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>Day 4: today you’ll get the chance to see some desert lands ! Be sure to leave Rioverde bright and early in the morning and stop for lunch in Matehuala, where the most traditional dishes are the Cabrito (roast baby goat) or the Tortas Las Sevillanas (generously filled savory bread rolls). By the afternoon, you will have arrived in Real de Catorce, where you will check in at a hotel and still have some time to walk through the cobbled streets of this magical town, before you turn in for the night.

>Day 5: today there are two main options to choose between: you can either go on a “photo safari” through the desert in the much-loved ancient “Willis” trucks, or go on a horseback ride, led by one of the approved guides (“Caballerangos del Real”). There are several routes to choose from, such as a visit to the old abandoned mines or a longer ride to Wirikuta, the sacred lands of the Huichol Indians. In the afternoon, you will be glad to get back to the village for a good night’s sleep.

>Day 6: try to leave as early as possible for San Luis Potosi. Check in at a hotel, and before lunch you can go on a tour around the historical city center, either with a certified guide or on the quaint old “Turibus”. In the afternoon, you can visit some of the museums or parks, and in the evening, maybe go to a show at the state theater or a local concert.

>Day 7: before driving back home, satisfied with what you have seen so far, you still have time for one last stop: if you’re going south, stop in Santa Maria del Rio, “The Capital of the rebozos”, or, if you’re heading towards Zacatecas, stop in Salinas to visit the beautiful, refurbished Arts Center there.
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