Things to see and do - Dolores Hidalgo
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Dolores Hidalgo Travel guide
Dolores Hidalgo : Michelin's recommendations
This typically Mexican town has two claims to fame. Dolores Hidalgo was the cradle of Mexican independence, where Father Miguel Hidalgo issued his Grito de Dolores from the church square on 16 September 1810. It is also a ceramics capital featuring original, varied and creative products at very low prices (the main manufacturers’ shops are at the entrance to the town).
Hotels Dolores Hidalgo
Calzada de los Heroes 12 MEX - 37800 Dolores Hidalgo
Located in a colonial-style building in Dolores Hidalgo, El Relicario is just 300 metres from Highway 51 leading to San Miguel de Allende. Free Wi-fi and free private parking are both available. All rooms at El Relicario feature double beds and a ce..
Guerrero, 15 Zona Centro MEX - 37800 Dolores Hidalgo
Offering a restaurant, Posada Las Campanas is located in the heart of Dolores Hidalgo. It has a shared outdoor terrace and offers free Wi-Fi. Each room here comes equipped with a TV, a small wardrobe and a private bathroom with a shower and toilet. ..
Calz Heroes 32 MEX - 37800 Dolores Hidalgo
Prix Prices from : 20 $
Offering a restaurant and banquet facilities, Hotel Colonial is located 1 km from Dolores Hidalgo main square and from Nuestra Señora de Dolores Church. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all areas. The rooms here will provide you with a TV and cable..