Querétaro welcomes tourists with open arms


With the start of the Easter holiday, the state of Querétaro has become one of the preferred destinations for thousands of national and international tourists looking to enjoy its cultural, historical, and natural charms.

During this season, the region’s main tourist sites have seen a record influx, marking a rebirth in the tourism industry after difficult times.

From picturesque magic towns to majestic colonial buildings, Querétaro offers a wide range of options for all tastes and preferences.

Iconic places like the Historic Center of the city of Querétaro, with its imposing temples and squares, have been the focus of visitors eager to learn about the cultural and architectural richness of the region.

The Magic Towns of Querétaro, such as Bernal, Tequisquiapan, and Cadereyta, have also experienced a notable influx of tourists, who seek to immerse themselves in the mystical and traditional atmosphere that characterizes them.

Their cobblestone streets, colorful facades, and delicious regional cuisine have won the hearts of travelers, who do not hesitate to explore every corner and participate in the various activities and festivities scheduled for the occasion.

The lush nature of Querétaro is not far behind, with natural parks, waterfalls, and ecological reserves offering a haven of tranquility and beauty for those looking to connect with the natural environment. Hiking, bird watching, bike tours, and horseback riding are just some of the activities available to enjoy the outdoors during these holidays.

Local tourism authorities have highlighted the commitment and collaboration of service providers and the community in general to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all visitors. Public health measures, cleaning protocols, and social distancing have been implemented in all tourist establishments, ensuring the well-being of tourists and residents alike.

In summary, the Easter holidays have brought renewed energy and optimism to the tourism industry of Querétaro, demonstrating once again the appeal and hospitality of this region that captivates those who visit it.

Source: Quadratin