Where to Go / What to Do in Celaya

Visit the city’s historic center where you can walk through the Main Garden, recreation area for locals; for a little religious tourism visit Templo del Carmen, Templo de San Agustin, Templo and Ex-convento of San Francisco, Templo de Tercera Orden and Sagrado Corazón de María. In addition to the beautiful building hosting the Palacio Municipal and Casa de la Cultura. Don’t forget to reach Mercado Morelos, where you can get a deeper understanding of the city’s popular culture.

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