Also known as Santiago de Queretaro, this destination is among the tourist favorites due to its rich history,
colonial style, and incredible sunsets. With average weather of 60°F/16°C and 71°F/22°C visitors can always
expect a pleasant climate.
One of the best ways to explore Queretaro would be walking around the Historic Center, where you’ll find many
plazas, gardens, and museums where its colonial style and monuments are a must-see. While you stroll around,
make sure to stop by some of the restaurants and candy stores to enjoy the traditional food and candies.
Get a feel of the local vibe by exploring the Mercado la Cruz, located in the Plaza Fundadores. This market is
the most popular on the city and it's open all day, so you can visit it at any time. If you go in the morning,
start with a traditional breakfast like tamales, juice, and atole. Mercado la Cruz has a wide variety of options
ranging from traditional to modern. Visitors can enjoy the local shops and restaurants, always finding something
for all tastes.
If you visit Queretaro, the taco de alambre, gringa, and volcanes are among the most popular local foods.
Queretaro’s history is reflected in its overall architecture, with great churches, museums, and public
buildings, so make sure to visit them during your stay and get to know more about this colonial city that was
declared a World Heritage landmark by the UNESCO.
Most places accept US dollars for payment but the exchange rate will be very low, we recommend using a bank or
an exchange house so you can get a better deal on the exchange rate.
Queretaro is one of the safest cities in Mexico, we suggest to take common-sense precautions.
*Main tourist attractions points and our suggested places.
Dental tourism popular attractions
Its baroque architecture and monuments make the historic center a unique symbol of tradition and culture in
Plaza de Armas
Known as the heart of the Historic Center, the Plaza de Armas allows its visitors to make the most of their
Information about Embassies, Consulates or Consular Agencies
for U.S. and Canadian citizens.
In case of emergency, lost passport or general assistance to citizens traveling in Mexico please contact the
proper embassy or consulate.
U.S. Embassy in Mexico City
Paseo de la Reforma 305 Colonia Cuauhtemoc 06500 Mexico, D.F.
Assistance to U.S. citizen
From the United States:
Embassy of Canada in Mexico
Schiller 529, Col. Bosque de Chapultepec (Polanco) Del. Miguel Hidalgo 11580 Ciudad de Mexico, D.F. Mexico
Assistance to Canadian citizen
We strive to take a multidisciplinary approach on every single case we take and try to get more than
one head in the planning and execution of our dental procedures, always thinking of the patient’s
best interest, keeping in mind offering the best solutions at the most affordable prices.
Dr. Hernández personally recommends these places.
Queretaro’s Historic Center
Bernal “Pueblo Magico”
These recommendations have free parking and wheelchair accessibility.
Places you can drive from Queretaro (Approx.)
Bernal – 36 miles
Tequisquiapan – 40 miles
Jalpan de Serra – 117 miles
Mexico City – 160 miles
Guadalajara – 237 miles
To visit these places, you can rent a car or book a tour.
You can visit these websites to find events, concerts and more things to do during your visit.
Plaza de Armas
Templo de Santa Rosa