Guanajuato City +Tunnels + Mines Tour
$259 USD 1-3 guests

$299 USD : 4-5 guests
$395 USD : 6-7 guests
$445 USD : 8-9 guests
$549 USD : 10-12 guests
$599 USD : 13-15 guests
$699 USD : 16-20 guests



06 Hours
Guanajuato is a colonial gem sitting in a valley northwest of Mexico City. The city has been named as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.  The architecture of this gorgeous city was built using the great wealth generated from the silver mines during the 17th and 18th centuries; during this period, Guanajuato was the source for 1/3 of the world’s silver.  You will also discover the labyrinth of tunnels beneath the city as well as the Haciendas and Mines outside of the City Center.
Today, you can see Guanajuato in its preserved beauty. Coming here is like stepping back in time; the city is remarkable and offers visitors an authentic colonial experience amidst one of the most picturesque colonial backdrops to be found anywhere in Mexico.
Templo La Valenciana and the La Valenciana Mine complex is 7 km to the north of Guanajuato, atop one of the numerous hills that surround the city.  Overall, the mining complex and mine are a must visit the historical attraction to be visited as part of any trip to Guanajuato. You will also be afforded a visit to Hacienda de San Gabriel de Barrera Museum. Built at the top of the seventeenth century, this was the grand hacienda of Captain archangel Delaware Barrera, whose family was descended from the primary Conde de Rul of the noted La Valenciana mine.
Presa de la Olla (Olla Dam) was erected in the mid 18th century to provide the city with fresh water. The area became a popular stomping ground for young upper-class citizens, and later the lower classes as well. This site hosts the Feast of San Juan near the end of every June.



 Pick up at Teatro Juarez (Juarez Theater)
– San Cayetano Church (Valenciana).
– San Ramón Mine. Guided tour inside the mine (45 pesos entrance fee per person) approx $2.50 USD
– Outside of Valenciana and Guadalupe’s mine.
– Viewpoint at San Juan de Rayas Mine
– Hacienda de San Gabriel de Barrera Museum.  (35 pesos entrance fee per person) approx $2.00 USD
– Drive through Subterranean Street and Tunnels inside the mountains.
– Drive through Paseo de la Presa boulevard.
– Stop at Presa de la Olla (dam).
– Drive through Panoramic Road.
– Pipila’s viewpoint.
– Back to the meeting point or downtown.

What’s Included: 

  • 6 hours with a bilingual guide
  • Air-conditioned transportation

What’s not Included:

  • Hotel Pickup / Dropoff is not provided
  • Food & Drinks
  • Museum Entrances Fees (80 Pesos approx $4.50 USD)
  • gratuities for your guide

What to Bring: 

  • Comfortable Walking Shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Camera
  • Cash (Local Currency)
  • Dress comfortably and conservatively