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Dolores Hidalgo

Dolores Hidalgo

Dolores Hidalgo is the birthplace of the Mexico independence because on the dawn of  September 16th 1810, in the atrium of the Parish “Nuestra Señora de Los Dolores”, the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla gave “El Grito” that harangued the population to fight for their freedom and independency; who left a legacy of crafts traditions with works on looms, carpentry, pottery talavera style, and it is the biggest attractive of the city.

Atotonilco

“An encounter place with living glorious Jesus Christ” it was what the father Luis Felipe Neri de Alfaro built from the inspiration of a dream. This Sanctuary in honor of Jesus of Nazareth is known as the Sistine Chapel of America by the great variety of frescoes depicting countless passages and religious figures.

We know that in the year 1810, the priest Miguel Hidalgo took of the sacristy the standard with the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe that was used as a banner to the insurgent army.

Atotonilco

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San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende Tour

This city is distinguished by its squares and buildings, both civil and religious with its elegant colonial ambiences make it a unique city. Thanks to its recent artistic community became popular as a destination for vacationing and place of refuge for retirement, being San Miguel de Allende a excellence place of cultural enrichment.

In a historic downtown walking tour, we will know the city from its pre-Hispanic origins, also through its colonial period (1510-1810) and what it represents till our days.

We will visit: The Parish of San Miguel Archangel, The house of the General Ignacio Allende, the house of the Counts of La Canal, Theater Angela Peralta, Domingo Allende’s House, place where the conspiracy meetings were held.

The second tour that we offer, complete the first, with the visit to El Chorro, Juarez Park, The Instituto Allende and the Botanical garden. For sure after these tours you will not need more reasons to be fascinated with the life of San Miguel.

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Guanajuato Tour

Guanajuato

Its origins go back to the rich veins of silver, discovered in the sixteen century.  The generous viceroyalty endowed this city with beautiful temples,  palaces and city squares.

On this tour among other places, we will visit the museum Diego Rivera, The Juarez Theater, The University, and the Mummies museum,    as well as pass through its underground street and tunnels which make this city a unique appeal.

Guanajuato

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Pozos Tour

“Ghost town” with less than 3,000 inhabitants, this city had been changed its name on multiple occasions, being one of them “Ciudad Porfirio Díaz” named after the year 1900, period in which still had up 80,000 inhabitants.

Mining town which produced gold, silver, iron, and mercury mainly, Pozos now houses such productive old mining ex-haciendas in ruins; stoic air that has fostered the idea of making this an art center because we can find up to ten different galleries.

Pozos
Pozos

Santa Brigida, place where it is the fortin (fort) and where the foundation of Pozos was.

The Hacienda Cinco Señores which was one of the most biggest in the city and a walk in the down town visiting some of the stores where the local people manufactures prehispanic musical instruments, is the perfect itinerary to enjoy the serenity that this city offers to us.

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Apaseo

Apaseo is a small city dedicated for over 60 years to the wood carving craft. In a small family workshops located there, we can find artisans  working the woods such as: Pine,  cedar and lignum vitae (Palo Santo), making  crafts for direct sale to the public or waiting orders ranging from rustic furniture, religious statues, masks, animals, mythical heroes, or ancient gods, even any sculpture that you wish to have it.

The artisans are capable of transforming with only a picture, a piece of wood into an incredible unique sculpture to be part of your personal collection or, just give a unique touch to your home.

Apaseo

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Queretaro

Queretaro

Even though Queretaro is an industrial city, despite its size is perfectly ordered and is one of the cleanest cities around the country, its historical Center has that rich colonial feel, so attractive for the tourism.

Among other important events this place was where the constitution was promulgated in 1917 and ended with the second monarchy in the country 1867 when Maximilian was executed.

Stressing also because of the many monasteries located here arise the Franciscans in charge of evangelizing the north of the country.

It is interesting to visit: El Cerro de las Campanas, La Plaza de Armas, El Museo Regional, go through the Ex-convento de la Santa Cruz, and Santa Rosa de Viterbo, as well as to know El Acueducto the symbol of the city. 

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Opal Mine
Opal Mine

Peña de Bernal

In Bernal, walking through the main square to admire its church and visit its stores where you can buy beautiful rugs of wool or taste its typical candies, are just a few of the attractions of this city, then we will know the third largest monolith in the world: “La Peña de Bernal” where to climb to the top there is a path in the first half, although the last tranche of about 45 meters is vertical, making it a delicious appeal for fans of rock climbing, what can be call as a great experience with the help of an local agency.

At 20 minutes from Peña de Bernal are the Cavas Freixenet, you can visit this place for a tasting of their wide variety of wines.

Tequisquiapan; is a typical Mexican town that invites us to admire its beauty, there we can find deposits of thermal waters in addition to crafts rod / wicker. Another choice that you will find is an opal mine located closes this town.

For lunch Mansion Galindo Restaurant is one of the most interesting places, as it was an hacienda that Cortez gave as a gift to “La Malinche"

Peña de Bernal

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Teotihuacan

This city, which incidentally, are unknown important matters as its original name and the ethnic affiliation of their founders, however makes clear, that it was a cosmopolitan city by the documented presence of groups from the Gulf Coast or the valleys.

Now, year after year in the spring equinox million of people congregate to be loaded of energy in this mythical sanctuary. After its restoration in the late nineteenth century; to admire the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, walk in the Avenue of the Dead, and climb the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, is the route required to conjecture to have visited, according as the Aztecs said: "The Place Where Men Become Gods".

We also have in San Miguel an archaeological zone, called "La Cañada de la Virgen", which although it is not open to the public yet, it is expected to be open officially during 2010

Teotihuacan

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Morelia

Morelia

Morelia & Patzcuaro

Absolute cultural recreation in just 2 days.

Morelia is a Colonial city founded in 1531, with majestic building made with sand stone as the main material, essential feature that made this city, the place of residence of the first emperor of Mexico, "Agustín de Iturbide". However, owes its name to one of the main heroes of independence: "José María Morelos y Pavón.

After being one of the first Purépecha indigenous towns, developed such a potential that allowed them to never be conquered by the Aztec Indians. The cathedral, El Museo de Las Mascaras and the famous Aqueduct, are part of the itinerary of the day.

Janitzio

Pátzcuaro: City that combine the formal colonial architecture with the native indigenous construction. You will find many crafts such as rugs, tablecloths, etc. Visit La Casa de los Once Patios, the Art Museum, the Basilica, besides appreciating the local handicrafts.

We will visit the mythical Island of Janitzio, as well as the typical Indian village Tzintzuntzan or Santa Clara del cobre.

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Monarch Butterflies

If you are connected with the nature, this is a pleasure that you must not ignore, and if you wish to have a unique experience, this tour is perfect for you.

This place was discovered since 1975, and during the months of November to  mid April we have the opportunity to visit the lepidopteron whose extraordinary strength allowed them to fly more than 4000km in about 33 days, from North America, to survive the winter and pass the mating season, these are the aimed of 7 to 20 million Monarch butterflies.

Whether riding in a horse for about 20 minutes to reach "Chincua” or hiking in a double of time to get to "El Rosario" it is unforgettable arrive to the Sanctuary in the provinces of Michoacán, declared by UNESCO Natural Heritage of Humanity.

Monarcas

Monarcas

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