has flights to Dallas and Houston, in Texas, and to Chicago, Illinois, in the United States, to connect Querétaro with the rest of the world.
If you prefer, and with a direct connection by bus just 2.30 hours away, the Mexico City International Airport (AICM), the most important in the country, offers all possible options to connect Querétaro with the world.