Mexico City, Querétaro, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
Come and enjoy these cities that have forged their own history, which can be told and known simply by looking at the places that synthesize the historical heritage of the colonial period.
Come with us and plunge into a real and imaginary world by visiting the cities of Mexico, declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, Sites full of life and dynamism that invite you to get in touch with their culture, arts, history and traditions.
Day 4- Wednesday October 28th-Mexico City – Querétaro
08:30 – Departure the Anthropology Museum, which houses important pieces from all over the Mesoamerican world, is the most visited museum in Mexico. Designed and built by architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Rafael Mijares Alcérreca in 1964, it is considered important for its architectural design as well as the vast array of artifacts that it houses.
Your guide will lead you on an exploration of the Mexica and Maya room. One of the most important pieces housed at the museum is the 24-ton Aztec Sunstone, found buried beneath the city´s main square in 1790..
Continue to Querétaro. After lunch (included) Walking city tour across the historic centre, where we will delight ourselves looking at its sanctuaries, manors and convents from the XVII and XVIII centuries that can be seen as an open museum under an intense blue sky.
Overnight at Querétaro
Day 5- Thursday October 29th – San Miguel de Allende – Guanajuato
09:30–Departure to San Miguel de Allende
10:30 -Walking tour through its cobbled streets. The architecture and bohemian atmosphere of its streets, along with the magnificent Parish of San Miguel Arcángel make San Miguel an irresistible, cultural and cosmopolitan city. Lunch included
Free time and departure to Guanajuato
At night you can experience a stroll along its alleys accompanied by the music of the “Estudiantina”, local musical group.
Overnight at Guanajuato
Day 6- Friday October 30th – Guanajuato – Mexico City
10:00 -After breakfast we´ll start our walking tour in this peculiar city, which became the most important silversmith center in the New Spain in the XVIII century. Thanks to this mineral wealth, many magnificent buildings and temples were built. Lunch included.
15:00 -Return to Mexico City
Day 7.- Saturday October 31st – Mexico City
Transfer from the hotel to the airport. End of our services
Net price per person:
|Sprinter -16 pax DOUBLE||Sprinter -16 pax SINGLE|
|Qro -SMA -Gto||$ 565.00 USD||$ 710.00 USD|
- 3 nights in 4* hotel, breakfast included
- Private Transportation
- Fee entrance
- Certified Guide
- Tour leader (just for the bus)
- Beverages and meals not specified
- Personal expenses
- Mexico City – Geneve or similar
- Queretaro – Hotel del Rio or similar
- Guanajuato – El Mesón de los Poetas / Hotel Mision or similar
*Minimum of passengers required