The Tourism Secretariat as well as those as members of the Council for Citizen Participation presented the "Querétaro Tourist Passport." Which seeks to be the key to promoting tourism the vast tourist offer of the state, bringing together the best experiences of adventure, nature, culture and gastronomy.
The more than 270 participating service providers will respect the protocols and measures established by the health authorities, thus preserving the well-being and health of tourists.
It is possible to obtain the passport for free in the various tourist service centers, municipal presidencies, as well as in the main delegations that make up the municipalities and its first print run will be three thousand copies.
In 1996 the Historic Center of Santiago de Querétaro was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The state is full of natural attractions such as waterfalls, caves, mountains, spas and places to camp and practice ecotourism and adventure, as well as traditional artisan villages. It has 6 magical towns: Bernal, Cadereyta, Jalpan, Tequisquiapan, Amealco de Bonfil, San Joaquín; and three tourist regions: Art, Cheese and Wine Route; Metropolitan Queretaro and Sierra Gorda.