Santiago De Queretaro by Private Architecture and Cultural Guided Tours
Private Architectural and Cultural guided tours are the highlight of any visit to Santiago de Queretaro, a city which is located in the centre of Mexico.
This city is known for the Spanish colonial architecture that has been very well preserved. It has one of Mexico’s eight Historic Centres and it has been declared, since 1996, as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. This is mainly due to the 17th and 18th-century civic buildings and churches that can be admired on sightseeing tours.
Due to the important parts of history that Santiago de Queretaro has witnessed, there is a lot to be discovered here and plenty of monuments which tell a fascinating story.
When deciding on a time to visit this beautiful city, you should find out when the main traditional festivals are on. These include fairs and celebrations that can go on for days. The atmosphere is brilliant and locals are very happy to share their festivals will all who come to visit.
Top 10 Attractions and Place to See in Santiago De Querétaro
Sightseeing Tour of the Aqueduct, the Pride of Santiago De Queretaro
Santiago de Queretaro has a variety of tours available such as sightseeing, guided or city tours. There is also archeological tours to sites on the outskirts of the city or walking tours through the city, local wineries who welcome visits and for the children, there are water parks with lots of fun activities.
The Aqueduct is a must on a sightseeing tour, mainly because to the locals, it is the pride of the city. It took nine years to build after construction began is 1726.
Due to its location, there are other picturesque towns that can be visited very easily from Santiago de Queretaro on sightseeing tours.
Travel Tips for Santiago de Quer
The temperatures in Santiago de Queretaro are very similar all year round. The only time you may not want to visit are the months which have the most rainfall, June, July, August and September. There is the possibility of rain in the other months swell but very little in comparison. The weeks, when there are festivals on, are great times to go because of the fun and activities but it can also be the most expensive time.
Santiago de Queretaro is like most cities in Mexico a cheap place to visit and excellent value for money. The price of sightseeing tours and guided tours are excellently priced especially for the service and experienced guides you get. An evening meal can cost as little as US$18 in a traditional restaurant for 2 people and a light lunch will be around US$5. Accommodation starts from US$20 in a good and clean hotel.
There is a chance that you will have to have a visa to enter Mexico depending on where you come from so make sure to research if you do. It is advisable to book accommodation well in advance of traveling and even popular sightseeing tours when coming during the busy times. You should only drink sealed bottled water when visiting anywhere in Mexico. Never walk alone at night in isolated areas, always stay with a group.
The wettest month of the year is always July, by quite a bit, with June, August, May and October following respectively. The temperatures are averaging 25 degrees Celsius throughout the year. April and May tend to be the hottest months with temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius. Weather wise the best time for sightseeing tours is from October to March. The temperatures are more suited for tours and it is mainly dry.