One of the traditional crafts of Tequisquiapan with which are made hats, furniture, dolls, baskets, clothes racks or utensils for the house.

Tequisquiapan

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Las calles adoquinadas, el paisaje y las artesanías en Bernal hacen que el tiempo se detenga para poder admirar deshilados, cobijas y manteles hechos en telares con cien años de antigüedad.

Calle Benito Juárez s/n, Zona Centro. Bernal, Qro.

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Un recorrido por el pueblo y su plaza con templos coloniales y antiguas casonas, en sus alrededores se pueden visitar ex-haciendas y realizar senderismo, fotografía y observación de flora y fauna local, pesca deportiva, paseos en lancha y ciclismo de montaña.

Melchor Ocampo no. 3, Zona Centro. Cadereyta de Montes, Qro.

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Tour the missions, visit the regional museum, trekking, observation of flora and fauna, boat and kayak rentals, zip line, rock climbing, rappel descent, as well as walks in caves and caves.

Fray Junípero Serra no. 1, Zona Centro. Jalpan de Serra, Qro.

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This village is always fresh. Its nature, more than delineate the limits of the population, invades: forest, waterfalls, extreme sports, archaeological zone, everything to spend the best experience of your life.

Calle Palacio Municipal s/n, Zona Centro. San Joaquín, Qro.

T. (441) 2935319

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It combines valuable cultural and traditional elements with great potential for ecotourism, for example. It is common to enjoy horseback riding, camping, handicraft shopping, balloon flights, and many more other amusements.

Salvador Michaus s/n, Zona Centro. Tequisquiapan, Qro.

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Querétaro has the luck to have 5 Magic Towns. Each has diverse activities to spend an itinerary full of cultural, gastronomic and historic richness. Here we tell you which they are: Bernal, Tequisquiapan, Cadereyta, Jalpan de Serra and San Joaquín.

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