Mexico City Based Day Tours of the
This 7 day/6 night tour offers a few of the most
popular day tours available in and around Mexico City using Mexico City as a
base for all accommodations. The tours included Mexico City highlights
aboard a "hop on, hop off" bus, the Shrine of Guadalupe, the ruins of
Teotihuacán, Xochimilco, Cuernavaca, Taxco, Puebla and Cholula.
Begins and ends in Mexico City.
This tour runs
daily, year round.
DAY 2 (SUN). MEXICO
CITY. TURIBUS - Breakfast. Today we
travel through the history of Mexico aboard the Turibus, visiting his most
representative attractions: archaeological, modern and contemporary colonial in
a fun and cultural tour. It features up to 21 stops in which they can walk down
and meet the city after a while return to it and continue the journey. If you
like you can take the second tour stop connecting in the Cibeles Fountain and
make your trip more complete. Return to the hotel (one day ticket). (B)
Day 03. GUADALUPE SHRINE / TEOTIHUACÁN PYRAMIDS.
Breakfast. We will begin our journey visiting the Square of the three cultures,
where the past and the present mix, we will also visit the Basilica of Our Lady
of Guadalupe, Patroness of America; continue to the impressive archaeological
zone of Teotihuacán, to admire the monumental Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon,
the temple of Quetzalpapalotl, the citadel and the avenue of the dead. We will
also visit an arts & crafts center. Return to the hotel and rest of the day
DAY 4. XOCHIMILCO.
Breakfast. A panoramic Tour of the World Trade Center, the Siqueiros Cultural
Polyforum, the Mexico Bullring, the Theater of the Insurgentes, the Olympic
Stadium, the University City, the lava gardens of San Angel; after, visit
Xochimilco, a world heritage site, to ride an Aztec boat; and then to the
colonial district of Coyoacan with its XVI century mansions and the impressive
paintings at the church of Saint John The Baptist. Notice: As an added value on
Saturdays, this tour includes the Famous Saturday Bazaar in the XVI century San
Angel district. (B)
/ TAXCO. Breakfast. Panoramic tour in Cuernavaca , the city of the eternal
spring, to visit one of the oldest Cathedrals in America, the Palace of Cortes,
its mansions and avenues. From there we will continue to the Sierra Madre to
visit one of its treasures: Taxco, known as the ―World Silver Capital, and being
a UNESCO World Heritage site, to visit the famous Baroque parish church of Santa
Prisca, its cobble stoned streets and the silver artwork of its people. Return
to the hotel and rest of the day free.
Day 06. PUEBLA / CHOLULA. Breakfast.
Visit Huejotzingo, and its XVI Century monastery of San Miguel; we will also
visit the world's largest pyramid at the archaeological zone of Cholula with its
365 churches. Continue to Puebla, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where the
majority of its buildings are decorated with tiles and beautifully sculpted
freestone; we will also see its majestic Cathedral at the main Square, the
chapel of the Rosary, considered the eighth wonder of the art world, the convent
of Santa Monica and the Onyx and Talavera ceramics factories. Return to the
hotel and rest of the day free. (B,L) (Available only Tuesday, Thursday and
Day 07. DEPARTURE TRANSFER. Breakfast. At
the time indicated, transfer to the airport to board your return flight home.
End of services.
NOTE: The day of operation of the tours may vary.
Begins and ends in Mexico City.
2020 Mexico City Hotels/Per Person
Camino Real Polanco
Single - $2,280 Double - $1,600
Triple - $1,375
Reforma or Barcelo Reforma
Single - $1,650 Double - $1,025
Triple - $1,000
Calinda Geneve, Zocalo Central,
Historico Central or Galeria Plaza
Single - $1,370 Double - $890
Triple - $770
Budget Hotels are available on
This Tour Includes:
6 nights in Mexico City, daily breakfast, arrival and departure
transfers, one day ticket for Turibus, Guadalupe Shrine and Teotihuacán
Pyramids/ Xochimilco / Cuernavaca - Taxco with lunch / and Cholula - Puebla Tour
MORE IMPORTANT INFORMATION –
PLEASE NOTE – Even though private tours are available,
the tour presented above is not private. This tour is offered on
a shared basis so you will be traveling with others. It is
possible that there will be different passengers traveling with
you on some tour days. This is so the tour can be organized in
such a way so that all passengers scheduled for that tour day
can travel together. There will be the main tour route and some
other shorter routes which overlap the main route. Again, there
will not always be the same people touring days because they
will be joining the main tour and in some of the cities visited.
TOUR LOGISTICS – Upon arrival
you will be met and greeted outside the customs area by your
pick up and transfer representative. He will provide you with
our welcome packet with the local version of your itinerary,
travel recommendations and the appropriate hotel vouchers,
normally for the accommodations for the first and last nights.
Vouchers will not be provided for all hotels on tour since your
guide will be with you during your tour and he will have those
vouchers. You will then be transferred to your first night’s
hotel for check in and overnight accommodations.
During the rest of your tour you will
be picked up at the entrance of your hotel at the time
designated in your local itinerary. Then you will either begin
your tour or pick up others at other hotels or be transferred to
a meeting place where you will join other passengers to begin
the tour. Where there is any question about the exact pick up
time at your hotel your guide will call you and/or the front
desk to confirm the exact time of his arrival at your hotel.
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