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Part of the heart of this city

One of the most amazing places in San Luis Potosí, having a lot of colonial churches, the place is... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2017
Rome, Italy
Colonial wonder.

A cozy and very small plaza just around the corner from the cathedral. Nice restaurants and little... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
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This city plaza is surrounded by numerous historic landmarks.
  • Excellent66%
  • Very good26%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“colonial” (4 reviews)
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San Luis Potosi, Mexico
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Reviewed 15 August 2017

One of the most amazing places in San Luis Potosí, having a lot of colonial churches, the place is quiet and beautiful, with a lot of life and very good restaurants that keep growing. It is definitely a must in this city and a wonderful...More

Thank ReneGA89
Reviewed 15 April 2017

A cozy and very small plaza just around the corner from the cathedral. Nice restaurants and little bars serving tequila, mezcal and all kinds of cocktails.

Thank MSalazarH
Reviewed 19 September 2016

Of the many small (and large) parks in SLP, this is my favourite. Fountain and green-space surrounded by three churches: one Presbyterian). Great relaxing and people watching.

Thank rickywheels
Reviewed 8 August 2016

A beautiful plaza and this the Church is amazingly beautiful. You can see everyone walking, enjoying time with the family. Cute shops and restaurants along the way.

Thank Cuatrodivas
Reviewed 16 March 2016

This Plaza is a melting pot of what Mexicans have become. This Park has a religious name San Francisco, after one of the first religious congregationscthat arrive to Mexico and an official name Jardin Guerrero, after an Independence war hero. Around this Plaza you can...More

Reviewed 27 July 2015

This plaza is surrounded by a lot of beautiful buildings. There is also a lot of trees, bushes, flowers and grass. Not really worth stay at the plaza for a long period, but it's nice to walk around here and watch the buildings.

Thank DanielHenrysson
Reviewed 19 July 2015

The buildings are beautiful. The city itself is quite dirty and there really is nothing to do. You can see this in 30 minutes. It's not exactly what I was expecting.

Thank Ida M
Reviewed 31 March 2015

Nice plaza to stroll around ... cars not allowed access!! It was wonderful to walk around it on a Sunday night!

Thank METRUN360
Reviewed 15 January 2015

This is a most delightful, shady park full of greenery, benches, birds and quiet tranquility, after spending two hours walking, talking and shopping in the overactive center of San Luis Potosí, it is definitely the place to be. There is a centuries-old, giant fountain spewing...More

Thank Roberto C
Reviewed 11 October 2014 via mobile

I think it's really more accurate .to call this space Parque San Francisco, given that it's lawn and trees. Unusually large number of churches right there. Tranquil. Beware of lumpy lawn; I nearly lost an ankle to jt, and definitely lost my dignity! Museo Regional...More

Thank CarmichaelVentura
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