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Written DirectionsTake the road to Dolores Hidalgo / Dolores Hidalgo - San Miguel De Allende / Felipe Gonzalez / San Miguel de Allende - Dolores Hidalgo. Follow Dolores Hidalgo - San Miguel De Allende / San Miguel de Allende - Dolores Hidalgo. Continue to Ampliaci??n Francisco I. Madero. Turn right towards Dolores Hidalgo - Guanajuato / Guanajuato-Dolores Hidalgo / Av. South / Mexico 110
SceneryYou start the route in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, San Miguel de Allende. Cultural heritage of humanity, you travel a stretch to reach Dolores Hidalgo, where you must stop. On September 16, 1810, the independence movement of Mexico began in Dolores. Here the Priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla went to war under the cry of "Death to the bad government". In addition to being the cradle of National Independence, Dolores is a place you can not miss. 1. Parish of Dolores 2. Monument to Don Miguel Hidalgo. 3. Museum of the House of Don Miguel Hidalgo. 4. Museum of Independence. You can not lose this 1. Guest House. 2. Mausoleum of Jos?? Alfredo Jim??nez. Later you take the road to Guanajuato by the 110 and you will find a beautiful landscape with medium curves to get to the point that is "Rancho de ENMEDIO" a very nice place to have breakfast with incredible views of the sierra de guanajuato. You will enjoy a very rich and very Mexican breakfast. You can go back the same way to enjoy a walk around San Miguel.
Drive Enjoymenttwo-lane road with good pavement and very beautiful landscapes, is in excellent condition just be careful with the cars against flow. the curves are medium level and it's a very safe ride
Tourism OpportunitiesEnjoy pains hidalgo with all the history of Mexico, try in the zocalo the typical snows of flavors like tequila or chocolate or guanabana. Do not eat much because a delicious breakfast awaits you at the end of the tour at Rancho de Enmedio
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