Duration 11 days: Everyday departures in groups for a minimum of 20 passengers
Day 1 - CDMX
Welcome and transfer to airport hotel, free time, lodging.
Day 2 - CDMX
Breakfast and leave walking to the impressive Zócalo (Central Plaza) of gorgeous CDMX, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a key point between the Aztec Empire and Mexico today. Pass by the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace and the Fine Arts Palace. Later we will go to Reforma Avenue where we will see the Angel of Independence and Diana the Hunter, among others, and we will also see some emblematic neighborhoods of the city such as Roma and La Condesa. Free time to enjoy the city at your own pace.
Day 3 - CDMX
Breakfast and leave for spectacular Teotihuacán, the “City of the Gods,” named this by the Aztecs because they were amazed by the greatness of this city, which was once the largest urban area in ancient Mexico and today is one of the most visited archaeological sites in the Americas and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will begin with Tlatelolco, the largest archaeological site in CDMX, which was part of the capital of the Aztec Empire. The largest market in the empire was located here, and it was also where the conquest of the Aztecs took place. The city of Tlatelolco was once connected to the north by a great avenue that went to Tepeyac Hill, where the Aztecs worshiped Tonantzin, who is better known today as Our Lady of Guadalupe, and it is in precisely in this place where we will make our next stop.
Today popularly known as La Villa or the Basilica of Guadalupe, it is the most important religious site in the country and one of the most visited Catholic places in the world. The Virgin of Guadalupe in Mexico is not only a religious symbol, but an identity for Mexicans. It is no coincidence that the first president of the country was named Guadalupe Victoria.
Day 4 - CDMX, Querétaro
After breakfast and at 8:00 am, departure for QUERETARO, beautiful Virreinal city. PANORAMIC VISIT: Aqueduct, Lookout, Plaza de la Independencia (Government Palace and Casa López de Escala House), La Corregidora House and Plaza, Theatre of the Republic, La Marquesa House, Sta. Clara and San Agustín Temples, Los Perros House... Free time. Continuing to the town-museum of SAN MIGUEL de ALLENDE. PANORAMIC VISIT of its harmonious historic center. Free time to wander around its streets, plazas, stores... Lodging.
Day 5 - Querétaro, Guanajuato
American breakfast. Arriving at DOLORES HIDALGO, we will pay tribute to two great icons: Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla and José Alfredo Jiménez. Continuing to GUANAJUATO, World Heritage Site. CULTURAL VISIT: San Ramón Mine, Pípila Monument, Cable Car, Juárez Theatre, Gardens of the Union, Baratillo Plaza, University, Callejón del Beso (Alley of the Kiss), Hidalgo Market, Regional Museum of Guanajuato... Afternoon of walks, terraces, unsuspected surprises... Lodging.
Day 6 - Guanajuato, San Luis Potosí
American breakfast. Departure to SAN LUIS POTOSI, the best example of a Porfirian city in Mexico. PANORAMIC VISIT: Carmen Plaza (Theater of Peace and Carmen Temple), San Juan de Dios Garden, Cathedral, Municipal Palace, Armas Plaza, Royal House, Fundadores Plaza (Ipiña building, Loreto temple, Potosino Institute...). Free time. Departure to ZACATECAS. Free time. We suggest having a coffee in the 15 Letras cantina-gallery. Lodging.
Day 7 - San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas
American breakfast. We will dedicate the entire morning to a CULTURAL VISIT: Aqueduct, Bufa Hill, Cable Car, Edén Mine, Cathedral, Government Palace, Santo Domingo Temple, Fernando Calderón Theatre, Jesús González Market, San Francisco Ex-convent... A free afternoon allows us to choose among the following museums: Rafael Coronel (Pre-Hispanic and indigenous art), Pedro Coronel (world art), Francisco Goitia (work of the inhabitants of Zacatecas), Manuel Felguérez (abstract art), Guadalupe (Virreinal art)... Lodging.
Day 8 - Zacatecas, Tlaquepaque
American breakfast. Departure for TLAQUEPAQUE, picturesque village of cobblestone streets, arcades, galleries, quality and diversity of handicrafts. Free time. In the afternoon, continuing to GUADALAJARA. The bus will drop us off at the Cabañas Cultural Institute, World Heritage Site, where we will begin our PANORAMIC VISIT: San Juan de Dios Market, Tapatía Plaza, Degollado Theatre, Roundabout of Illustrious Men, Government Palace (Murals by José Clemente Orozco) ... Free afternoon to continue enjoying the capital of mariachi and tequila. Lodging.
Day 9 - Tlaquepaque, Guadalajara, Pátzcuaro
American breakfast. Departure to the state of Michoacán. We will stop in TZINTZUNTZAN, formerly the Purépecha capital. Continuing to PATZCUARO, Mexican Magic Town. Free time. PANORAMIC VISIT: Basilica of Our Lady of Health, Compañía de Jesús Temple and College, the Sagrario, the House of Eleven Patios, Madrigal de las Altas Torres Pathway... The typical plazas of Vasco de Quiroga and Gertrudis Bocanegra invite us to walk among popular scenes and a great variety of handicrafts. Around 7:00 pm we will continue to MORELIA. Lodging.
Day 10 - Pátzcuaro, Morelia, CDMX
American breakfast. PANORAMIC VISIT in Morelia, World Heritage Site: Armas Plaza, Government Palace, Las Rosas Garden and Conservatory, Clavijero Palace, Candy Market, Aqueduct, Las Tarascas Fountain, Callejón del romance (Alley of Romance), Road... Lunch, saying goodbye to the group. We begin our return to CDMX. Lodging.
Day 11 - CDMX
American breakfast. Free time until transportation to the airport to take your flight home. END OF OUR SERVICES.
Cost per person in double room from $ 1,190.00 USD
Cost per person in single room from $ 1,590.00 USD
Note: Tours and price for a minimum of 20 passengers