A Historic Mexico Mining Town With European Flair
Rich silver deposits first drew crowds to lovely Guanajuato, in the heart of central Mexico. Today they come for the lively plazas, centuries-old cathedrals, narrow cobblestone streets, and other assets that have earned the city designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site. And don’t worry about traffic, the city is primarily car free. Notable attractions worth the walk are the Mummy Museum, Juarez Theater, and Diego Rivera Museum and House.