Posada Santa Fe Guanajuato
Jardin Union 12, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36000, Mexico
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On Jardín Unión
Not sure about the whole name, but it is the restaurant that belongs to the hotel "Posada Santa Fe" located on Jardín Unión. I did not stay at Posada Santa Fe, but the restaurant is open to every visitor. they have tables on the street and sitting there to eat is quite pleasant, since the garden is quite pretty and there is a nice atmosphere. I don't recall much of the menu, I remember I ate some pasta to recover the energy after walking all morning, and I also remember I was quite pleased with the food, so a double recomendation for the place, both for it location and for it's flavor.
The gardened square of Mina Rayas
Templo de la Compañía
Bus from ANY airport to Guanjuato, GTO, BUS from Dolores Hidalgo back to Airport
Hello, We need bus services from ANY nearby town to Guanajuato. THEN the return trip from DOLORES HIDALGO back to an airport.
We are flying AMERICAN AIRLINES to either BJX, or SLP, or wherever american flies.
THE next question is which BUS carrier transports to each town. I have been to ETN website and it gives option in drop down list, but then when I need to process, it says that route does not exist. Thanks for the help. We are coming in August.
Re: Bus from ANY airport to Guanjuato, GTO, BUS from Dolores Hidalgo back to Airport
this website lists the various bus lines and the regions they serve: http://www.differentworld.com/mexico/buses.htm
when you are looking to go to or from a small place, you need to look at a major town where you would have to change buses; i.e., MexCity Airport going to San Miguel de Allende, you get many more choices by FIRST looking at going to QUERETARO, where you would then change buses for SMA. Hope I have expressed that clearly for you.
Travel Tips for Guanajuato
Prok rinds the size of a small man....
This is me standing behind a pork rind, believe it or not...these things are massive!!! I betcha can eat just one!!!
They are very abundant areound town, and the older women sell them on the streets...although they are usually cut up into more edible size pieces....
Great Views - Mediocre Food
I ended up at El Canastillo de Flores one morning for breakfast when I couldn't find the restaurant I had been looking for, and my stomach was getting a little too grumbly. The location right in Plaza la Paz is excellent for beautiful views of the church and people walking past (especially when you sit outside). It just looks adorable. Their breakfast choices are cheap and simple, so I opted for french toast, hoping it would be like the french toast I'd been served at a Mexican home for breakfast. Instead, I was served a plate that can only be described as sugar with a touch of egg and toast. Look at the picture- you can see the thick sugary coating all over the french toast. If you're looking to get your kids all loaded up on sugar to start their day, this is the place for you. Otherwise, breakfast elsewhere!
Casa Diego Rivera
This museum is located in the house where Diego Rivera was born. He moved from Guanajuato when he was 6 years old and never returned. However, his daughter purchased the home back from its later owners (who had subdivided the property and remodeled it into student housing quarters), and restored the home and moved an impressive collection of Diego Rivera's works into the property, which now contains four floors of his artwork, ranging from pencil drawings, to paintings and a small-scale replica of his famous "Dream of A Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda Central" (the original can be found in the Museo Mural Diego Rivera in the Alameda in Mexico City; see my Mexico City Things to Do Tip.)
The museum is just a few blocks from the main Plaza de la Paz. The ground floor was restored with original furniture from the period during which the Rivera family occupied the home while the upper floors contain his artwork.
The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10am to 7pm and on Sunday 10am to 3pm, with admission of $15 pesos (general) and $5 (students.)
Go see it, it is worth it to see the range of artistic styles that Rivera used during his lifetime of artistic achievement.
The market of the city is located inside a building that was planned for something completely different, it was supposed to be a train station, it was based on a desing by Antonio Rivas Mercado and Ernesto Burnel and it was inaugurated by the president Porfirio Diaz in 1910 during the celebrations of the 100 years of the begining of the mexican independence revolution. The most noted feature of the market is the old clock located in the roof.
Every time I give tours to family from other countries one of the most attractive atractions to them are markets, so a visit here is recommended to see all the different products you won't find on bigger shops and to buy something interesting if it attracts you.
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Posada Santa Fe Guanajuato
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Address: Jardin Union 12, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36000, Mexico