The city's historic and cultural attractions are numerous. Much of what there is to see is within walking distance of lovely Plaza de Armas. Most museums, monuments, and lodging are housed in buildings dating to the 17th and 18th century. A must-see in Alamos are the city's strolling muscians, known as Estudiantina. Like their counterparts in Guanajuato, these Spanish-style troubadours perform while strolling through the city streets. Alamos also claims to be the "jumping bean" capital of the world.
Alamos is located in the southern part of Sonora in northwestern Mexico. It is easily accessible from both Mexico and the rest of the world by automobile, bus, or air at one of Sonora's major cities.
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