Once again, the date for celebrating our culture and traditions concentrated in the 111 Magic Towns of México is approaching.

We are talking about the National Fair of Magic Towns, which in its fourth edition will be held from November 17 to 19 in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo León and in which, without a doubt, the five Magic Towns that host our beloved state cannot be missed.

We invite you to take a stroll through the attractions that you can find in these hidden jewels throughout Querétaro. Maybe you will even feel like going to the Fair!


This charming town is known as the starting point for the Route Art, Cheese and Wine. The atmosphere of the town is irresistible, since it is wrapped between scents of province that go back to the ancient Mexico, conserving in its streets and squares the viceroyalty appearance.


This municipality has a great geographical variety: semi-desert climate in the south (with impressive botanical gardens), woods in the north and an island in the middle of the dam of Zimapán that houses a quiet ecotourism camp.


San Sebastián Bernal is the complete name of the town that houses the third largest monolith in the world. Famous for its picturesque streets, its unique crafts and its rich gorditas of broken corn. A must for Queretanos and tourists!


In Jalpan and its surroundings there are several tourist attractions: a dam where you can practice sport fishing, a recreational park, rivers, caves, an ecotourism hostel with cabins that have all the facilities, an archeological area and a great gastronomic offer.

San Joaquín

The charm of San Joaquín grows with its height; Its multiplicity of tourism offers an endless number of activities to carry out, among its national park, camping areas, the archeological area of ​​Ranas and the famous Grutas Los Herrera.