We rented an Airbnb condo for a week in Queretaro. It was actually a ways outside of Queretaro in this super "Coto" or "Fraccionamiento" area. We like Queretaro so much that after our week was up at the condo we rented a hotel right in Queretaro for another four days so that we could explore more.
A "Coto" or "Fraccionamiento" is basically an enclosed housing area. They usually have a security gate to enter and may be individual housing or condos. This place was basically a whole bunch of small cotos inside this one big huge coto. We'd never seen anything like it before. There was one main security gate to enter the area where you had to scan your driver's license to get in. Once inside this big area there was all of these smaller cotos that had their own security checkpoint to enter. I don't know how many of these that there were, but I'd guess at least 10 or more.
Our coto that was inside of the big coto had a golf course and the condo looked out over it. There were also single unit houses in the area. We spent a week here and it was at least a 30 minute drive into town.
We didn't want to leave Queretaro, so we moved into town for a few more days. There are a lot of little plazzas all around the city and you often run across people drawing a crowd in one way or another. Here's Andrea Bocelli!