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10 days/9 nights
The price of the program is per person in USD:
Colonial Treasures & Puerto Vallarta
Majestic + Monte Verde + Casa Sangre De Cristo + Casino Plaza + Samba Vallarta + Plaza Morelia
Day 1: Airport – Mexico
Arrival to Mexico Airport & welcome. Transfer to hotel select and overnight.
Day 2: Mexico City – Guadalupe Shrine – Teotihuacan – Mexico City
Breakfast at the hotel. Pick up to visit 3 Culture Square and Guadalupe shrine and continue to Teotihuacán (42 km from Mexico City) Teotihuacan, which means the place where men become gods. These are among the most important pre-Hispanic ruins in the Americas due to their masterful urban layout, the monumental architecture and the strong religious and political influence that Teotihuacan held over other cities, here we will visit the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon. Lunch not included Return to Mexico City and overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Mexico City – Queretaro – San Miguel De Allende
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Queretaro which was founded in 1531, among bloody battles between native Indian and Spanish conquerors. The historic downtown offers the visitor over 460 years of history and tradition through its aqueduct, temples, mansions and palaces. Continue the trip to San Miguel de Allende. In the afternoon, visit this unique village that conserves its unique life style with an artistic & cultural ambience.
Day 4: San Miguel De Allende – Dolores Hidalgo – Guanajuato
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Guanajuato, visiting on the route Dolores Hidalgo, where in 1810 Miguel Hidalgo began the Independence war. Continue to Guanajuato City tour of Guanajuato: many people consider this city as the most important Colonial city in America, we will visit The Union Garden, the Juarez Theater, the Peace Plaza the University of Guanajuato and the Famous Guanajuato Mommy museum (museum entrance included).
Day 5: Guanajuato – Guadalajara – Tlaquepaque – Guadalajara
Breakfast NOT included. Departure to Guadalajara and visit the City: the birthplace of Mexican Tequila, Mariachis and Charros is rightfully considered as the heart of Mexico. Visit the Cathedral the Degollado Thater, Hospicio Cabañas (entrance included) and Rotonda de los hombres ilustres. After you will have a chance to visit a small town of Tlaquepaque – the center of Mexican arts where you will discover and enjoy the fascinating work of modern artists, traditional Indian art, galleries and restaurants. Arrival and lodging in the hotel.
Day 6: Guadalajara – Tequila – Guachimontones – Puerto Vallarta
Breakfast at the hotel Departure to Puerto Vallarta. In the route visit Tequila and Guachimontones. You will hear the story of this legendary beverage, the tequila, and find out about field cultivation of the blue agave. You will walk the cozy little streets of the Tequila town, the name of which decided the fate of these lands. Later on visit the archeological site of the Guachimontones: The word comes from Nahuatl and means enclosed, referring to those found in the concentric circles. In the center of the main square stands a pyramid equipped with four steps that are oriented toward the cardinal points. Continue to Puerto Vallarta for Overnight in All Inclusive Program Lunch not included Dinner included in the hotel Overnight at the hotel Services in Seat-in coach in English / Spanish
Day 7: Puerto Vallarta
Day at leisure in Hotel All Inclusive Overnight at the hotel.
Day 8: Puerto Vallarta – Morelia (617km 7h29min)
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Morelia, arrival and visit of the City: Morelia was founded by Spaniard Don Antonio de Mendoza in 1541 under the name of Valladolid, it was renamed in 1828 in honor of the Mexican Independence hero Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon, here we will visit the Main square, the Cathedral, the Government Palace and the handcraft museum.
Day 9: Morelia – Patzcuaro – Mexico City
Breakfast at the hotel Departure to Visit Patzcuaro is a large town and municipality located in the state of Michoacán. The town was founded sometime in the 1320s, at first becoming the capital of the Tarascan state and later its ceremonial center. After the Spanish took over, Vasco de Quiroga worked to make Patzcuaro the capital of the New Spain province of Michoacán, but after his death, the capital would be moved to nearby Valladolid (today Morelia). Continue to Mexico City. Arrival and Lodging in the hotel.
Day 10: Mexico City – Airport
Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to the airport to take flight. (Flight ticket not included in the prices)
Transfer Airport – Hotel – Airport in Seat-in Coach in English / Spanish All Tours mentioned on the program in Seat-in Coach in English / Spanish in air conditioned minivan or vehicle Entrance Fees mentioned on the program Breakfast indicated on the program Maximum 2 children sharing same room with 2 adults (no extra beds are guaranteed) Saturday and Sunday Telephone assistance in English (based in Mexico City) All Inclusive program in Puerto Vallarta: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, snacks and domestic soft and alcohol drinks 10h00 to 22h00
Price does not include:
o Airport taxes o Domestic flights, International flights o Drinks › Border fees o Bell boys in hotels and airports (1 baggage per person) o Chambermaids tips o Guides and Drivers Tips o Any meal not described on the program o Personal expenses or telephone calls o Any visit or excursion not described on the program o Sickness, accident or repatriate insurance o Mexican departure tax per person