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México

Mexico-Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta

8 Days / 7 Nights

From

$1010

P/P Double Occupancy

Follow the tequila Route-cities,Guadalajara and Tequila towns. Explore Tlaquepaque town full of crafts, color,pottery and folklore and end at famous Puerto Vallarta, the legendary love destination of Hollywood stars, embedded in romance!

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Map of México  -  Multi-Day Vacation

Day 01 Arrival Mexico City

You will be amazed by the size of the city from the moment you arrive. Meet and greet with a local representative and transfer to your hotel. After check-in, free time to start exploring the city. As the country´s capital, the "Distrito Federal" is a mosaic of contrasts but most of all an experience in which all of Mexico comes together. It’s the perfect place to start your trip in Mexico. Overnight at Hotel Casa Blanca

Day 02 Mexico city-Historic Center and Anthropology Museum (B)

Get to know one of the world´s biggest and most exciting cities! Enjoy a guided visit in the historical center, listed by UNESCO as World Heritage. This interesting tour will include “The Zocalo”, the heart of the city, where you will visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, one of the oldest and largest of the Americas, and (if open) the National Palace, home of the famous murals of Diego Rivera. You will also see the ruins of the Templo Mayor, one of the most important temples of the Aztecs in their ancient capital city of Tenochtitlan. Next, we drive down the beautiful Paseo de la Reforma Avenue to arrive at Chapultepec Park, to visit the Museum of Anthropology. This museum is considered to be among the world’s finest of its kind. Here you will admire, among many other interesting treasures, the famous Aztec calendar stone. Overnight at Hotel Casa Blanca

Day 03 Shrine of Guadalupe & Teotihuacan Pyramids (B)

Breakfast a hotel. Discover Teotihuacán, ‘the place where gods were created’. Teotihuacan is one of the most impressive archaeological sites of the country. It is assumed that the city may have counted 200,000 inhabitants during its period of prosperity. In those years, Teotihuacán was the biggest city of the American continent and one of the biggest of the world. Until its inhabitants abandoned the city around the 8th century, Teotihuacan was probably the most significant and civilized cultural center of ancient Mexico. During this guided excursion you see (and climb?) the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, walk down the Avenue of the Dead, visit the Temple of Quetzalcoatl with its unique stone sculptures of plumed serpents, the Temple of the Butterflies, and the Fortresses. Before arriving back at your hotel, we make a stop at the Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe, a pilgrimage place for millions of Mexicans and people from all around the world. Overnight at Hotel Casa Blanca

Day 04 Tula-Queretaro- San Miguel (B, L)

Today we will leave the big city. Departure to Tula.Once upon a time, after the fall of Teotihuacan, Tula was the capital of the Toltecs and one of the most powerful cities of Mesoamerica. The most famous building of this archeological site is the temple of ‘Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli’, an impressive pyramid with beautiful statues of Toltec warriors (Atlantes) on top of it. We will then continue to Queretaro, an attractive city which has played a crucial role in Mexican history. In Queretaro we will enjoy an included lunch. After a short tour around the town´s well-preserved historic center, recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage, we will go to San Miguel de Allende, one of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico. Let us show you the highlights of the city, including the famous “Parish of San Miguel”, the iconic church in Neo-Gothic style, with the pink, sugar-candy pointing towers. These bizarre towers were designed by an untutored Indian, Zeferino Gutierrez, in the late 19th century. In the main chapel you will see the much revered image of the Cristo de la Conquista, made from cornstalks and orchid bulbs by Indians in Patzcuaro in the 16th century. In the evening you will have some free time for dinner and to enjoy the night ambiance of the city. Also a great opportunity for shopping typical crafts. Overnight at Hotel Imperio de Angeles

Day 05 Guanajuato (B)

Breakfast at hotel In the morning we will go for a short drive to the town of Atotonilco. Here we will visit the Chapel built in the XVI century. You can see the encounter and fusion of the European and Pre-Hispanic cultures in its walls and ceilings. We will continue to the town of Dolores Hidalgo, a small town where Miguel Hidalgo, father of Mexico, delivered his famous “Grito de Dolores” (Cry for Independence). This cry symbolizes the start of the Mexican independence movement in the early nineteenth century. In the evening we will arrive in Guanajuato. After check in at the hotel we will go for a night-tour to see the illuminated center of the city. Overnight at Holiday Inn Express

Day 06 Tlaquepaque - Guadalajara (B)

With its history as an important mining center, Guanajuato derived great wealth from its abundant silver deposits. The city is a true jewel among Mexico´s colonial cities. You will be surprised by its beauty, with its winding lanes, its plazuelas shaded by Indian laurels, its large variety of decorative styles, and its curious underground avenue. In the morning we will further explore the city. Enjoy sights such as the Hidalgo market, Juarez Theater, the University, the “Alley of the Kiss”, the Alhondiga de Granaditas, and the monument of El Pipila. After this we will travel to western Mexico, to the pottery village of Tlaquepaque. Tlaquepaque is probably Mexico's largest and most important arts and crafts center, hosting wares from all over the country. Present day Tlaquepaque is still rich in local tradition and art. It attracts many of Jalisco's most talented artists, and has a reputation for the quality and diversity of its products. We proceed to nearby Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city and home of many of Mexico’s most beloved traditions. Overnight at Hotel De Mendoza

Day 07 Tequila & Guadalajara (B)

Today we start with a visit to the town of Tequila, to the origins of Mexico´s most famous liquor. On the way to Tequila, we will enjoy spectacular views of agave plantations. In the colorful town of Tequila, we will visit one of the most recognized haciendas dedicated to the production of tequila, to learn about the production process of Mexico´s national drink. Of course we will also have the opportunity to taste some tequila! Afterwards, return to Guadalajara. Back in Guadalajara we will go for a tour including the huge twin-towered cathedral surrounded by attractive plazas, the “Government Palace”, Degollado Theater, and Hospicio Cabañas. Overnight at Hotel De Mendoza

Day 08 To Puerto Vallarta (B)

Breakfast at hotel In the morning we will take you to the bus terminal, for a first-class bus from Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta. Its tropical climate, tranquil beaches, liberal ambiance, and its many natural wonders make Puerto Vallarta the perfect holiday destination. Please contact us for a beach extension.

Prices Include
  • 07 nights accommodation in standard room at the hotels above mentioned or similar
  • Daily breakfast, American or buffet according to each hotel availability
  • Transfers and excursions as mentioned in program in SIB sharing with other passengers and minimum of 02 persons.
  • English speaking guide for tours and English speaking guide for transfers as per the itinerary
  • Applicable taxes.
  • First class bus ticket GDL - PVR
Prices Do Not Include
  • Any airfares (domestic nor international) Airport taxes (domestic e international)
  • Services and meals not mentioned
  • Personal expenses such as: phone calls, beverages, laundry, extras, etc.
  • Other services not mentioned
Notes
  • Rates are per person - double occupancy
  • Price per person based in double occupancy
  • Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Program operated in seat in basis - starting every Friday - with a minimum of 2 people.