10. Guanajuato City
Located in central Mexico, Guanajuato city is home to beautifully decorated homes that are located near the silver mines. This town full of colorful houses was constructed in the 16th century during the silver mining rush shortly after silver was discovered here.
The colorful houses are the heritage of this city and are quite a remarkable sight. Some of the silversmithing families still live here to this day. The city is also famous for having narrow tunnels, streets and alleyways where balconies are close enough for couples in separate balconies to kiss hence the nickname Callejon del Beso,’ translating to the Alley of the Kiss.’
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Whether you have gone to Mexico for business or vacation, make sure you do not leave the country without visiting some of the above sites if not all.