Mexican World Heritage Cities

México City, Queretaro, 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 1. Mexico City

Welcome at the airport and transfer to the hotel. 

Day 2. Mexico City

We’ll begin our cultural tour exploring the Historic Centre, the largest in Latin America. We´ll admire the murals of the most important artists.

In the evening we´ll visit the colonial neighborhoods of Coyoacán and San Angel.

Day 3. Basílica de Guadalupe / Teotihuacan  / Queretaro

We´ll start our day visiting the Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe the most visited Temple in the America, where the San Juan Diego's mantle “called tilma” is sheltered, and in which the Holy Image of Our Most Blessed Virgin Mary was imprinted.

Continue to the Archeological Site of Teotihuacan, city of Gods. Lunch (included)
Continue to the City of Querétaro.

Day 4. - Queretaro

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 can be seen constituting an open museum under an intense blue sky.

Day 5. Querétaro / San Miguel de Allende

Departure to San Miguel de Allende.

The architecture and bohemian atmosphere of its streets make it an irresistible, cultural and cosmopolitan city, with its magnificent Parish of San Miguel Arcagel. Walking tour through its cobble street full of art galleries

Day 6.- San Miguel Allende / Guanajuato.

Departure to Dolores Hidalgo, birth place of the Independence of Mexico and visit the Santuario de Atotonilco, known as the Sixteen Chapel of Mexico.

Continue to Guanajuato, a 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.

At night you can experience to stroll along its alleys accompanied by the music of the “Estudiantina”,musical group 

Day 7.- Guanajuato

Walking tour trought this City full of history, legends and traditions

We´ll visit Alhóndiga de Granaditas, el Museo y casa de Diego Rivera, la Iglesia de la Valenciana and we´ll enjoy the lookout from  El Pipila.

Departure to Mexico City

Day 8. - Mexico City

Transfer to the airport

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  • 7 nights in 4*hotel, breakfast included.
  • 6 meals (lunch or dinner)  
  • Transportation with A/C
  • Fee entrances
  • Guide

Not included

  • Meals not specified
  • Beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips