How can I do the Route of Art, Cheese and Wine?
The state has many winehouses and cheesmaking houses that open their doors for you to learn about the elaboration of their products. There are tours that go from the city to this zone. You can consult the directory of enterprises in www.asomarte.com or dial T. (442) 238 5067 o 01800 715 1742.
How can I go to Bernal, Tequisquipan, Pinal de Amoles and Jalpan by bus?
The buses depart from Querétaro’s bus station to any of the 18 municipalities of the state. The bus lines that have this destinations are: Primera Plus. Flecha Amarilla, Estrella Blanca, Servicios Coordinados.
How many Magic Towns are in Querétaro?
Querétaro has five Magic Towns: Bernal, Cadereyta de Montes, Jalpan de Serra, San Joaquín and Tequisquiapan.
What is the schedule of the museums?
The city has a variety of museum and and historical places, open from 10:00 to 18:00 h from Tuesday thru Sunday. The schedules may vary without previous notice from the museum administration.
Where can I book a tour of legends?
The tours of legends are available from Thursday to Sunday and last aproximately 1 h 30 min. The tours are by foot and are offered by diverse companies. You can consult the directory of enterprises in www.asomarte.com or dial T. (442) 238 5067 o 01800 715 1742.
Where can I buy artcraft in Querétaro?
The Casa Queretana de Artesanías is located at Andador Libertad No. 52 Centro. Every month, a different municipality present its crafts in the Secretaría de Turismo.
Where can I exchange foreign currency?
There are many exchange houses and banks in the Historic Center, there you can exchange your currency to mexican pesos. For more info, call T. (442) 238 5067 o 01800 715 1742.
Where can I find the letters that read QUERÉTARO?
The huge letters that read QUERÉTARO, are permanently in the Querétaro Centro de Congresos. However, there are other itinerant letters that travel around the state. Learn more in www.asomarte.com.
Where can I find walking tours?
The Tourist Guide Asociation is located at the module of Plaza Constitución, in the Historic Center during the weekends. They offer tours every hour from 11 to 18 h.
Where can I see the cultural billboard?
You can go to the Office of Touristic Attention and Information, or to the modules of information and get the Asomarte magazine. You can also consult the billboard in www.asomarte.com o www.culturaqueretaro.gob.mx.
Where is the Tourist Office of Querétaro?
It is located at Pasteur Norte 4, Centro Histórico. Next to the Casa de la Corregidora, a few steps from Plaza de Armas. Opening hours are Monday thru Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. For questions and comments, contact us at (442) 2385067 or 01 800 715 1742.
Which are the Archeological Zones and which one is closer to the city of Querétaro?
The Archeological Zones are: Toluquilla in Cadereyta de Montes, Ranas in San Joaquín, Tancama in Jalpan de Serra, El Cerrito in Corregidora. This last one is the one closer to Querétaro.
Is it possible to make a reservation directly with the Tourist Office?
The Tourist Office does not make reservations. Instead, it provides information regarding lodging, food and entertainment so that tourists organize their trip and book directly with the service providers according to their needs.
How do I get there by car?
Querétaro connects to the rest of the country through a modern and extensive road infrastructure. Federal Highway No. 57 connects the State south with Mexico City and north with San Luis Potosi; No. 55 with Toluca; No. 45 with Guanajuato and Guadalajara; No. 120 with Xilitla, and No. 69 with Río Verde.
How do I get there by bus?
The city of Santiago de Querétaro, capital of the state, has a bus terminal that has several national and local lines that connect the entire country. Approximate travel times to/from: Mexico City (3 h), Guadalajara (4 h), San Miguel de Allende (1 h), Guanajuato (2 h), San Luis Potosí (2.5 h). For more information call (442) 229 0181 and 82.
How do I get there by plane?
The Querètaro International Airport, located 34 kilometers away from Santiago de Querètaro, has direct flights to the main cities of Mèxico. In addition, it has flights to Dallas and Houston, Texas to connect Querétaro with the rest of the world. For more information, call (442) 192 5500 or go to the airport website: www.aiq.com.mx
Where can I take the tram city sight tour?
The tram city sight tours begin in front of the San Francisco temple, in the street of Corregidora. They last approximately one hour. Departures are every hour from Monday to Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. On Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, departures are every half an hour from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.