The historic district at night it's always a lovely walk, full of colors, lights and tons of places to eat or have a drink
It's an amazing place to rest and stay away from the city (Querétaro, Pinal de Amoles)
Can't say too much about this place, just went for a couple hours. Next time I'll be more time.
Visit the city of Queretaro, a place with a well-ordered plazas, flower-filled gardens and ornate structures everywhere you look. Here on pedestrian only streets you can learn about the city history and traditions. See the famous aqueduct build around 1726 that it is considered the seventh largest in the world with 74 arches some as more than 66 ft. high and 45ft in span. Also, try to visit the ex-Convent of La Cruz build in 1654. Here, Emperor Maximilian used the ex-convent as a fort and later jailed there before its execution.