As Mexico’s largest fertility center, Instituto Ingenes offers Querétaro patients access to the most advanced fertility treatment options available.
Our center is conveniently located in the Distrito Piamonte area, where residential, business, educational and commercial developments converge in one of the most exclusive environments of Querétaro.
The center of approximately 390 square meters, offers warm and cozy facilities to make your experience pleasant and exclusive. The clinic has fully equipped facilities including an operating room, a reception area, a waiting room, medical consultation rooms, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and andrology laboratories, and private recovery rooms, amongst others. The team includes 22 multidisciplinary experts.
Open since: 2017
Cycles per month: 35
Customer service hour:
Monday to Friday 08:00 – 17:00
Saturday 08:00 – 15:00
Paseo Monte Miranda 5 Avenue, 9th Floor, Distrito Piamonte, El Marqués 76240, Querétaro.
Querétaro is an emerging star of a travel destination in Mexico. Between the road from Mexico City to San Miguel Allende is the energetic colonial town of Querétaro. It was settled during the 17th and 18th century and what came of it was a fusion of indigenous ideas and Spanish colonial influences.
With its numerous grand constructions and perfected plazas, Queretaro’s Centro Histórico (Historic Center) is an open museum where the vivid streets serve as art galleries and the Baroque buildings as exhibitions, all guarding a piece of rich history related to Mexico’s independence from the Spanish.
Stroll the cobblestone streets and view landmarks such as the lovely Church of San Francisco and the expansive Plaza de Independencia. Explore the churches, museums, markets, shops and restaurants to enjoy.
Located in the heart of Queretaro’s historic center, Casa de la Marquesa is like a heritage site in its own right. The 18th century baroque building with a rich history has been carefully restored and boasts many original features in the common areas and 14 suites alike.
Venturing out to Bernal is one the best things to do in Queretaro for a day trip. It only takes about an hour to reach the small colonial town of Bernal, where a massive rock seemingly sprouts right up from the ground. This behemoth of a rock, known as Peña de Bernal, is among the largest of its kind. The towering wonder comes just behind other famous monoliths like Australia’s Ayers Rock and the Rock of Gibraltar.
This 18th-century baroque church is one of the most visually interesting and elaborate of all the churches and temples at Queretaro. It’s also where you can easily find the city’s colorful sign to snap a pic. The interior of Templo de Santa Clara is almost dripping with gold from floor to ceiling, making for an interesting sight.