(Mexico City, Patzcuaro, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende)
Step off the all-inclusive path & delve into the authentic Mexico, a riveting land of emerald jungles, hypnotic mariachi music & the oldest cities in all of the Americas. Discover the magic of Mexico's Aztec legacies & colonial heritage as you explore Patzcuaro, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende & Queretaro with private guide while resting at 5* boutique hotels. Call on celebrated traditional artists, voyage through time at UNESCO sites, visit a museum of mummies & unveil the secret of tequila from leaf to bottle. Complete with expert private guide & driver, this decadent tour makes for an unparalleled & stylish adventure.
Take a private transfer from the airport to your hotel in Mexico city.
Mexico City is the oldest capital in the American continent; it’s historic center and plaza were named by UNESCO a World Heritage Site given its rich cultural history--from the ruins of the ancient Aztecs, to colonial and religious buildings, to its art nouveau architecture. This is the most visited area in all of Mexico City and it is just steps away from Meliá Mexico Reforma, one of the finest hotels Mexico City has to offer. The Mexico City hotel is nearby government buildings and financial institutions and its location makes it the ideal place to stay for the business or leisure traveler. The city has the largest number of museums in the world and after New York, London and Toronto offers the largest number of theaters in the world.
Enjoy a private guided transfer from Mexico City to Patzcuaro. En route travel through the Desert of Lions and La Marquesa National Park. Enjoy a city sightseeing tour of Morelia and continue onto Patzcuaro. Private Transfer - Full Day
Welcome to Posada De Don Vasco! In the beautiful Mexican State of Michoacán, only 37 miles from its capital Morelia, between views and important tourist attractions like the Janitzio Island, Zirahuen lake and Santa Clara del Cobre, you´ll find Pátzcuaro, one of the jewel cities of this country.
Enjoy a half day private, guided city tour of Patzcuaro including The Library, The House of Eleven Patios, The Main Plaza and The Basilica de la Salud.
Enjoy a private transfer from Patzcuaro to Guadalajara. Approximately 6 hours in duration. (Vehicle/Driver only)
The architectural design of this horizontal complex, unique in its category, was the work of Don Luis Martínez Negrete. It takes advantage of the extensive greenery, with its 40,000 square meters (430,000 square feet) located on three hectares (7.5 acres) of gardens and recreational areas. This provides our visitors the sense of being in natural surroundings, with a sensation of freedom in the midst of an oasis of freshness and restfulness.
The area surrounding the town of Tequila offers a landscape of blue agave plantations and desert hills, where since prehispanic times tequila has been produced. Visit one of the famous distilleries in the region, such as Sauza or Herradura, and see the Tequila process, from the crushing of the agave leaves to the bottling of the liquor.
You will be picked up from your hotel by your guide and transferred to a local market. This tour is special, not only if you’re interested in Mexican arts & crafts, but because of the colors, smell and variety of Mexico’s markets. You will visit the artisans in their workshops. You will then continue onto a market where beautiful, colorful flowers can be found, as Mexicans are fond of their flowers. You will also walk by the food section, in which your guide will explain the different ingredients and flavors of the Mexican cuisine. When the tour is complete you will return to your hotel.
Enjoy time at leisure to explore at your own pace, or relax at your hotel.
Enjoy a private transfer to one of the most beautiful cities in all of Mexico, Guanajuato. Deemed by UNESCO to be part of the "Historic Patrimony of Humanity". (Billingual Driver only, no guide)
The Camino Real Guanajuato Hotel was built from the ruins of a 17th century estate building called Hacienda de Beneficio de Metal de San Francisco Javier (Metal Extraction of San Francisco Javier Hacienda). The result is a perfect melding of history and the needs of a modern hotel, adding the unique touch of the Camino Real brand to every nook and cranny of this remarkable building. The historical legacy of the hacienda has been painstakingly preserved, each detail and each façade of every room. Thanks to the creativity of the team that restored it, the building is recognized as a historic building protected by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and a World Heritage Site.
Enjoy a private guided city tour of Guanajuato including Hidalgo Market, Juarez Theatre and the Monument to the Pipila. Later explore the fascinating Museum of the Mummies. The Mummies of Guanajuato are a number of naturally mummified bodies interred during a cholera outbreak around Guanajuato, Mexico in 1833. These mummies were discovered in a cemetery located in Guanajuato, which has made the city one of the biggest tourist attractions in Mexico.
Enjoy a private transfer from Guanajuato to San Miguel de Allende. San Miguel de Allende is located in the eastern part of Guanajuato in Mexico's mountainous bajío region. The bajío (low place) is a relatively flat region about 2,000 m (7,000 ft) above sea level surrounded by mountains; it is a part of the Mexican altiplano. Approximately 1 hour.
A cluster of historic buildings at the centre of the city, this charming Orient-Express hotel offers the ultimate Mexican experience. Cool, leafy gardens, stone arches and traditional wooden doors surround pretty courtyards lit by lanterns as night falls. Peaceful though this is—especially when within the tranquil Laja Spa—just step outside and you are surrounded by San Miguel de Allende’s many colors, scents and sounds.
There are many activities to enjoy during your stay in San Miguel de Allende; Authentic cooking classes,horseback riding, hiking, biking, rappelling, camping, four-wheeler (ATV), hot air ballooning and more! Be sure to pre-book your desired activity to avoid disappointment.
Enjoy a private, guided transfer to Mexico City. En route visit the last of Mexico's colonial jewel's: Queretaro. The outstanding buildings of House of La Corregidora, the Palace of Marquise de la Villa del Villas del Aguila and the House of Count Sierra Gorda will be our main focus. Continue onto Mexico City.
Depart from the international airport - End of itinerary.
Please note obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of Mexico for the most up to date visa information.
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