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- Queretaro City is characterized for its colonial architecture and its beauty.
- The Neoplateresque-Style Cathedral, which has a facade made of rose stone and volcanic rock.
- Querétaro is located in the central region of the country known as the breadbasket of Mexico.
- It is bordered on the north by the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi; on the east by the Mexican states of México and Michoacán; and on the west by the Mexican state of Guanajuato.
- There are mountains of volcanic origin including the Sierra Queretana.
- It covers an area of 11,769 square kilometers (4,544 square miles).
- The capital is Santiago de Querétaro.
- The Pánuco River flows into the Gulf of Mexico.
- Its aqueduct, temples, churches and grand colonial houses and palaces make this city one of the most beautiful places in México.
- You can also find great Ecotourism with mountain biking, river rapids, four-wheel vehicles, etc. as well as beautiful archeological ruins.
- All the sites can be grouped into three tourist regions: the Valleys, the Semidesierto and the Sierra Gorda.
- The best time (months) of the year to visit Queretaro: January, June, September.
- Federal Highway 57 leaves Mexico City and reaches Laredo, Texas in the border with the United States, and is also called the Pan-American Highway.
- Railroads connect municipalities along the industrial corridor with Mexico City, Laredo and the state of Guanajuato.
- There are two airports in the state, Querétaro International Airport 22.5 kilometers (14 mi) from the state capital.
- Private buses provide intrastate connections, serving all of the municipalities.
- Queretaro\'s flood lights really add a special touch and feel to the city once night falls.
- Some night clubs charge an all inclusive cover fee; some a smaller cover and drinks on top.
- Queretaro still mines Opals for their local, national and international sale.
- The Museo Regional (Regional Museum) offers visitors a selection of artifacts from pre-Hispanic, colonial and and republican times.