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All reviews beautiful at night amazing structure roman style bring water nice city city marathon growing city in great shape by foot cool pictures lit up at night tour bus holy cross nice place aqueduct arches history
If you come to Querétaro you have to see the aqueduct - you can’t really miss this 1 km and something giant. It is truly iconic sight: 18 century roman stile structure in midst of buzzy 21 century mexican street 👍🏻
The fact a 16th century structure is still standing in North America is in itself fascinating, but to think of the history and story behind these Acueductos and why they were built shares so much culture and rich memory to the many generations before us....More
While in Queretaro, we took a walk thru the old downtown and made our way to the Aqueduct. Amazing to see up close, and reminded me of Rome. Be sure to do a quick wikipedia check to read about the history behind this structure. Queretaro...More
We were very disappointed when the tour bus (called Tranvía 90 pesos per person) did not Stop at this main attraction of Querétaro. The bus drove by a half way of 74 arches and turned around.
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Always a great thing to visit with new things going on around the area. Try to take a guided tour so you can learn the history of this beautiful place. Tons of restaurants and shopping especially in el centro. Have been here many times and...More
Face it, there aren't a huge number of tourist attractions in this fabulous city. That's great for tourists because, even in July, the place isn't overrun by selfie sticks and big red busses. The Aqueduct is Querétaro's big attraction. There's no tour, there's no admission,...More