Don't limit yourself to Fresnillo; the wider region features numerous man-made and natural attractions just waiting to be explored. You'll also find Zacatecas, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the northwest, and Jomulco 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north.
Whether you're an atheist or one of the faithful, visitors are guaranteed to find a little serenity at Zacatecas' monasteries and other holy sites. Enjoy a little culture, learning and lore with a little sunshine and fresh air at Zacatecas' much-loved gardens.
When you are ready to relax, try wildlife watching or camping.
There's no nicer way to get to the heart of the place you are traveling through than tasting the food from the region. Popular meals are pozole rojo (corn and chili soup) and pollo alcamparrado (chicken with capers), but naturally there are many other Zacatecas dishes on the menu. Zacatecas is also renowned for its excellent ates (fruit jellies).
One of the delights of travel is using languages you aren't familiar with, so learn a small amount of Spanish during your stay. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" ("Would you like to dance with me?") is a good one to know. And also "Este caballero pagará por todo", which translates as "This gentleman will pay for everything"
When it's time to head back to the normality of home, you'll be bidding Fresnillo a fond and teary Adiós (farewell).