Queretaro Vacations

Mexico
Dreaming of a vacation in Mexico? Look no further than Queretaro. It has something for everyone including God's Bridge (Puente De Dios) and Casona De los 5 Patios. Even better, vacations to Queretaro don't need to be expensive. We compare hundreds of flight and hotel options to find you the …

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Things to see and do in Queretaro

carlos ponce | Trip by SkyscannerGod's Bridge (Puente De Dios)
God's Bridge (Puente De Dios)
Jorge Flores | Trip by SkyscannerCasona De los 5 Patios
Casona De los 5 Patios
Alan Pacheco | Trip by SkyscannerEstadio Corregidora
Estadio Corregidora
Jessica Nazariego Rodriguez | Trip by SkyscannerSantiago de Querétaro
Santiago de Querétaro
Jorge Flores | Trip by SkyscannerJardin Guerrero
Jardin Guerrero
Monica R | Trip by SkyscannerFinca Sala Live by Freixenet
Finca Sala Live by Freixenet
Alexandra S | Trip by SkyscannerMonumento a la Corregidora
Monumento a la Corregidora
Jorge Flores | Trip by SkyscannerEl Fabuloso Fred -- CLOSED
El Fabuloso Fred -- CLOSED

Reviews of Queretaro

Jorge Flores
Jorge Flores
23/05/2016

The historic district at night it's always a lovely walk, full of colors, lights and tons of places to eat or have a drink

Alan Pacheco
Alan PachecoQueretaro, Mexico
14/01/2016

It's an amazing place to rest and stay away from the city (Querétaro, Pinal de Amoles)

Beto Franca Escarcega
Beto Franca EscarcegaMexico City
30/03/2015

Can't say too much about this place, just went for a couple hours. Next time I'll be more time.

A Closer Look Tours
A Closer Look ToursPhoenix, Arizona, USA
10/06/2014

Visit the city of Queretaro, a place with a well-ordered plazas, flower-filled gardens and ornate structures everywhere you look. Here on pedestrian only streets you can learn about the city history and traditions. See the famous aqueduct build around 1726 that it is considered the seventh largest in the world with 74 arches some as more than 66 ft. high and 45ft in span. Also, try to visit the ex-Convent of La Cruz build in 1654. Here, Emperor Maximilian used the ex-convent as a fort and later jailed there before its execution.

Nearby destinations

Morelia

Toluca

San Luis Potosi

Mexico City