Situated north Mexico, Saltillo has become a modern city that has excellent means of communication and transportation. It’s a city where the main economic activities are generated through industry, agriculture and commerce. As for Saltillo attractions you’ll find the Plaza de Armas, the Santiago Cathedral, the City Palace, Ateneo Fuerte, Cano de Saltillo and more.
Among the most representative traditions of Saltillo and its surroundings you’ll find the horseback rides and festivals like the San Isidro Labrador celebration in Arteaga; the celebration of the Holy Christ of the Chapel celebrated every august with the typical dances of “Tlaxcaltecas” and “Matachines”, with a walk arranged by all the people in Saltillo, in addition to processions and church services. On September, you’ll feel the devotion at its best among the processions and dances in the Ojo de Agua celebration; last, in October, the celebration of San Francisco is held.
Saltillo also offers visitors several activities to enjoy the city and its surroundings to the fullest. The extreme sports lovers or families with small children, pretty much of every age in every physical condition, can be satisfied by the options that this destination offers.