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#1 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
So, you must visit this genuine jewel so that personally state if you like it all or just the outside, that has this two marvelous views:with sunlight the bright and delicate artistic work of the stone or by night...
This is one of the top landmarks in the city of Zacatecas.
#2 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
Great views
Definitely a must visit site
#3 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
If you like archaeological sites then La Quemada is well worth the hour drive from Zacetecas, and if you like hiking, then you have a double bonus, as from the top the views are spectacular.
We were able to take our time to explore this archeological site and it is truly an amazing experience to just be alone with the buildings constructed hundreds of years ago.
#4 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
You can rather take a steep walk to the top or take a tour in a truck, my friends and I bought some beers at a local store and hiked our way to the top through town, the view is really cool totally worth it
The mountain has amazing views of Zacatecas, good to take amateur pictures, you can see and shoot the whole city view.
#5 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
At night, the cathedral is lit and affords many photo opportunities from the site as well as from afar.
One of the prettiest sites in the city.
#6 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
I stay in the Hotel Emporio which is right across the street and I always have a front row view of everythng from the roof top terrace.
#7 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
Beautifully restored, magnificent and photogenic site.
We stay at the Quinta Real, which is at the base of this and the night view is nothing short of amazing.
#8 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Zacatecas
the museum and the church are good sights, you can just stop by when you are walking around the area.
Amazing historic site