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Modern colonial Mexico

                                                       (Sample tour)

Day 1 – Mexico (city of)

Arrival at Mexico City international airport.
Check-in at selected hotel in Mexico City.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Recommended glimpses & sightseeing of:
Xochimilco canals.
Xochimilco markets.

Mexico’s Aztec ruins around Templo Mayor.
Recommended activities:
Cruise excursion along the canals.
Nightlife enjoyment in Mexico City.
Overnight in Mexico City.

Day 2 – Mexico – San Miguel de Allende
Transfer to San Miguel de Allende.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The city of Querétaro.
The "old colonial town center of Querétaro declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The enormous aqueduct of Querétaro.
The Church of San Francisco, with its Neoclassic and Baroque altars.
The church of San Francisco's cloister, now the Museo Regional (Regional Museum).
The Plaza de la Constitución.
The Jardin Zenea plaza.
The Plaza de Independencia or Plaza de with its colonial mansions.
The Palacio de la Corregidora, originally called (Royal Houses and Jails).
The Church and ex-convent of Santa Rosa de Viterbo.
The church and monastery of La Santa Cruz is located on Sangremal Hill.
The Baroque Museo de Arte (Museum of Art) in the former monastery of San Agustin.
The Teatro de la Republica (Theatre of the Republic) built between 1845 and 1852.
The once opulent residence Casa de la Marquesa (Marquesa House), now hotel.
The city of San Miguel de Allende.
The neo-gothique Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel.

Check-in at selected hotel in San Miguel de Allende.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in de San Miguel de Allende.
Overnight in San Miguel de Allende.

Day 3 – San Miguel de Allende – Guanajuato
Transfer to Guanajuato.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The city of Dolores Hidalgo (Cradle of National Independence).
The House of Padre Miguel Hidalgo declared a national monument.
The city of Guanajuato.
The Plaza de la Paz (Plaza of Peace) the center of the modern city.
The colonial “house of grain.” Alhóndiga de Granaditas covering an entire city block.
The Universidad de Guanajuato's main building, built in the 1940's.
The Baroque San Roque Church was dating from 1726.
The Temple of the Company of Jesus or Oratorio de San Felipe built in 1746.
Temple of Guadalupe from the 18th century in more sober Baroque.
The Mercado Hidalgo, built by Ernesto Brunel in 1910.
The Museo del Pueblo de Guanajuato exhibiting the best of the artwork of the city.
The monument Juan José de los Reyes Martínez, better known as El Pípila.
The Basilica Colegiata de Nuestra Senora de Guanajuato.
The old drainage ditches and tunnels turned into thoroughfares.
The naturally mummified bodies of the Mummies of Guanajuato interred in 1833.

Check-in at selected hotel in Guanajuato.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in Guanajuato.
Overnight in Guanajuato.

Day 4 – Guanajuato – Zacatecas
Transfer to mine city of Zacatecas.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The Mexican Churrigueresque architecture Cathedral.
The main square is called the Plaza de Armas, with the most important buildings.
The Gonzalez Ortega Market, constructed in 1889 still conserving its original façade.
The Calderon Theatre with a French style façade and large mirrors made in Venice.
The Pedro Coronel Museum located in the old monastery of the Santo Domingo church.
The mountain Cerro de la Bufa with an amazing view over Zacatecas.
The El Eden once a Silver Mine, now a tourist attraction, museum and underground discotheque.
The aerial tramway or cable car Between Cerro de la Bufa and Cerro del Grillo.

Check-in at selected hotel in Zacatecas.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Recommended glimpses & sightseeing of:
Visit to Rafael y Pedro Coronal & Francisco Goitia museums.
Nightlife enjoyment in Zacatecas.
Overnight in Zacatecas.

Day 5 – Zacatecas – Guadalajara

Transfer to Guadalajara.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The city of Tlaquepaque.
The historic center of Tlaquepaque.
Tlaquepaque colonial-era churches and old mansions.
Tlaquepaque decorative arts and crafts workshops.
The Sergio Bustamante art gallery in Guadalajara.

Check-in at selected hotel in Guadalajara.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in Guadalajara.
Overnight in Guadalajara.

Day 6 – Guadalajara
Scenic tour of Guadalajara & surroundings.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady renaissance style, with neo-gothic towers.
The Rotonda de los Hombres Ilustres (Rotunda of Illustrious Men) circular monument.
The Plaza de la Liberación with a sculpture depicting Cristobal de Oñate
The Jalisco Regional Museum (Ex seminary de San José) built in the 18th century.
The Mercado Libertad, one of the largest traditional markets in Mexico.
The Catholic Templo Expiatorio del Santísimo Sacramento.
The Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, founded between 1687 and 1690.
The Guadalajara City hall Palacio Municipal, seat of City Council of the municipality.
The Juárez Avenue, in central Guadalajara.
The Hospicio Cabañas one of the oldest and largest hospital complexes in Latin America.
The town of Tequila with the largest distilleries of Tequila.
A Tequila production distilleries.

Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in Guadalajara.
Overnight in Guadalajara.

Jour 7 – Guadalajara – Morelia
Transfer to Morelia.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The city of Patzcuaro.
Check-in at selected hotel in Morelia.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in Morelia.
Overnight in Morelia.

Jour 8 – Morelia – Mexico
Transfer to Mexico City.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The city of Morelia.

Check-in at selected hotel in Mexico City.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in Mexico City.
Overnight in Mexico City.

Day 9 – Mexico (city of)
Scenic tour of Mexico City.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The historic center of Mexico City is also known as the "Centro Histórico."
The Plaza of the Constitution, (El Zócalo), among the most magnificent plazas on the planet.
The Metropolitan Cathedral, Latin America's oldest and largest cathedral.
The National Palace, current residence of the President of the Republic.
The Chapultepec neo-classical Castle & National History Museum.
The Chapultepec Park & Zoo one of the most significant zoological parks in the world.
The Templo Mayor –Recently, massive stone pyramid with two Aztec temples.
The Tzompantli-Shrine or Wall of Skulls, a panel made of rows of human skulls.
The Modern Art Museum with a permanent art collection of contemporary artists.
The Fine Arts Palace -The most beautiful building in México City.
The National Auditorium, ranked the best concert venue in the world.
The National Art Museum featuring an extensive collection of Mexican art.
The Chinatown, known locally as Barrio Chino, located in the downtown area.
The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe and National Shrine of Mexico.
The Palacio de Hierro upscale chain of department stores in Mexico.
The Palace of Iturbide is a large palatial home located in the historic center.
The Torre Latino Americana world's first major skyscraper on highly active seismic land.
The Palacio de Correos also known as the "Correo Mayor".
The Santísima Church its full name is Temple and Hospital of the Most Holy Trinity.
The Franz Mayer Museum Latin America’s largest collection of decorative arts.
The archeological site of Teotihuacan.

Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in Mexico City.
Overnight in Mexico.

Day 10 – Mexico (city of)
Transfer to Mexico City international airport.
Flight back home.