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Guanajuato Retirement ProfileGuanajuato state's capital, this colonial city is vibrant and unusual. One of its principal thoroughfares runs underneath the city, which sprawls up the sides of a deep canyon. Tall, colorful, narrow houses overlooking narrow, twisty streets characterize the Old City. A university town, Guanajuato has a youthful population and many worthwhile museums.
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Great aerobic exercise for those who like to walk
For some reason, Guanajuato restaurants have mediocre food and poor service
Diego Rivera Museum, Quijote Museum, Mummy Museum, and others
Mines, beautiful churches, mummies, places outside the city to visit
A lively university town with great Spanish schools
Beautiful pottery in the surrounding villages, Talavera tile in Dolores Hidalgo
Museums, theater, concerts and roving musicians
Not desert, but a dry environment
A lovely colonial city with many restored buildings
Restored colonial with roving bands of musicians.
30 miles west of the city
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GUANAJUATO LOCAL LISTINGS
Escuela Falcon Language School
(473) 732 6531
2 Habitaciones en el centro de Guanajuato.
Looking for a House, condo, or cottage
|Guanajuato, Guanajuato |
Quiet, central studio Guanajuato.
House for rent within next 60 days
Plateros Spanish School
|Alonso 14 A|
473 732 9942
|Paseo de la Presa 79-A|
Bed and Breakfast
|Minral de Pozos|