Aguascalientes is a city in central Mexico known for the Spanish colonial buildings in its historic center. On the Plaza de la Patria is the Nuestra Señora de la Asunción Cathedral, with 18th-century paintings by Miguel Cabrera. The 17th-century Government Palace is known for its many carved interior arches. The National Museum of Death displays funerary art and artifacts from pre-Columbian times to the present.
What to do in Aguascalientes when there is no fair? Aguascalientes is a city of springs that have sprung up since the time of New Spain, a bullfighter at heart, with vineyards and stately architecture.
We will show you what can be done in the capital of Aguascalientes because in this city there is more than just a fair.