I felt in love with Santiago, is the most beautiful Pueblo Magico that we visit so far, super clean and well maintained, we eat here ad part of a day tour and it was the best part of the tour definitely next time we are...More
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Classified as one of Mexico`s Magic towns, you should not miss Santiago. It is a little town with tons of charm. Great restaurants line up the towns central plaza, surrounded by the church and the weekend goers. Do take your time looking around and scouting...More
We drove into Santiago at dusk, so the lighting was magical which may sway my view a bit. (The do bill themselves as 'Santiago: Pueblo Magico') The place was bustling as there was a small festival of some sort occurring, with craft and food vendors...More
We went to a wedding to this beautiful church. It is beautiful with a lot of architecture work. It was very hot the day we went and a lot of stair climbing, so go prepared.
Beautiful church with great views of Santiago. Great place for photos. Alongside church is an open air market with much to choose from
Really pretty small town outside Monterrey. I went to the bungee near the COla de Caballo waterfall and did the extreme tour of Matacanes (jumps in waterfalls and rapell for 8 hours) and the views are perfect.
Santiago is a small and charm town that is just 30 minutes from Monterrey downtown. You can find different sport activities such a running, trail hiking or kayaking in the damn, The downtown is a plaza surrounded by the beautiful church, the observation deck, the...More
We enjoyed our time at this small town. We enjoyed the views back behind the church on the left is an observation deck, which gives you a good view of the mountains and the nearby lake. The church was quite special to see. All the...More
Santiago is a charming town Definitely worth the drive It's absolutely precious The town center is an old fashioned plaza With park benches and so much to take in The majestic steps up to the cathedral Are breathtaking The Italian Restraunt with the wood burning...More