Holy Week is just around the corner and you can´t miss it. You deserve a break and there is nothing better than having a great time with family or friends enjoying a unique experience. What about spending some days in the magical town of Tequila? We´ll tell you how to make your stay the best experience.
Do you want a totally different Easter holiday? Let the magic joins this trip, come and enjoy the amazing town of Tequila. Located in Jalisco, Tequila is one of Mexico´s great destinations to enjoy some days surrounded with good food, incredible places to visit, activities everywhere but, above all, some history and tradition that will make your stay in Tequila a trip to remember.
8 reasons to visit Tequila during Holy Week
Best tequila in the world. Visit Mundo Cuervo facilities and discover how is manufactured the tequila that for many people is undoubtedly the best tequila, a emblematic cultural symbol for the Mexican Culture.
Try the famous “tostadas”. Having amazing food on your holidays at Tequila is absolutely guaranteed. You can try the famous “tostadas” made in corn with a layer of seasoned beans and top with meat or seafood as desired, finally a layer of lettuce and white onion, among other ingredients.
Visit the bar La Capilla. A place you will not want to miss in Tequila. A 70-year-old establishment, owned by Mr. Javier Delgado, this bar has been highlighted by the International Drinks Magazine as one of the 50 best bars in the world.
¨Public washing places”. Another special place to visit in Tequila are its washing places. These are for public use and you can find them in the southern part of town. Since Colonial times these were meeting places especially for women where they used to chat and sang traditional songs.
National Museum of Tequila. You can´t miss this part of the history of the Mexican culture. This cultural place has five rooms about the history and evolution of this emblematic drink as well as another temporary room. This museum was designed by Alicia Rodríguez, great expert in Mexican culture.
The mystery of the abandoned factories. Tequila has been and continues to be a mystical place and it also has a lot of legends; you will love to visit its old abandoned factories. Get on board the Mundo Cuervo tram and visit "the ghost town". Remember the name of these two enigmatic places: Hacienda La Castellana and Hacienda Don Jesus Reyes. You are warned!!!!
Enjoy the Agave fields. In the entire region that surrounds the town of Tequila, you can delight yourself watching blue-green agave fields along beautiful hills and steep terrains. The major part of the Tequila´s world production, comes from this region, which includes parts of Guanajuato, Nayarit, Michoacan, and Tamaulipas.
Relax If you are looking for a relaxing holiday, walk and enjoy the beautiful buildings and streets of Tequila. Sit on its sidewalks, visit its shops, make thousands of photographs ... and spend a Holy Week that you will always remember.