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This private, full-day tour of Guanajuato from San Miguel de Allende is a great way to get to know the city. Skip the crowded tour buses and slow public transit in favor of a private vehicle that takes you straight from your hotel to top Guanajuato sights such as the Juarez Theater, Diego Rivera Museum, and Plaza de la Paz. In addition to commentary from a guide, this tour includes all entrance fees and lunch.
Pleasure your palate with the fine wines and delicious cheese of Queretaro on a food tour of the region. Over the course of the day, you’ll learn about the milk-to-cheese production, and stroll amid rolling vineyards at a winery. Sample wine varietals and tour the winery’s cellars. You'll also explore Bernal and Tequisquiapan and relish in the convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off on this tour.
As I (Albert Coffee) guide you through this magical place, where I had the privilege of participating during the 2004 excavation field season, I'll share what I have gleaned through personal hands-on experience and years of study about ancient Mesoamerica, the legends & wisdom of local people. I am a graduate of Louisiana State University and a federally licensed tour guide. This special tour includes years of documented legends, wisdom & memories of the elders of the ranch communities on and around the historic location. You will hear about each place and its cultural significance as you journey along the path the ancients took to reach the pyramid.I have taken over 20,000 people on tours since the site opened to the public in 2011. My passion is relating in an enjoyable way information that is just coming to light in an area very recently investigated. I hope to see you soon. This is "a must do while you’re here…!" "An experience that can’t be missed." "Don’t get left behind."
In the state of Querétaro there are four archaeological zones, but only one is located within the city.Most people know the importance that Querétaro had in the history of independence, but few people know that since 300 BC it was of great importance for the cultures of the time.Visiting the archeological zone and its museum will allow you to know more about more about its history from those days until today.On the other hand, visiting the Sanctuary will give us the opportunity to admire a totally different style and yet realize that, over time, man has always felt the need to connect spiritually
Discover the natural beauty of the Sierra Gorda biosphere reserve, while exploring the most hidden corners of this mountainous paradise. Go down its rivers tubing and rowing in the rapids of crystal clear waters, abseil down a 35 meter waterfall and jump into the natural pools of turquoise water. Do not miss this incredible adventurous, gastronomical, and breath-taking experience in this wonderful Mexican natural reserve!
Visit the beautiful town of Dolores Hidalgo, cradle of Mexico’s Independence movement. See it’s magnificent church, it’s museums, local crafts and taste their delicious hand made ice cream flavors. After that, we’ll see the incredible paintings at the Atotonilco Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
It is an experience that mixes tourism and art throughout San Miguel de Allende where we meet artists in their own workshops where they do painting, sculpture, textile art, Mexican folk art and more styles. The artists receive us and tell us about their creative processes (techniques, inspiration, etc.) while we have a glass of wine and eat tapas, the tour can be personalized and private or in a group.
Explore Cañada de la Virgen, the only archaeological site in San Miguel de Allende, on this private half-day guided tour. Learn about its ancient inhabitants and hear the different theories about their lifestyle and demise. Plus learn about the significance of the layout of the buildings in relation to astronomy. A Mexican lunch is included.
Visit the 400-year-old mine Mineral de Pozos on a private full-day tour from San Miguel de Allende. Your guide shows you parts of the abandoned mine including a mine shaft (optional) and several structures, and shares details about the colonial period and mining in Mexico. Afterward, check out Lavender Ranch, have lunch at a Mexican restaurant, and walk around the central square before returning to San Miguel.
Explore the magical towns of Peña de Bernal, Cadereyta de Montes, and Tequisquiapan during a full-day tour from Queretaro. Enjoy easy transportation in an air-conditioned coach and see one of the world's highest monoliths and visit a traditional candy shop and a famous artisans market. Plus, hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
We will leave Centro for about a 30 minute drive to one of my favorite prehispanic restaurants. On the way you will see the beautiful countryside surrounding San Miguel de Allende with its majestic vistas. Upon arrival I will guide you into the restaurant where you will experience an authentic ancestral Mexican meal accompanied by Pulque, the millenary drink made from the fermentation of the juice inside the agave . The food is made from local ingredients that have been used by the natives for hundreds of years, prior to the arrival of the Spanish. Food made by local people who know how to mix all these ingredients to make a delicious and authentic meal. Your palate will experience a flavor explosion as you try the handmade tortillas with an ancestral family stamp printed on it by means of a dye from a flower.. An amazing foodie experience with cuisine so authentic you'll think you've been transported back in time. A restaurant where the menu changes according to the season.
Learn the history of Guanajuato, live the city in a local and intimate way!This tour is prepared for us to get to know the history of the city of Guanajuato with an intimate and cultural approach. This city declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, offers us the opportunity to get to know a city from the Viceroyalty era. The state capital offers wholesale culture, having the best museums in the region and the most bohemian art galleries. Its tradition is breathed in the streets, you will know its history and corners.Visiting points:Start at the Hidalgo Market.Interpretation and visit of the Alhóndiga de Granaditas.San Roque Square.San Fernando Square.Kiss alley.Miguel Hidalgo Underground Street.Peace Square.University of Guanajuato.Temple of the Company.Interpretation and visit Juarez Theater.Bell Tower Bridge.Cervantes Theater.
Mexico City has been the recipient of several cultures throughout history. The goal of the exit proposed by Ximbala, is to know the Memory and Tolerance museum while we know the diversity we can find in the historic center of the CDMX.
It is a tour where besides knowing the country's wine history we will understand all the details of how it is done, as well as how to uncork the bottles and serve them properly, which gives a plus and it is always good to know how to do it.In addition to all this, we will know the culture and landscapes of the place which is in the rural area of Queretaro, a nice and quiet place to get rid of the routine. The flexibility of the tour is total, I adapt totally to you, I have never liked being the party pooper.
We will know the history of the benefit of the Agave plant that goes back to the pre-Hispanic world, which was a fundamental plant for everyday life, we will know the preparation and consumption of Mezcal. The old hacienda of Jaral de Berrio, was one of the main estates in all of New Spain, which has the tradition of mezcal preparation. We will know how mezcal is made within the communities of Guanajuato and learn the history of this traditional drink.
Are you ready to travel to EDC México 2020?Travel in the largest group of Michoacán!The experience is being prepared ... EDC Mexico is 3 days and again we take you to live the best adventure under the electric sky.Departures from:MoreliaQueretaroMonterreyGuadalajaraAcapulcoTlaxcalaPueblaBook on our website or with authorized RP’s, WhatsApp in each tour image.