• Guadalupe Mine (10 minutes away from Valenciana Hotel).
Currently a venue for exclusive social events, it was discovered in 1548, with an impressive wall of more than 30 meters high, 345 meters deep. It is known as the “elephant mine”, due to the buttresses that support the mine shaft and that simulate the trunks of this animal. The mine is, along with Guanajuato and the rest of its mines, a World Heritage Site since 1988.
• Former Hacienda Jesus Maria and Camino de Vinos vineyard (30 minutes from Valenciana Hotel).
We’re your top lodging choice and the closest one to this venue for exclusive social events. The Sangre de Cristo community opened its doors to welcome you to its splendid historic place. Immersed in a beautiful tourist complex, the Ex Hacienda Jesus Maria is witness to the prosper Caminos D’vinos vineyard.
Caminos D’vinos is considered the country’s highest vineyard, 2,400 meters above sea level. A treasure of unparalleled views and nice weather that complements your stay and connection with nature.
• Casa de Los Lamentos.
It is said that the Casa de los Lamentos was inhabited by the daughter of the Marquis of San Clemente, who was the owner of the mines of Cata and Mellado.
This house, which dates back to the XVIII century, worked as a postal office and in 1890 it went to the hands of a mining engineer that bought the property with the purpose of setting it up for his fiancé Doña Maria Constanza de la Rivera Olmedo, all this right before their lives were shook by a tragedy.