A place surrounded by rivers
Arroyo Seco is part of the Pánuco river basin. The Concá river, a tributary of the Santa María river, crosses south of the municipality. The northern part is less humid, however, it is closest to the Verde River. The territory has more than 100 water uses.
At the municipal seat, the main economic activity is the artisanal production of leather saddles and horsewhips, wooden barrels for water retention. The most important festivity in town is the celebration of St. Michael the Archangel, celebrated on September 29th. It includes a program of activities in which the visitor is the main character.
The gastronomy in Arroyo Seco will definitely delight your palate with its traditional enchiladas serranas with a side of cecina or its barbacoa covered with maguey pencas. We recommend you have chancaquilla, a treat made of piloncillo and pumpkin seeds for dessert. We also recommend you try pulque, the honey of maguey or corn atole to drink.
Plaza Principal s/n, Col. Centro. Arroyo Seco, Qro.
T. (487) 8742110
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