In the heart of Mexico is where you'll find aguascalientes. I'm Adventure. I'm Tradition. I'm Magic. I am mystery. I'm the ferry of San Marcos, Mexico Fair. I am this and more. Dare to discover me. Long live aguascalientes!
This place is amazing!!! Hiking is one of my favorite pastimes and this one in Aguascalientes is perfect place to do it. The only bad thing is that a lot of people come here. My recommendation is that you go to the second hill, and if you want you can continue with your route, there you will find the best places.
Aguascalientes is a very small town where everything is well taken care of. The streeets are always clean and the landscapes are beautiful by day and by night. This area is nice even when it is not high season. People are very warm and friendly, you'll find a harmonious and relaxed environment here. In the garden, you'll be surrounded by nature, very old trees, beautiful birds and even squirrels. The air you breathe pure, clear and light. The sunset is shown with all its glory to see all the colors highlighted, this reflects only a fraction of what I've enjoyed in Aguascalientes.
What else can I say? It is a very quiet place, if you need rest is recommended, unless you're here for the San Marcos Fair. Here, you'll breathe fresh air, have beautiful scenery, historical monuments and very nice and helpful people- you could not find a better place to find peace. During the fair, it is a very busy place, lots of events everywhere, there acitivities throughout the city and it is very small you can see everything. If you get to know this place, you'll love it.
Aguascalientes is a small traditional town in Mexico center that holds the largest-scale party in the country, has the most beautiful women in the midwest, and has the most spectacular sunsets. On April 30, 2011, I welcomed a child to the city of Aguascalientes, Mexico, which radically changed my life. Its also where I met my current wife, and I will tell you the story. I went there with my family to celebrate my 31st birthday the following Monday. It was my first time at San Marcos National Fair, normally only attended by those not living in the city. After walking with mariachis strolling in the streets, hearing bands play Sinaloa music and playing northener corridos, we arrived at the Square, which was packed. We went to one of the bars/ discos/ dancing areas and had a good time. We were there for about an hour when I met my future wife. I tried to ask her to dance, but was refused a few times. Without much to do I began hanging out with my family, but later as time passed, I resumed my mission to dance with the woman that I liked. After the second failed attempt, I returned to my table without hope of dancing with her. I was about to home when I found the courage to ask her to dance a third time, and she agreed to see me. That insistence is what gave me the opportunity to see her again. The next day I called and invited her to a bullfight, then we went to dinner, and from that second date everything changed. I called her continuously, and frequently we went on excursions. Without further ado, the day came when I realized that she was the right person to share my life with and with whom I would like to grow as a person, and so today we are married and trying for our first child. We are a happy couple who want more fairs. My experience is one of many stories that are generated from the festival, which has 7 million visitors and 21 days of endless partying. It's one of the points that anyone who wants to visit Mexico should visit. Viva Aguascalientes.
Aguascalientes is a beautiful city surrounded by amazing attractions, both within its urban zone and the surrounding country. Many of these attractions are wasted and ignored by their own people. The photograph seen below is of the door of an abandoned building on Calle Morelos near the mall, locally known as the Parian. I posted the picture on social network sites and friends have asked me what city that is, ignoring that it's a place where most of them pass by often. Just like this building in Aguascalientes, there are hidden places unknown by their own people. The city is surrounded by several storied buildings that have directly influenced our entire country. I hope someday to have the resources and the team to let people know the incredible magnificence in the beautiful city of Aguascalientes. People discover locations within and outside the city, specifically unbelievable and unimaginable landscapes in the country that haven't been visited by anyone in years, and realize it's possible that there are some untouched places to find deer, cougars, bobcats, coyotes, parrots and a lot of fauna, not found in the city.
This is an excellent place if you're looking for a phenomenal afternoon. You can enjoy a huge variety of restaurants, cafes, and even bars. The best theatre of Aguascalientes is here, as well as the best brands in the country and abroad in many clothing and accessory stores!
Aguascalientes is a lovely place and one of its many charms is this temple that is right in the heart of the Mexican Republic. For 3 years I enjoyed every day in this magical place of "Good People". Aguascalientes I'm missing you.
San José de Gracia is a small town in Aguascalientes, characterized by its large dam on the banks of the so-called Cold Shut. It has a variety of restaurants on the shore of the dam and there are hundreds of things to do here, ranging from camping and ecotourism activities to paragliding, jet skis, and more! This is a place worth visiting, and you can have a great time with the family here. Anyone who visits will be delighted with the place.