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Guanajuato Apartment at La Casa Rosa

Two-room garden apartment in central Guanajuato

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Photos:  Here are three of our favorite selections of Guanajuato images.

Language Schools:  Most offer your choice of group or one-on-one classes.

General Information:  History, culture, upcoming events, and more.
  • International Cervantino Festival--Detailed listings for the famous October festival. Events and schedule are announced in June or July.
  • Mexico Guru--Travel information and more for just about anywhere you'd want to visit in Mexico. In English.
  • Guanajuato Guru--Guide to local entertainment, restaurants, etc. In English.
  • GTO Travel--Covers restaurants, entertainment, museums, things to do, and so on. In Spanish.
  • Gtolist.com--This Guanajuato-based Web forum is open to all. Posts, mostly in English, cover apartments, dining, things to do, etc. To create your own posts you must first register with the website; registration is free.
  • Estado de Guanajuato--General tourist information on the entire state of Guanajuato, including San Miguel de Allende, Dolores Hidalgo, and León.
  • Guanajuato Capital--In English (also Spanish, French, and Japanese). Good thumbnail history, plus guide to museums, festivals, etc.
  • Guanajuato Tourist Office--Guide to museums and theaters, plus cultural events ranging from book fairs to off-road racing. In English and Spanish.
  • State Encyclopedia--Lots of info on state history, culture, and government, plus a detailed guide to towns and cities, unfortunately in Spanish only.
  • Mummy Museum--The famous Museo de las Momias, in Spanish, English, or French.
  • Parque Guanajuato Bicentenario--Inaugurated in 2010 to celebrate Mexico's 200th birthday, this "expo" comprises seven distinct pavilions offering a variety of exhibits and events concerning Mexican history and culture. Spanish only.

Just for fun:  The classic song "Caminos de Guanajuato," written by Guanajuato's
        own José Alfredo Jiménez, performed here by Antonio Aguilar.