Trails of Faith

México City, San Juan de los Lagos, Zapopan, Guadalajara, Cerro del Cubilete

Mexico has the globe’s second-largest number of Catholics, a statistic that can be easily corroborated, by its numerous Sanctuaries built during the past centuries all across Mexico. We invite you to be part of this devotion by visiting the most important Marian Sanctuaries in the country, where thousands of faithful pilgrims gather every year. 

Day 1. -  Mexico City

Welcome at the airport and transfer to the hotel

Day 2. - Mexico City

Mass at the Basílica de Santa María de Guadalupe, the most visited Marian venue in the world, 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.

Visit to the Catedral Metropolitana. This superb monument opens its doors to all, always welcoming us with a spirit of kindness, mercy and reconciliation.

Day 3.- Mexico City / Lagos de Moreno

Departure to Lagos de Moreno, with a 450 years old history, this beautiful municipality stands for its four designations: Historical Monuments Zone, World Heritage Site "Camino Real de Tierra Adentro" also known as the Silver route.

Visit to the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, built in the XVIII century, jewel of the Mexican Baroque. The relics of 365 saints and the remains of Saint Hermion Martyr, III century Roman soldier, Rinconada de las Capuchinas, architectural ensemble composed by the Templo de las Capuchinas, la Casa de la Cultura y el Museo Casa de Agustín Rivera El Museo de arte sacro y Templo del Calvario, located uptown the design of this temple was inspired in Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome

Day 4.- San Juan de Los Lagos / Jalostotitlán/ Guadalajara

Departure to San Juan de los Lagos

Visit to the Catedral Basílica de Nuestra Señora de San Juan de los Lagos, built in the XVIII century, the second most visited Sanctuary in the country, only after the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Capilla del Pocito de la Virgen, considered a must see tradition in San Juan de los Lagos is visited year round by thousands of pilgrims. 

Departure to Jalostotitlán, in this municipality of the state of Jalisco we will get to know the life of two martyrs, nowadays saints, from the Cristero War or Guerra Cristera.

Visit to the Templo de Santo Toribio Romo, built in memory of the martyr Saint of the Cristero War. Without a doubt, one of the most popular Cristero Saints also considered in Mexico the Patron Saint of the Immigrants

Templo de San Pedro Esqueda, this was the place where he was killed by a firing squad during the Cristero persecution.

Departure to Guadalajara.

Day 5.- Guadalajara/ Zapopan

Guadalajara, capital of the state of Jalisco, birthplace of the mariachi and the tequila. Here many great temples of the utmost importance to the catholic religion are found.

Visit to the Guadalajara Cathedral, inside it treasures numerous pieces of sacred art. Continue to the Templo Expiatorio del Santísimo Sacramento, impressive architectural jewel of Neo-Gothic style, considered the greatest work in its style in Mexico.

Visit to the Basílica de Zapopan y el Convento de Nuestra Señora de la Expectación. The Basilica of Zapopan is one of the oldest in Jalisco. Its construction was the work of Franciscan friars in 1689, to honor the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception. A statue of the Virgin of Zapopan, made out of cornstalks and wood by Indians from Michoacan, in the early XVI century, is highly revered by pilgrims from all over the world visiting the Basilica.

Day 6. - Guadalajara/ Silao

Visit to the Santuario de Cristo Rey, one of the most important historic sanctuaries in Mexico. Thousands of pilgrims came to this Holy Mountain to demonstrate their love to Cristo Rey. It´s history and location in the geographical hart of Mexico has a great importance for Mexican people.

.Day 7.- Silao / Mexico City

Departure to Mexico City, in our way back we´ll stop in Celaya City to visit el Templo del Carmen and a group of religious buildings that includes the Cathedral, el Templo y Convento de San Francisco y el Mausoleo de Tresguerras. Arrive to Mexico City and transfer to hotel

Day 8.- Mexico City

Transfer to airport

End of our services 


  •   7 nights in hotel (Breakfast included)
  •   5 meals
  •   Private Transportation 
  •   Guide
  •   Fee entrances

Not Included:

  • Personal expensivees
  • Tips
  • Anyhting not mention