San Juan River, the second largest of Queretaro, dating from the sixteenth century, when the area
San Juan del Rio has the only place of its kind, "The Museum of Death", whose purpose is to present death as a cultural phenomenon in all its intensity, mystery and symbolism. It is
Located in central Mexico, in a region known as El Bajio. Its capital is the city of Santiago de Querétaro (located about 200 km northwest of Mexico City). Querétaro is bordered on the north by the state of San Luis Potosi, Guanajuato to the west, Hidalgo to the east, southeast to the southwest of Mexico and Michoacán.
Queretaro is a state full of historical facts and a growing national rate accelerated industrial development and business development. It contains several sites declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996 and is considered the Cradle of Independence of Mexico
The main destinations are Querétaro intrastate equity ( 70 % of tourism ), San Juan del Rio ( 14 % ) , Tequisquiapan (9.2 % ) , Bernal and the Sierra Gorda region . Solid growth in the sector is