Dolores Hidalgo Travel Tips
Dolores Hidalgo Vacation Rentals
Dolores Hidalgo is situated near the city of Guadalajara in Mexico. Dolores Hidalgo is known for its rich history as the city where Mexico's struggle for independence from Spanish rule began (and continued until 1824). Because of its rich history, Dolores Hidalgo is a colonial city, where visitors to the area are first greeted by a huge statue representing the heroes that fought for the country's independence. The city is also known for its ceramics and plenty of fun and activities in and around the city's main plaza.
Whether you're heading to Dolores Hidalgo for a romantic getaway or on a family vacation, Dolores Hidalgo vacation rentals offer you a home away from home experience. Vacation rental property styles range from condominiums to Dolores Hidalgo villas. Especially for extended stays, vacation rentals provide the comfort and convenience of amenities such as kitchens, living areas, private bedrooms and more space than you'll find in a hotel room.
Living Like the Locals in a Guanajuato Accommodation
The small town atmosphere of Dolores Hidalgo allows most visitors to feel as if they are part of the community. While spending your vacation in a hotel surrounds you with other visitors to the area, staying in a Gunajuato accommodation, such as Dolores Hidalgo villas, surrounds you with the locals, which means you are truly immersing yourself in the culture of Dolores Hidalgo. Whether you choose to meet your neighbors or keep to yourself, a private Dolores Hidalgo vacation rental gives you the option and the space to entertain your family or relax in comfort.
Delores Hidalgo Vacation Rental Activities
Wander down the streets that lead to the main plaza from the front door of your Dolores Hidalgo vacation rental. View the decorative ceramics, Talavera ceramic pieces, the area is famous for in the ceramic shops or tour one of the ceramic factories. The other item that Delores Hidalgo is famous for is its ice cream, so you'll find ice cream stands on all four corners of the main plaza. In addition to serving traditional ice cream flavors such as vanilla, chocolate and strawberry, Dolores Hidalgo serves up scoops of less common flavors such as avocado, shrimp and tequila flavors.