Guanajuato City

 

Guanajuato City, an often overlooked destination by travel blogs, was a blessing in disguise. There’s a youthful and vibrant culture that the locals and college students bring, and you can tell that there are people that actually live here instead of part time vacationers and tourists. It may also be the most pedestrian friendly city ever, and after visiting Guanajuato, I went on a walkable city / urban planning kick. The colorful architecture adds to the vibrancy of this place, and you can easily get lost in the narrow alleyways for a new perspective of the city and somehow always end up in another square buzzing with excitement.

 
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The square is quiet in the mornings but turns lively at night with restaurants that bring out outdoor seating.

The square is quiet in the mornings but turns lively at night with restaurants that bring out outdoor seating.

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