We enter the tenth month of this 2019 and we present the best events for you to come to enjoy and live Querétaro:


Querétaro is host to one of the stages of this legendary car event in Mexico. This race, which began in 1950, is now an important meeting point for car lovers around the world. From 10 to 17 of this month, around 100 pilots will travel more than 3 thousand kilometers from Oaxaca to Durango. The 2019 Pan American Race arrives in the city of Querétaro on October 13, with the Zenea Garden as its destination, in the Historic Center of our capital city. We invite you to live with us the unique atmosphere that this event generates anywhere you go.


One of the most prominent and well-known vineyards in the Querétaro Wine Region, prepares as every year a great event outside its harvest season. We talk about La Redonda Vineyards. Music, circus shows, pairing workshops, tastings, tours and food trucks to eat delicious products (for all tastes) while enjoying its great variety of wines, it is only part of the fun that you can find in the only Wine Circus in the country. Come have fun and share smiles this Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20. You will not regret.


From October 5 to 13, the Secretary of Culture of the State of Querétaro performs the Fourth Edition of the International Festival of Performing Arts in the city. In different forums and public squares, you can enjoy aerial, classical, traditional or contemporary dance shows, as well as various plays and concerts that will fill you with great emotions. Renowned Queretano theater companies participate in this festival, as well as new local proposals, but all of them of quality. In addition, there will be shows from Mexico City, nationally, as well as scenic groups and artists from Argentina, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Peru and Venezuela, who will captivate you with their original productions and passion for Dance and the scenic world.


If there is a celebration that defines Mexico, it is the Day of the Dead. Throughout the state, as in the country, the main squares of the municipal capitals are adorned with an altar made by members of the community, and they star, sometimes with the traditional calaveritas, the celebrations for the deceased, but the most important thing is the cultural value of this celebration for people. In the Otomí community of Santiago Mexquititlán, for example, in the municipality of Amealco, the Day of the Dead celebrations begin on October 31, the day in which prayers for the ancestors are dedicated; or in Tolimán, where customs are deeply rooted, the elders dedicate their altars to deceased relatives and show off that simplicity still far from the excessive ornamentation of modern offerings; and in every corner of the state, the pantheons are filled with festivities and prayers that, without a doubt, are events worthy of admiration and respect.
In the city, today one of the most outstanding in the country, at this time it boasts the great cultural development offering, since the last weeks of October, the well-known Nights of Legends take you on theatrical tours through those legendary stories more celebrities of the capital, with a touch of terror and comedy: Don Bartolo and his pact with the Devil, the Zacatecana and the mysterious murders, even La Llorona, are just some of these stories that season and prepare the atmosphere for a long and traditional Weekend in the Historic Center of Querétaro. Thus, this is an invitation to learn about the Queretan culture from one of the most important Mexican celebrations of the year: the Day of the Dead.

driver and co-driver congratulate each other leaving the windows of the car when they arrive at the Zenea Garden of Queretaro

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