See the Spanish colonial highlights of Santiago de Querétaro on a tour by motorized trolley. You'll learn about the city's history from your guide's narration and admire the destination's landmarks along the way. You have the option to choose a 1-hour route or a 2-hour route to get a larger perspective of the city and its main attractions.
Santiago de Querétaro sightseeing tour
Pick a 1-hour route through the city, or see more on a 2-hour route
At booking, select to take either a 1-hour route tour or a 2-hour route tour. Departing from Querétaro’s historical downtown, you'll follow the sightseeing route that highlight the colonial city's history and architecture.
Learn about the role of heroine Josefa Ortíz de Domínguez in the Mexican War of Independence as you make the journey from Plaza de la Corregidora. You'll roll past some of Querétaro’s churches, monuments, and public squares and see important landmarks.
View colonial buildings and important monuments while you motor through the city streets. View El Acueducto, Plaza de la Corregidora, and other popular spots.
Reviews by Viator travelers
NO English tour available - though site said there was and the Mayaland Tour company booked us
, May 2019
Though I telephoned the Mayaland Tour company directly as required to book a time and date 2 weeks in advance for a 2-hour ENGLISH-speaking tour, when we got there the operators had no record of our booking. Worse, there were no English tour available that day or any day ever.
There was a lot of hemming and hawing under the tree in the square when I showed the paper receipt for 3 pax for an English tour. We were told they were the only possible tour operators - had been for years - and they don't offer tours in English ever. After 30 minutes of not budging, the exasperated manager (who had done all the due-diligence and called her people) offered us to go for "free."
Eventually, we went on the tour. My husband and I with high school Spanish understood about a 1/3, but my 80-year-old mother just sweated on the sunny-side of the trolley (glass panels enclose all but a slot in the front and one at the back). The guide did his best, but basically ignored us. The tour was interesting and the cheerful guide answered everyone's questions and more.
It's not the guide or operator's fault. It's certainly cheap enough, and if your Spanish is good enough, I'd highly recommend learning about the history of Queretaro and its place in Mexican independence.