Casa Santa Lucia

Av Hidalgo No 717, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000, Mexico
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Zacatecas or Guanajuato?

by mem2mexjones

I'm looking for a small, B&B type hotel, clean, with just the basics for about 300 pesos a night in Zacatecas in September. Has anyone got any recommendations? I know of a great one in Gto that I like alot, but I'm thinking of splitting my next trip between these 2 cities.

Re: Zacatecas or Guanajuato?

by Gatopardo

Zacatecas, I love Zacatecas!
Great Choice!


The best suggestion I can think of is Villa Colonial, the staff is super kind and it has a great location, downtown, just half block behind the Cathedral.

1º de Mayo Cajón. Del Mono Prieto, Col. Centro, Zacatecas, Zac.
Teléfonos y Fax: Hab. Cat.
Tel: (492) 922 1980
Fax: (492) 922 1980 24 C.E.*
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I found this hostel is relatively new, it's also in downtown, two or three blocks from Hidalgo avenue, the main avenue in centro. It was ok in case Villa Colonial has no vacancy.


Cjón. De Lancaster # 109, Col. Centro, Zacatecas, Zac.
Teléfonos y Fax: Hab. Cat.
Tel: (492) 925 4135
Fax: No disponible 11 C.E.*
Correo y Sitio Web:
Página Web: No disponible
Correo Electrónico: No disponible

Enjoy your time in Mexico!

Re: Zacatecas or Guanajuato?

by la-lola

Good choice... i prefer guanajuato, but zacatecas is ok, too... and in september i think is a big celebration in san miguel de allende, so you can check for "san miguelada" if it's in the dates you're going...

when i went to guanajuato... i stayed in casa kloster, like a block from la basilica (as far as i remember), in downtown, it was really good..

and in zacatecas, i stayed in hostal villa colonial... like a block from cathedral... it was really nice, and really close to everything... if you can book ahead... it'll be good...

nice trip to the colonial cities...

Re: Zacatecas or Guanajuato?

by peluche35

I would go to Zacatecas mainly because The FENAZA ( feria nacional de zacatecas) is going to be held in September . You cannot missed I´ve visited this festival several times and I can assure you that you'll have a good time in Zacatecas during that time. enjoy

Travel Tips for Zacatecas

Museo Zacatecano

by jmbredeck

Retablo heaven and Huichol art:
An extensive collection of 19th century retablos, a popular form of devotional art. These are small and were usually found in private residences. Unstable times (Reform laws of 1810, for example) and acts of repression against religious authorities contributed to the need for people to worship at home, and to hide (at times) their devotional decorations.
Aside from the naive, popular quality of the retablos, I was impressed by the iconography. There are so many variations in representations of saints or the Holy Family that I wondered how people read them correctly, how folks today remember them all -- or keep them straight.
Example: Christ -- there is a section devoted to his image as a child, to his baptism, another in which scenes focus on events relating to the Passion (Christ being whipped, Ecce Home, the Stations of the Cross, The Divine Face etc), Christ crucified, the blood of Christ, teh Sacred Heart of Christ, the Holy Trinity etc, etc.
Now, this type of religious imagery might bore some people to tears, but students of Art History, or people who like to simply decipher cultural symbols, will find the museum a gem. I also had the good fortune of being there on a day with few visitors - so I had a personal guide walk around with me and answer questions, explain iconographical aspects, lives of saints etc.
I had to go back a 2nd time (after a coffee break) to see the other section of the museum which is textile art of the Huichil people. Their geometric patterns and symbols were a nice change from the retablos, and the artifacts on sale within the museum were terrific bead-work pieces. Check them out!

Días de servicio: De miércoles a lunes. (Cierra los martes)
Horario: De 10:00 a 16:30 hrs.
Entrada General: $12.00

Mina del edén

by fidoopy

The trip toward the mine is carried out by some funny cars, that prevents any car accident, the visit is absolutely sure, in the place where you take the car, there is stores of crafts, where you could find from a small stone, until an enormous rock with srystals inside.


by AnnaLupilla

Unfortunately I have been to Zacatecas only very short as I had to leave very suddenly. Although I got to know the city quite good in that little amount of time and learnt to love it. They have an awful lot of great museums and many more sights to offer. - For sure I gonna be back soon!!!


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Address: Av Hidalgo No 717, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000, Mexico