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Aguascalientes is a destination with an interesting mix of beautiful natural landscapes, tradition and industrial development. The city and its shopping malls, such as Altaria and Galerias Aguascalientes are guarantee of satisfaction on a shopping trip; the historic center with cultural attractions, historical monuments, restaurants and museums. Magic Towns like San Jose de Gracia and Real de Asientos; the San Marcos National Fair (Mexico’s Fair) is an event that attracts thousands of visitors from all over the country and the world. With more than 180 years of history, its activity program consists of the Palenque, bulls, theater, charro championship, expos and cultural events.
Known as a celebration for the whole family, with over 180 years of tradition, culture, expositions and entertainment, the San Marcos Fair is the most important popular celebration of Aguascalientes, made to honor the patron saint of the same name.
Aguascalientes has 205 of hectares of wine grape. There are 10 wine houses and wine yards open to the public to offer unique tourist experiences, don’t miss this amazing experience while you’re in our state!
Aguascalientes gets cheery with the Death in the Skulls Festival (Calaveras Festival).
This Festival has become the second most important one in the city. Because of this, the locals dress up to celebrate Death. “La Catrina” was a creation of Guadalupe Posadas to reflect some characters from the revolution and other eras and social status.
If you’re one of those who enjoy ecotourism, some of the places you can visit during your stay in Aguascalientes are: El Ocote, near the Tolimique Dam, where you can also swim, ride a horse, rappel and do rock climbing. The Malpaso Canyon and Dam is also an option to camp right by the dam.