It’s a place that arouses unforgettable emotions, and one of the most beautiful states in Mexico. Home to the famous Festival Cervantino, and to the southeast is the land of hundreds of blue agave plants, cultivated to brew tequila.

Your best hotel option in Leon Guanajuato is the Hampton Inn by Hilton Leon Guanajuato. This is the capital of hunting and leather goods. Start your trip in the city of Leon, with its unmissable Templo Expiatorio and the pedestrian area of the Arco de la Calzada. Enjoy a refreshing Cebadina, along with some traditional and delicious Guacamayas. Continue your trip via the San Juan de Dios neighborhood to try ice cream and sorbets, with a tradition spanning over 96 years. Don’t miss the open air activities in the Parque Metropolitano, famous for hosting the annual Festival Internacional del Globo hot air balloon festival in November.

Salamanca is an industrial city, home to petrochemical, automobile and thermoelectric facilities. Stay at the Hilton Garden Inn Salamanca and explore the center of Salamanca, visit the San Agustín Church and Monastery, the Centro de las Artes de Guanajuato art school or the Casa de la Cultura cultural center. Fish at Yurira or enjoy an outing on an artificial or crater lake.

Silao: A modern city whose historic and cultural values are reflected in monuments and tourist attractions which include the Parroquía de Santiago Apóstol church and the Cristo Rey sculpture in Cerro del Cubilete. Homewood Suites by Hilton Silao is your best accommodation option.

Irapuato: A beautiful city famous for producing strawberries. Explore its historic center, visit the Plaza de los Fundadores (Founders Square) and the famous Mural de los Orígenes mural depicting Irapuato’s Purépecha and Spanish history. You can’t leave without exploring the candied strawberry factory or watching the city fill with music and color thanks to the Dancing Fountains while staying at the Hampton Inn by Hilton Irapuato

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