The places mentioned below are mostly located in the Centro Histórico (Historical Center) of Guanajuato. If you are staying in Hotel Guanajuato or other hotels nearby, you can ask your hotel for transportation to the center or to provide a taxi for you (it would cost between 80 to 100 pesos).
If you have a chance, you can visit the city during the night via the callejoneadas. The callejoneadas are a musical spectacle, full of magic, romanticism, joy, where visitors follow a group of musicians (the estudiantina) through the streets, squares, and alleys of the Centro Histórico of Guanajuato.
Diego Rivera is one of Mexico's most famous artists of all time. He was deeply involved in the Mexican mural movement of the 1920s. He was born and raised in the city of Guanajuato. His home, now open as a museum, hosts several memorabilia of his life and various pieces of art by Diego Rivera.
The Museo Regional de Guanajuato (also called ``Alhóndiga de Granaditas'') is one of the representative buildings of Mexico's fight for independence. It preserves and promotes several historical and artistic collections relevant to Mexico.
This well-known attraction exhibits more than a hundred naturally-mummified bodies.
Museum featuring art & craft exhibits related to Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra's "Don Quixote."
•Other interesting places:
Callejón del Beso
Monumento al Pípila