Discover the richness of Mexican culture in Aguascalientes, where history, colonial architecture, and unique gastronomy converge to offer an authentic experience. From the captivating world of Charrería, Mexico’s national sport, to the allure of Magical Towns, Aguascalientes invites visitors to explore its cultural heritage and diverse tourism offerings.
Aguascalientes boasts four enchanting Magical Towns, with Calvillo standing out as a highlight, home to the National Museum of Magical Towns. Visitors can embark on the Tour del Toro, exploring cattle ranches and gaining insights into the breeding of fighting bulls, some owned by renowned Mexican bullfighters.
For adventure enthusiasts, the Boca de Tunel canyon system offers exhilarating experiences such as zip-lining, suspension bridge walks, and off-road vehicle tours. The region also features over 740 acres of vineyards across 16 wineries, providing wine enthusiasts with a delightful journey through different varietals.
Religious tourism finds its place in San José de Gracia and the Parish of Calvillo, boasting the second-largest dome in Latin America. In the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE) market, Aguascalientes excels with a convention center for 8,000 people and over 5,500 rooms in diverse accommodations.
Indulge in high gastronomy at Aguascalientes, where specialty restaurants fuse regional flavors with contemporary techniques. Experience the culinary delights at places like Nahual restaurant, offering dishes like duck in guava mole, and savor popular local foods such as pork, bread with cream, and complimentary botaneros (snack bars) with each drink.
Aguascalientes beckons as the “most authentic place in Mexico,” inviting you to unravel its cultural tapestry and create lasting memories of tradition and adventure.