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RUTA 110 GUANAJUATO

8 days – 7 nights

  • Free Mexico City International Airport (MEX) Pick up & Drop off.
  • Accommodation in boutique hotels ★★★★ category selected.
  • Included meals: 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 1 dinners.
  • Restaurants distinguished and widely recommended for lunch and dinner.
  • All tips are included.
  • All the entrances to the attractions listed in the itinerary are included.
  • Certified local guides.
  • Groups of up to 12 people.

Departure Dates & Prices 2018:

USD $2,685.00
Per person, single occupancy.

USD $1,945.00
Per person, double occupancy.

USD $1,785.00
Per person, triple occupancy*.

USD $1,720.00
Per person, quadruple occupancy**.

*Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for triple occupancy case one room for 2 persons and one room for 1 person will be assigned.

**Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for quadruple occupancy case two rooms for 2 persons will be assigned.


Departure Finish

August 26, 2018

September 2, 2018

November 11, 2018

November 18, 2018

Departure Dates & Prices 2019:

USD $2,685.00
Per person, single occupancy.

USD $1,945.00
Per person, double occupancy.

USD $1,785.00
Per person, triple occupancy*.

USD $1,720.00
Per person, quadruple occupancy**.

*Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for triple occupancy case one room for 2 persons and one room for 1 person will be assigned.

**Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for quadruple occupancy case two rooms for 2 persons will be assigned.


Departure Finish

January 20, 2019

January 27, 2019

May 5, 2019

May 12, 2019

Itinerary:

  • Day 1 Arrive Mexico City, México
    (if you prefer you can arrive to Guanajuato) Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel Mexico City.
  • Day 2 Guanajuato
    breakfast & lunch. Guanajuato.
  • Day 3 Guanajuato.
    breakfast, lunch & dinner. Guanajuato.
  • Day 4 Guanajuato, Dolores Hidalgo.
    breakfast & lunch. San Miguel de Allende.
  • Day 5 San Miguel de Allende.
    breakfast & lunch. San Miguel de Allende.
  • Day 6 San Miguel de Allende.
    breakfast & lunch. San Miguel de Allende.
  • Day 7 San Miguel de Allende, San Pedro de los Pozos, Mexico City
    breakfast & lunch. Mexico City.
  • Day 8 Mexico City International Airport.
    breakfast

Special Notes:

  • Prices are subject to change without prior notice, the prices will be respected only when a reservation has been made and that it is in the limit of validity for its payment.
  • Itineraries are subject to change due to the weather, transportation and other conditions, in order to provide the best experience for you.
  • Customers are held solely responsible for their own travel documents and/or visas if required.
  • This route starts and finishes in Mexico City
  • Cancellation fee – 10% of total purchase amount.
  • Cancellation penalties per person.
    • Up to 20 days prior to start date – only the cancellation fee.
    • 8-19 days prior to start date - 30% of total purchase amount + cancellation fee.
    • 1-7 days prior to start date - 70% of total purchase amount + cancellation fee.
    • Day of start route or no show - 100% per person.
  • Unused features are non-refundable. No shows forfeit entire payment.

NOTE: We cannot grant any refunds more than 15 days after completion the route.

We leave from Mexico City and then travel to one of the richest cultural destinations in the whole country, Guanajuato, the colonial city of tradition. There you can’t miss the route to the Cradle of Independence of Mexico, the prelude to a romantic city that astonishes everyone with its admirable architecture, cobbled streets, mines, museums and its exquisite traditional Mexican cuisine, all of which will make this journey a relaxing and enriching experience for you.


Attractions R110:

 

Guanajuato

UNESCO declared Guanajuato’s historic center a World Heritage Site. Guanajuato became the world's leading silver-extraction centre in the 18th century. This past can be seen in its 'subterranean streets', a mineshaft that plunges a breathtaking 600 m. The town's fine Baroque and neoclassical buildings, the churches of La Compañía and La Valenciana are considered to be among the most beautiful examples of Baroque architecture in Central and South America.

 

Las Momias de Guanajuato

The site is a world-famous museum that exhibits 36 bodies of adults and children mummified in a natural way, due to the conditions of the terrain. Discovered over a century and a half ago, these bodies were found during works in the Cemetery of Santa Paula.

 

Exhacienda San Gabriel de Barrera

This site was dedicated to metallurgy for mining of the region. The extracted silver and gold were placed in large yards where they were finely milled and then mixed with mercury to obtain the precious metal by amalgam.

 

Alhondiga de Granaditas

The Alhondiga de Granaditas was the focal point for the first confrontation in the Mexican Independence movement and thus makes the crumbling structure one of the most important buildings in Guanajuato.

 

Mina La Valenciana

The exploitation of the mine began in the sixteenth century, between 1770 and 1800; it alone produced two-thirds of the silver mined in New Spain. It remains active today. Its maximum depth is 760 meters.

 

Dolores Hidalgo

Clergyman Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, Father of the Fatherland and initiator of the Independence movement, was the priest of the temple of Our Lady of Sorrows. In this temple, he called the people to raise arms against the viceregal government.

 

San Miguel Allende

Founded in 1524, this city has important examples of civil and religious architecture of the XVIII century. With its gorgeous colonial architecture, enchanting cobblestone streets and striking light, San Miguel de Allende is rightly one of Mexico's biggest draws and has been popular with aesthetes and romantics for much of the past century. The town was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

 

Atotonilco

The Sanctuary of Atotonilco is a remarkable architectural complex, inspired by the doctrine of Saint Ignacio de Loyola. Its interior decoration, especially mural painting, makes the Sanctuary a masterpiece of Mexican Baroque. Both the town and the Sanctuary, which were intimately linked, played a significant role in the process of Mexican independence, with impacts throughout Latin America.

 

Mineral de Pozos

Located in the middle of the desert, this place experienced a great economic boom, first during the viceroyalty and later in the Porfiriato, thanks to wealth of its mines.