Flying to Leon

To get to the City of Guanajuato (which is also the capital of the State) you need to fly to Leon's (BJX) International Airport that is 30 mins. away from our Bed & Breakfast.  The major airlines that fly to Guanajuato are Continental, American , Mexicana, & AeroMexico.

Once you arrive to Leon's airport and have cleared Customs & Immigration you will exit the arrival gate.


  1. BulletTaking a Taxi at the Airport

  2. Just before you exit the building entirely, you will see to your left a tiny booth selling taxi tickets. Buy one to downtown Guanajuato, it should be about $37 U.S. Dollars.

  3. They will point you outside with a number. You will be looking for the cab that has that number. They should help you with your luggage too.

  4. When you meet the driver ask him to take you to Guanajuato to "Parque Embajadoras" (Embajadoras Park), which is on the way to "Presa de la Olla" (Small Lake-Dam).

  5. Our address is San Sebastian #88 enfrente del Templo de San Sebastian (in front of San Sebastian Temple).



Flying to Guadalajara

The Cheapest way to get to Guanajuato sometimes is to fly to Guadalajara’s (GDL) International Airport (it is about $200 U.S. Dollars cheaper than flying to Leon), and from there take a bus to Guanajuato which takes 4 hours to get there.


  1. San Sebastian TempleHow to take the bus from Guadalajara’s Airport

  2. Take a taxi and ask him to take you to "La Nueva Central Camionera" (The New Bus Station) it should cost you $10 U.S. Dollars approx.

  3. Get dropped off at Primera Plus, or ETN (these are the bus lines that go to Guanajuato). Tickets      are about $36 U.S. Dollars per person. They provide clean bathrooms, lunch bags, movies and  leg-rests. The trip takes 4 hours.


  4. Maps & DirectionsOnce in Guanajuato's Bus Station

  5. Go out and ask for a taxi to take you to:

  6. San Sebastian #88, enfrente del Templo de San Sebastian, por el Parque Embajadoras.

  7. Villa Sueño Azul is across the street from San Sebastian Temple, next to Embajadoras Park. The ride is about 7 to 12 mins., and should cost you $40 pesos.


 
San Sebastian Temple


  1. San Sebastian Temple       Driving Directions Taking the New Tunnel coming from Leon

          From the airport take the toll road to Guanajuato, just follow signs that say

          “Guanajuato-Autopista”.


1. After driving thru the Toll Booth from Leon’s Highway continue straight down the avenue on your left lane.


2.You will arrive to a traffic circle named: “Glorieta Santa Fe”, right in front of it there is “Hotel Gran Plaza”, take the street to the right of the Hotel (known as “Salida a Silao”).


  1. 3.This street will continue until it turns into the

    “New Tunnel” which is very long.


  1. 4.Continue driving under this tunnel until the exit,

    where you will see in front of  you the “Normal

    you the “Normal School Building” made of pink

    flagstone. flagstone.


              

   


5.Once you see the “Normal” Building in front of you turn left, this avenue is called: “Paseo de la Presa”


6.Continue driving on this avenue until you see a “Y” intersection with a news stand to the left.


7.At the “Y” intersection you will take the road on the right, which will continue straight on to “Templo de San Sebastian” which has a copula that can be seen from the street.


  1. 8.We are right across the street from this temple

    in a blue, two-story house, with two balconies, a big black door, and 4 flags.  If you think you got lost you can call us at (473) 731-0157.


  1.          Driving Directions Taking the New Tunnel coming from San Miguel


1. Coming from San Miguel you will arrive to Guanajuato on the road known as “Juventino Rosas”, continue straight on this road.  As it gets closer to Guanajuato it will become an avenue, just continue to drive on the right lane


2.You will then arrive to a traffic circle named: “Glorieta Santa Fe”, right in front of it there is “Hotel Gran Plaza”, take the street to the right of the Hotel (known as “Salida a Silao”).


3.This street will continue until it turns into the “New Tunnel” which is very long.


4.Continue driving under this tunnel until the exit, where you will see in front of you the “Normal School Building” made of pink flagstone.


5.Once you see the “Normal” Building in front of you turn left, this avenue is called: “Paseo de la Presa”


6.Continue driving on this avenue until you see a “Y” intersection with a news stand to the left.


7.At the “Y” intersection you will take the road on the right, which will continue straight on to “Templo de San Sebastian” which has a copula that can be seen from the street.


8.We are right across the street from this temple in a blue, two-story house, with four flags, and a big black door. If you think you got lost you can call us at (473) 731-0157.

San Sebastian Temple