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Mexico is situated in the northern region of the American continent linking the Gulf of Mexico on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west. It is encircled by the United States on the north and by Guatemala and Belize on the south and is divided into six tourist regions. These regions are Northern Mexico, Central Mexico, Southern Mexico, The Yucatan Peninsula, The Pacific Coast and The Baja California Peninsula.
Colonial city Zacatecas enjoys a very positive reputation as the Mexico’s most celebrated destination. Zacatecas is located in Mexico’s north-central region, 610 kilometers to the northwest of Mexico City, 458 kilometers southwest of Monterrey and 318 kilometers north of Guadalajara. The average temperature here ranges from 16 degrees to 20 degree Celsius.
Zacatecas is one of the most beautiful cities in northern Mexico due to its pink limestone buildings. As you explore the city’s peculiar urban layout along narrow streets, alleys and plazas, you will find countless religious, civic and cultural buildings. The cable car runs to the Cerro de la Bufa, a hill where you’ll find various historical attractions. The Sierra de Organos, which has served as a setting for several international film productions, and the Sierra de Cardos, near the city of Jerez, are two excellent places to take in the gorgeous outdoor scenery.

Without a doubt, Zacatecas is a destination with its own unique charm, beauty and culture. As a result, the city experiences a sharp social, economic and population growth derivative of the strategic position of the locality and the high level of well-being and quality of life that is enjoyed with respect to other places of Mexico.

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