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Revel in viticulture with vacation rentals in Guadalupe, Mexico
Guadalupe, Mexico, is home to some of the best wineries in the country, along with historic monasteries and Aztec ruins not far away. Experience it all with villa and cabin rentals.
Wineries and al fresco dining
The lush landscapes of the Valle de Guadalupe are home to some of the most stunning wineries in the country. Club Tengo Hambre offers wine tours of the region's top producers. The El Mogor market is laden with juicy fruits and vegetables, along with olive oil and fresh, home made salsas.
Don't miss your chance to dine at Deckman's. Vineyards unfold around the restaurant which serves dreamy dishes cooked on an outdoor stone hearth. Typical of the dishes on offer are the piquant chillies and fresh citrus native to the region.
Convents and colonial art
The Convento de Guadalupe was built by Franciscan monks in the 18th century. Take a wander through its serene cloisters and the Edenic beauty of the monastery's flower-lined Jardin Juarez.
Museo Virreinal de Guadalupe is home to one of the most impressive collections of colonial artwork in Mexico. See religious art by masters such as Miguel Cabrerea, Antonio Torres and Cristobal Villalpando.
The museum also holds a festival, Barroco, every September. The festival centers around the Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe. Enjoy symphony orchestras, traditional meals, and exciting lectures.
Aztec air rides
Learn more about local viticulture at the Museo de la Vid y el Vino. Situated in an idyllic location amidst the wineries that are its focus, the museum presents the history, industry, and culture associated with the region's copious wine producers. Special events regularly involve local wines and experts.
Why not make the journey to the world-renowned ruins of Teotihuacan? Here, you can be transported in more ways than one with a hot air balloon ride over the ruins. The spellbinding mountain ranges surrounding the Aztec site are just as impressive.
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