The Independence Route of Mexico

All prices are in USD per person, based on double occupancy.
Visit Tlaquepaque, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, Dolores Hidalgo, Queretaro, Bernal and Guadalajara.

Day 1
Puerto Vallarta – Tlaquepaque

Lunch acompanied by Mariachis in Tlaquepaque.

Day 2
Guanajuato

Guanajuato is one of Mexico’s most colorful cities.

Day 3
Dolores Hidalgo and San Miguel de Allende

Historic city.

Day 4
San Miguel de Allende

Full day off, enjoy San Miguel!

Day 5
San Miguel de Allende – Queretaro

World Heritage Site.

Day 6
Queretaro-Bernal-Guadalajara

Colorful, Magic Village

Day 7
Guadalajara

Highlights of Guadalajara.

Day 8
Puerto Vallarta

Heading back to Vallarta after breakfast.

 

Independence route Rates Price Start Duration
  • Double room
  • Single room
$1,099 USD Tuesday 8 days
$1,399 USD Tuesday 8 days

 

Private Package
  • If these dates don´t work out for you, we can also arrange a private tour. Just send us the dates that you are interested and we will work out something for you and your group. You can leave any day, based upon availability of the hotels. We customize any tour for your private group if you rather visit other places. Museums are closed on Mondays

 

Included in the tour:

  • Transportation by bus, minibus or van with air conditioning
  • Specialized bilingual guide during the whole tour
  • 7 nights in 4-star hotels (local qualification)
  • 7 American breakfasts
  • taxes
  • all tours with entrance fees as described above,

Not included in the tour:

  • Passport and visa fees, tips, insurance, laundry, phone calls, Meals not described above, beverages, items of a personal nature, excess baggage, and/or optional excursions

Our group tour is guided in English. The individual packages are available in English, Spanish, Dutch and French.
Group Tour size: minimum 6, maximum 30.

Upcoming tours in 2017: 

January 31-February 07

If you make your reservation before July 1st 2016, you will get a 50 usd discount.

 

Independence Route of Mexico
Day 1, Tuesday: Puerto Vallarta – Tlaquepaque –1 night
We head towards one of the most famous areas of Jalisco; Tlaquepaque. Here you will have time to explore its many art galeries, restaurants and stores. Of course a lunch accompanied by Mariachis should not be forgotten! 1 night Tlaquepaque, Villa del Ensueño

Day 2, Wednesday : Tonala & on to Guanajuato, 2 nights
Visit Tonala one of the most famous areas of Mexico for all crafts.  Then on to Guanajuato. Upon arrival we will start with a city Tour. Guanajuato, one of the most colorful cities in Mexico, has many secrets to be discovered! It´s a complicated city with many tunels below the streets, but has great architecture. It´s a city that has one of the most famous universities. Have a cup of coffee on the main square, it will make you feel that you never want to leave. During our walking tour in the morning, you will see the Alhondiga de Granaditas, the Juarez theatre, the Valenciana Mine and the famous Alley of the Kiss, among others. 2 nights Guanajuato, Meson de las Poetas

Day 3, Thursday: Guanajuato,
Optional tour to the Mummy Museum

Day 4,  Friday: Dolores Hidalgo and San Miguel de Allende
After breakfast we will depart to the town of Dolores Hidalgo. This historic City, is the place where Priest Don Miguel Hidalgo rang the bell of the Church, which was the beginning of the war of Independence of Mexico. Buy some colorful ceramics which you will find here all over. We will continue to San Miguel de Allende after our visit to Dolores. We will have a walking tour through the city so that you can see all highlights, like the impressive Church. 2 Nights in San Miguel de Allende

Day 5 Saturday:  San Miguel de Allende
As this is one of the most requested places to stay, you will have a full day off to enjoy the city on your own. Or relax at the hotel of course!

Day 6  Sunday: San Miguel de Allende – Queretaro
The State of Querétaro may be one of the smallest states in Mexico, but with four World Heritage Sites declared by UNESCO, the third-largest monolith in the world, the second-most important wine-growing fields in the country and a Biosphere Reserve, it is an ideal destination for a taste of Mexico that ventures beyond the usual sun and beach. The old colonial town of Querétaro is unusual in having retained the geometric street plan of the Spanish conquerors side by side with the twisting alleys of the Indian quarters. The Otomi, the Tarasco, the Chichimeca and the Spanish lived together peacefully in the town, which is notable for the many ornate civil and religious Baroque monuments from its golden age in the 17th and 18th centuries. Not to be missed!! We will make a walking tour through this City which has been a Unesco World Heritage since 1996. We will make a walking tour through the City today. 1 night in Queretaro.

Day 7  Monday Highlights of the State of Querétaro-Guadalajara.

Today we will visit the Magical Village of Bernal: where you will see the third-largest monolith in the world. This is a very colorful town with lots of little stores and museums.  We will drive through one of the most important wine areas of Mexico. If time allows we will visit Tequisquiapan or San Juan del Rio as well before we head to Guadalajara. 1 night Guadalajara.

Day 8 Tuesday: Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta
After breakfast we will make a walking tour through Guadalajara and will show you all highlights of Guadalajara during our walking tour. See the Cathedral, the Degollado Theatre, The Government Palace with the famous murals of José Clemente Orozco, plaza Tapatia and all other highlights that you can imagine. In the early afternoon we drive back to Puerto Vallarta. End of our services.

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