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Queretaro Good or Bad?

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9/12/2017 13:15 EST

Queretaro along with Monterrey are the high tech centers in Mexico, with Queretaro being signifantly safer (at least according to

Anybody spent time there?

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9/12/2017 14:47 EST

I have lived in Queretaro for two years. Have visited a friend Monterrey. He lives in Mexico City now but is planning to move back to Monterrey.

I have not had any bad experiences.

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9/13/2017 07:54 EST

Over on there is a discussion of Queretaro. There is a long thread on colonial cities, and one I started on nearby Tequisquiapan, on which someone contributed a lot about Queretaro. There is also a Quer. newcomers group on Facebook.

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9/13/2017 09:29 EST

We live in Queretaro. Queretaro is not truly a colonial city but more like an industrial city with unplanned city development and heavy traffic. The only colonial part of the city is "el centro histrico". Since we have our family members here, we live here for now. But we would move out of Queretaro and would rather live in a small city instead.

BTW, I am not sure whether Queretaro is the tech center of Mexico. There are many foreign manufacturing plants in Queretaro and nearby the city though.

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