Santiago de Queretaro is centrally located in Mexico, just 130 miles from the capital, and makes a great base for exploring this huge country. However, there's also plenty to enjoy in the city itself.
One reason people come to the city is that it's one of Mexico's more modern cities. It's strong economically, with thriving manufacturing industries, and a successful and expanding wine trade that draws many business travelers from the US. The Museo de Arte is one of Mexico's finest colonial buildings in itself, but there's also a large collection of European and local artworks to peruse.
Whether you're visiting on business or for a vacation, there are some great dining choices in the city. One of the most popular is El Caserio, where both business people and families enjoy a great wine list, and specialities such as suckling pig.
After your flight lands at Queretaro Airport (QRO) you ll be able to make your way into the city using local buses. You could also rent a car from one of the operators found within the airport. Taxis are also available both to and from the airport.
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