To date, Chihuahua is still an industrial city, but at the same time in its streets it shows the historical legacy in its large houses, buildings and temples with beautiful colonial and neoclassical architecture, as well as in its family parks that are distributed throughout the city .
Its museums are faithful witnesses of the passage of time and the history of the state. Visiting this region will also take you to know the Mexico of the Mexican Revolution; an example is the house that belonged to the legendary General Pancho Villa since it houses a picturesque museum where time seems to have stopped.
Chihuahua is a city that attracts tourists from all over the world, do not miss the opportunity to know a place full of history, home of the legendary Tarahumara people, symbol of the Mexican Revolution. Pack your bags, make your reservation on our website and let Alamo Mexico be your co-pilot. Do not worry if your trip is tourism or business, we have the right car for your needs.
- If you travel in an explorer plan, do not miss the Chihuahua - Pacific Railroad, which departs from the city of Chihuahua to the Sierra Tarahumara, where you can enjoy a chain of spectacular villages and mountains that are part of the Sierra Madre Occidental, here you can observe one of the most beautiful train routes in the world thanks to its spectacular landscapes and mountains aboard "El Chepe".
- In Batopilas you can buy handicrafts made by the Tarahumara, such as flasks, pots, drums, basses, violins, bows and wali, which are baskets made of sotol, very beautiful, resistant and useful, you will also find objects carved in wood, chiva ranchero cheese and other natural seasonal products, such as chamomile flower, chiltepin chili or preserves.
- Cañón del Pegüis is one of the most emblematic places in the desert area of ??the state, a spectacular canyon, unknown to many climbers. It has limestone walls up to 200 meters high, some of them based on the Río Conchos, others with shelves for its ascent.
- The Basaseachi Waterfall in Chihuahua, is the fifth largest waterfall in America. It is located in a wonderful place, within the National Park with the same name, ideal for excursions, you can also stop at its intermediate viewpoint called La Ventana or go down to the bottom. With great diversity in flora and fauna, it is also considered an excellent place for camping or mountain biking.
- The Cathedral of Chihuahua is the headquarters of the Archdiocese of the state and is considered the most important Baroque-style religious monument in northern Mexico; it is located in the center of the city, right next to the Plaza de Armas. Highlights its tall twin towers with three bodies. It is baroque style of the seventeenth century and its construction took more than 100 years.
But that’s not all
- Walk the Libertad Street in Chihuahua
- Marvel at a visit to the Cuevas Naica.
- Know the Grutas de Dios.
- Visit the Villa Mausoleum in Chihuahua
- Escape and visit the Calabozo de Hidalgo museums, Casa Chihuahua Museum, Casa de las Artesanias Museum, Casa de Villa Museum, Casa Redonda Museum, Sacred Art Museum and Mammoth Museum.