Guanajuato is a city full of history, and it has been declared common heritage of mankind by the UNESCO.While you are there, you should absolutely not miss Teatro Juarez an Art-Nouveau building inaugurated in 1903 and beautifully decorated with intricate moorish patterns made of stucco and painted wood. It is still being used, and has a remarkable acoustics .
Diego Rivera's childhood home. He was one of Mexico's most acclaimed muralists (along with Orozco and Siqueiros) and Frida Kahlo's "unfaithful but loyal" husband (in his own words).
We loved how the city is so colourful and how it has its own Romeo and Juliet kind of legend: at a street called "Callejon del Beso" the space between balconies was so narrow that lovers could kiss. It is said that a rich Spanish girl fell in love with a miner of a different social class, and the story ended up tragically with her death.