The Secretary of Tourism of the State of Querétaro will place in various public spaces of the Magical Towns of Amealco, Bernal, Cadereyta, Jalpan de Serra, Tequisquiapan and San Joaquín; hearts intervened by Queretaro artists who reflect the cultural richness of each of these demarcations.


The activity is part of the actions to promote local and regional tourism, in addition to sending a message of hope in a social context affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.


These artistic pieces, whose joint exhibition is called "Vibra Querétaro", will be strategically placed to do "cross promotion" between the Magical Towns of Queretaro, from the 13th to the 28th of February as follows:


The representative heart of Amealco will be placed in Tequisquiapan, the representative heart of Bernal in San Joaquín, the representative heart of Cadereyta in Jalpan de Serra, that of Jalpan in Cadereyta; that of San Joaquín in Bernal; and that of Tequisquiapan in Amealco.


The artistic pieces will be accompanied by a QR code that will lead to the tourist page of each of the Magic Towns, in addition to enjoying a special video where Lele, the handmade doll, will give recommendations to take care of health.


In the coming months, and depending on the situation of the health contingency, it will be sought that this exhibition is spread among the 34 Magical Towns that are part of the Central West Pact for Tourism, integrated by the states of Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Jalisco, San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas and Querétaro.


Through the exhibition "Vibra Querétaro" the Ministry of Tourism seeks that the inhabitants and tourists of the state of Querétaro know more about the ancient culture that the Magical Towns contain, while sending a message of love and hope to all.


Our department reiterates to the entire population and insists our visitors to assume an attitude of "responsible tourist", taking care of everyone's health, respecting sanitary measures such as a mask, and collaborating to comply with the protocols in each of the establishments tourist.

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