Map Zacatecas Mexico for Printing

A general overview of Zacatecas, Mexico, including its districts, communities, and main streets. 

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Zacatecas is the capital and largest city of the state of Zacatecas in north-central Mexico. It is known for its well-preserved colonial architecture and rich mining history. The city is divided into various districts and neighborhoods, each with its own character and attractions.

  1. Historic Center (Centro Histórico):
    • This is the heart of Zacatecas, known for its well-preserved colonial architecture, cobblestone streets, and historic landmarks.
    • Catedral Basílica de Zacatecas: A prominent cathedral located in the main square, Plaza de Armas.
    • Palacio de Gobierno: The government palace, showcasing murals by renowned artist Francisco Goitia.
    • Teatro Fernando Calderón: A historic theater hosting cultural events and performances.
  2. La Bufa:
    • A prominent hill overlooking the city, offering panoramic views.
    • Accessible by a cable car, providing a unique perspective of Zacatecas.
  3. Guadalupe:
    • A neighboring town connected to Zacatecas, known for its Sanctuary of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
    • The sanctuary is a significant pilgrimage site and features a statue of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
  4. González Ortega Market:
    • A bustling market where you can find local crafts, food, and traditional products.
    • A great place to experience the local culture and buy souvenirs.

Main Streets:

  • Avenida Hidalgo: One of the main thoroughfares, lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes.
  • Callejón de las Campanas: A charming alley known for its bell sculptures and artisan shops.
  • Callejón de Romántica:
  • Calle Tacuba: A street with historical significance and architectural charm.
  • Avenida Juárez: Another significant avenue in the city, featuring various businesses and cultural sites.


  • Colonia Benito Juárez: A residential area with parks and local amenities.
  • Colonia Lázaro Cárdenas: Another neighborhood known for its community atmosphere.

Zacatecas is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and its well-preserved architecture, vibrant culture, and historical significance make it a popular destination for tourists. The city’s layout combines colonial charm with modern amenities, providing a unique experience for visitors. However, for the most up-to-date and detailed information, I recommend checking local tourism websites or contacting the Zacatecas tourism.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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