A peaceful town with a legendary wine tradition
Historic city with more than 400 years of tradition, founded by the Juitas at the end of the 16th century, it is considered “The Oasis of Coahuila” for its springs and abundant groves.
It was the first city in northern Mexico to be named Magical Town and offers its visitors excellent hotels and restaurants and a beautiful golf course.
Walking through its streets you can enjoy its quiet atmosphere and its historic buildings. It is an authentic orchard with ridges, parks, patios, vineyards, cypresses and walnut trees throughout the city. You can live its history through a tour of its beautiful buildings.
The city is home to important textile factories and renowned wine-producing companies.
Among its traditions, the most important is the grape and wine fair, in which all kinds of celebrations are held for 10 days, from August 5 to 14. One of the important venues is the Casa Madero.
activities and places
• House of Culture
• City Hall
• Clock Square
• Kiss Square
• Church of San Ignacio de Loyola
• Church of the Holy Madero
• Parish of the Assumption of Santa María de Parras