Tour Mexico City and Surroundings Highlights

Tour Mexico City and Surroundings Highlights

Package Duration
9 Days / 8 Nights
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  • Description :
    Mexico City - Anthropological Museum - Xochimilco - Guadalupe Shrine - Teotihuacan Pyramids - Puebla City - Cholula - Tula - Tepotzotlan - Cuernavaca - Taxco - Coyoacan - San Angel
    Package Includes :
    • Nine nights accommodation at hotel of your choice in standard room
    • 8 Breakfasts at hotel
    • Lunches at:
    • Guadalupe Shrine and Teotihuacan Pyramids
    • Puebla and Cholula
    • Tula and Tepotzotlan
    • Cuernavaca and Taxco
    • Federal Taxes
    • Transfers and tours as per program, in shared service. on A/C Transportation
    • Bilingual guide ( English / Spanish)
    • Entrance fee
    Package Excludes :
    • Any Air ticket international or local airport taxes
    • Personal expenses, meals, beverages, tips to guide and drivers, tips to bellboys and chambermaids at hotel
    • And services not clearly mentioned in program

  • Day 1: Mexico City

    Arrival in Mexico city, Meeting at the airport and transfer to your pre-selected hotel.
    Accommodation at hotel.

    Day 2: Mexico City Tour With Museum

    Duration: 6 Hour Tour
    Operation: Daily

    Today you will experience the worlds biggest city, Mexico city, with its precious treasures of nature, culture, art and history. The guide will show and explain the Zocalo (main square) where you find the National Palace and the Cathedral, Bellas Artes Opera and the Latinoamericana tower, that survived the 1985 earthquake.

    Then we continue to the residential area of the metropolis, Chapultepec park and Lomas.

    Then we continue to the world famous Anthropological Museum (closed on Monday), here you will get an excellent insight and summary of Mexican history and archeology. One of the World's 10 best museums.

    Return to your hotel.
    Rest of the day at leisure.

    Day 3: Xochimilco Tour and Folkloric Ballet

    Duration: 4 hour tour
    Operation: Tuesday to Sunday

    Drive to the Plaza de las Cibeles, Poliforum Cultural Siqueiros, Bull Ring and the University City recently declared by UNESCO human patrimony. This building was constructed on a petrified sea of lava.

    Before continuing to Xochimilco's floating gardens, ride to through the canals on a "trajinera" surrounded by a floating world of mariachi and marimba music.

    Duration: 3 hour tour
    Operation: Wednesday afternoon and Sunday morning & afternoon
    The Mexican folkloric ballet performs in the Palace of Fine Arts.
    Before the performance, you can admire the beautiful glass curtain, depicting the Popocatepetl and Iztacciuhuatl volcanoes.
    The folkloric ballet of Mexico is internationally known for its magnificent choreography and music, representing all regions of the Republic.

    Note: please be informed that sometimes performance takes place at Teatro Hidalgo due compromises gotten by Palace of Fine Arts.

    Day 4: Guadalupe Shrine, Teotihuacan Pyramids Tour

    Duration: 6 Hour Tour
    Operation: Daily

    The tour starts with a visit to the sacred shrine of the national GUADALUPE on the Hill of Tepeyac, place of peregrination of millions of Mexicans and around the world people. Is the holiest place of Catholic workshop in Latin America. This cathedral was visited several times by the pope John Paul II besides of millions of Christians during pilgrimage.
    Afterwards continuation to the northern part of the Mexico city to Teotihuacan, where gods, men, heaven and earth met in the mythical past; visit the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon and the impressive Temple of Quetzalcoatl.

    Time for those who want to climb the pyramids on their own risk.

    You will enjoy free time for taking pictures and do some sightseeing on your own.

    Day 5: Puebla and Cholula Tour

    Duration: Full Day Tour
    Operation: Tuesday

    Day trip to historic Puebla, where the imperial French army suffered one of its most bitter defeats in 1863.

    You will wonder at the exuberant magnificence of the Rosary Chapel, visit the enormous and austere Cathedral and the hidden Monastery of Santa Monica.

    The city is also famous for its Spanish-style "talavera" tiles, which are integrated in this town's architecture, giving it a most peculiar appearance.

    Before returning to Mexican City, you will visit Cholula, known as the town of 365 churches, and for its tunneled pyramid of Tepenapa, the country's largest, on top of which the conquerors built the church of our Lady of Remedios.

    Day 6: Tula and Tepotzotlan Tour

    Duration: Full Day Tour
    Operation: Wednesday

    An interesting excursion to ancient Tula, capital of the mighty Toltec empire, which flourished long before the arrival of the Aztecs. Visits include the Ball Game Court and the impressive Temple of the morning star, topped by the world-famous "Atlantes", giant monolithic warriors standing guard, and the "Coatepantli", an awe-inspiring wall of serpents.

    On the way back to Mexico City, stop at Tepotzotlan for a visit to its colonial monastery, where you will admire some of the world's most magnificent baroque altarpieces, carved in wood and covered with authentic gold leaf.

    Day 7: Cuernavaca and Taxco Tour

    Duration: Full Day Tour
    Operation: Daily

    A day trip to the city of eternal spring, Cuernavaca, visiting the Cathedral.

    Continuing to the silver town of Taxco, with its cobble-stoned streets and atmosphere of long ago.

    Visit churrigueresque style Santa Prisca church, and browse through the countless silver shops.

    Returning to Mexico City in the late afternoon or early evening.

    Day 8: Coyoacan and San Angel Tour

    Duration: Tour
    Operation: Daily

    Trip to the south of the city along Insurgentes Avenue, the longest avenue in Mexico City passing by the Insurgentes Theater, which has a Diego's mosaic mural, which tells the story of Mexican theater.

    Coyoacan, an old colonial town which is now incorporated into Mexico City is where we will visit the famed Blue House which Frida Kahlo's father built and her home for most of her life.

    Then continuation to San Angel a neighborhood famous for its Saturday crafts market (the Bazar del Sabado) where artists and high quality craftsmen sell their wares.

    Day 9: Mexico City

    On time, departure from your hotel to the Airport for flight to your next destination.

  • Package Terms & Conditions :
    • Quoted in US Dollars, including federal taxes valid at the present time (modification if drastic changes in our country occur). For larger groups, conventions, incentives, business, etc., please request special quotation. Hotels mentioned could be substituted for similar hotels and client may accept or reject, supplement or discount may apply. Hotel classification in this tariff is as per the Mexican Government office and may not be at all times precise. The hotel rating is not regulated by Mexican Government and should therefore only be taken as a guideline till written confirmation in case of reservation. Hotels may charge supplements if travel during National Holidays, Eastern or Christmas / New Year. Liability will be limited to the reimbursement of services not supplied for failure of our own service, and cannot be held responsible of acts of God, acts of the local government or any other authority, wars, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, epidemics, delays, loss or injury caused by reason of any company or person contracted by us, in our condition of Agent to carry out services. Liability is according the Mexican Law. All baggage carried at the Owner's risk throughout the tour. Domestic Flights Are Not Included In Rates.
  • Tourist Class

    Rates for toursit class hotels 4*
    Rates per person in USD Tax Included

    Double Room (2 Pax)Triple Room (3 pax)Single Room (1 pax)
    $966 USD$961 USD$1,329 USD

    First Class

    Rates for toursit class hotels 4*
    Rates per person in USD Tax Included

    Double Room (2 Pax)Triple Room (3 pax)Single Room (1 pax)
    $1,068 USD$1,036 USD$1,595 USD

    Deluxe Class

    Rates for toursit class hotels 5*
    Rates per person in USD Tax Included

    Double Room (2 Pax)Triple Room (3 pax)Single Room (1 pax)
    $1,195 USD$1,217 USD$1,807 USD

Contact Detail

Tour By Mexico

Contact Person :-

Mr Jesus Leiva Gomez

Address :-

Merida, Merida, Mexico