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La Quemada, Zacatecas

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • It is a good place to visit, I recommend you bring umbrella to cover the heat and wear clothes comfortable that much walking in my opinion is worth much.
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  • It is 45 minutes from Zacatecas in car. If several people are going and have vehicle it is more affordable to go on their own than in a tour. The cost of entry is 55 pesos and is very impressive to see the pre-Hispanic buildings because we tend to think of pyramids more to the Center or South of the country. It must have been impressive in its heyday, it is as in a mountain, you have to climb many steps to move through the city so that requires some physical condition, the views are spectacular. Worth the trip, and after visiting the burnt I suggest to pass to know the magical town of Jerez, very typical and good place to eat and buy souvenirs.
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  • They have to go, the views are spectacular, they can go with any tour, or the way I did: look for a taxi driver who would be well, confidence, and pegunte him as I had, I offered his "tour" of take me to jerez and the burnt by 850 pesos. In jerez visits the Museum House of uan ramon lopez velarde and the museo de charrería. You definitely have to make an effort to upload, the views are amazing, we must take water already to at least when I was not sold.
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  • This should be on your must see list
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  • First xq am of there is a mystical and beautiful visit it strange much be there but soon will visit you my cute quemada
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  • Excellent place
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  • A magical place, excellent for enjoying the pre-Hispanic culture and semi-desert climate.
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