Mexico City, San Miguel & Taxco
7 days (9 meals)
The heart of Mexico – Mexico City – has it all.Â From the ancient past as the Aztec metropolis of Tenochitlan; through Spanish colonial reign and into the ultra-modern thriving capital it is today. We will view all these aspects and more. This is Joâ€™s favorite international capital – it seems to have something of everything. At our customers request, Go…With Jo! has included a side trip to Taxco and one night in San Miguel de Allende. The tour is programed so that those who wish may attend the Ballet Folklorico.Â Ask your guide to help you obtain tickets.
DAY 1 – Depart the Rio Grande Valley traveling through ranch land on our way to Monterrey and Saltillo to Matehuala.Â Overnight at Las Palmas Midway Inn in Matehuala.
DAY 2 – Arrive into San Miguel in time for a late lunch.Â Known as the Mexican Hill Town and considered by Americans as a retireeâ€™s Mecca, San Miguel is a photographerâ€™s delight, a shopperâ€™s paradise, a history buffâ€™s dream.Â Your centrally located hotel puts you right in the heart of it all.Â Put on your walking shoes as we take you on a walking tour of the downtown area.Â Each turn of the cobble stone streets presents a new vista.Â Â Overnight at theÂ Casa Primavera in San Miguel de Allende. Â Â Â B
DAY 3 – Leave this charming town behind and travel to Mexico City. En route, visit Teotihuacan, an ancient city mysteriously abandoned for over 800 years.Â This impressive complex of ruins includes the exquisitely sculptured Temple of Quetzlcoatl, the Avenue of the Dead, the Pyramid of the Moon and the Pyramid of the Sun – the third largest in the world.Â Enjoy an included lunch. Then on to Mexico City.Â Overnight at the Hotel Royal Reforma in Mexico City.Â B, L
DAY 4 – Included tour to Cuernavaca, known as the City ofÂ Eternal Spring, with a climate so delightful that it has been a long time favorite to Mexico City dwellers as theirÂ second home.Â Also visit Taxco, the silver city, with narrow, winding cobblestone streets. White stucco buildings with red tile roofs crowd the hillsides.Â Time for shopping before we return toÂ Mexico City.Â Overnight at the Hotel Royal Reforma in Mexico City. Â Â Â Â B, L
DAY 5 – Visit the Historical Center before visiting the enchanting Dolores Olmedo Patino Musuem where peacocks strut across the lawns and Frida Kahlo originals decorate the walls of the building. Then take a ride on a launch through Xochimilco, the floating gardens of Mexico where mariachis serenade you as you enjoy an included lunch. Your night is free to enjoy on your own. Those who wish will thrill to the Ballet Folklorico, (optional) a presentation of Mexico in song and dance.Â Overnight at theÂ Hotel Royal Reforma in Mexico City.Â B, L
DAY 6 – Before leaving Mexico City, visit the Shrine of Guadalupe and the Plaza of Three Cultures. Depart for Queretaro, the opal center, where you have free time to shop the downtown area and have lunch in one of the sidewalk cafes or at the more Americanized restaurant on the square.Â Continue to San Luis Potosi where a special musical treat awaits you – scheduled for 8:00p.m. Overnight at the Hotel Real Plaza in San Luis Potosi.Â Â Â Â B
DAY 7 – Homeward bound through Saltillo and Monterrey reaching the border about 6:30pm. Â Â Â B
Price per person:
Single - $759
Double - $629
Triple - $619
*Currently there is NO CHARGE for the Mexican Visa on land tours of 7 days or less!
Departs from Brownsville at 5:30a.m.; from Harlingen at 6:00a.m.; from Weslaco at 6:30a.m.; and from Mission at 7:00a.m.; or from your park with a specified number
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