A view of the city’s bustling central square, El Jardín, at dusk
The streets of Centro Histórico are lined with architectural gems and centuries-old doorways on steep cobbled lanes.
Other Face of Mexico Mask Museum
Rosewood’s Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar
An Argentine guitarist serenades shoppers every day in El Jardín
Celebratory flags seem to always fly all over town.
Enjoying a café con leche is a quiet break from the hustle and bustle of the square.
An elderly woman admires one of the displays made of seeds to recognize lost relatives and historical figures.
Street-side dining in Guanajuato
A vendor in the Mercado Ignacio Ramirez sells a bounty of fresh produce and snacks. The local fruits and vegetables in the covered market are varied and extremely fresh.
Children play into the night and treat themselves to sweets.
Mariachi bands are always performing in the evenings in El Jardín
the Day of the Dead brings out revelers in dramatic attire to honor their ancestors.
A young violinist from a mariachi band
A view to residential neighborhoods that cover the hillside and valley
A local girl sells her handmade dolls in El Jardín.