Mexico City:

A fascinating megatropolis where visitor will find themselves surrounded by history and culture, Mexico City is where the ancient past and contemporary present blend to create a truly unique experience. Museums, tourist attractions, award-winning restaurants and first class hotels are just a few of all the possibilities for a unique adventure. All of these components make Mexico city a world-class destination ranked among the best cities to visit in the world.

Gunajuato City :

Journey into the heart of Mexico’s fight for independence past by visiting the UNESCO World Hertiage City of Guanajuato.

The city, built in a ravine, with opulent colonial buildings, stunning tree-filled plazas and brightly colored houses crammed onto the steep slopes, was founded in 1559 due to the region’s rich silver deposits.

The city is best known internationally for its acclaimed annual international arts festival, the Festival Cervantino. However, this colourful and lively place holds center stage all year long with the youthful vibrancy and prolific cultural activities.

Our trips are fully customizable, allowing us to build your itinerary for any time of the year.



Our recommended custom-tailored 6-night tour package starts from $1,250 USD per person for 6-nights 7-days based on double occupancy.

Contact us today for specifics dates and availability.


Lodging , breakfast, transfers, transportation to Guanajuato & admission to all sites, attractions and tours.

3 nights in Mexico City & 3 nights in Guanajuato (transportation to Guanajuato by BUS included).


  • Day 1: Arrival to Mexico City International Airport (Benito Juarez)

Depending on the time of arrival we will visit the Historic Center, The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, which is the largest cathedral in the Americas, and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico.

  • Day 2: South Zone tour. Duration: between 8 to 10 hours.

We will visit town of Coyoacán, home of the iconic Frida Kahlo,who is considered one of Mexico’s greatest artist.

Frida Kahlo is one of the most influential iconic painters in Mexico.  Not only was she a favourite artist but also one of Mexico’s most famous artists and most importantly as a strong feminist. She’s best known for her daring self-portraits depicting the suffering she experienced in her personal life.

– Frida Kahlo’s home and museum

-Mercado – Artisan Market

-Trajineras of Xochimilco

“Xochimilco” – Variously translated from the Aztec’s Nahuatl language as “garden of flowers” or “place where flowers grow” — is an outlying neighborhood of Mexico City today; one of the capital’s most cherished Sunday traditions is  to spend an afternoon floating through the canals on brightly painted, covered wooden pole boats called Trajineras (gondolas) and enjoy mariachis playing on passing barges. But what we find most compelling is something no theme park can replicate, is the last remnant of the vast system of causeways, canals, manmade islands and floating gardens created out of the vast lake system that once covered today’s Valley of Mexico before it was blotted out by Mexico City’s sprawl.

  • Day 3

Pre-Hispanic Pyramids of Teotihuacan (8-10 Hours)

The holy city of Teotihuacan (meaning the place where the gods were created) is situated some 50 KM northeast of Mexico City in the valley of the same name. The city first formed between 150 BC and 200 AD and benefitted from a plentiful supply of spring water, which was channelled through a complex irrigation system. The largest structures at the site were completed before the 3rd century AD, and the city reached its peak in the 4th century AD with a population as high as 200,000

This archaeological site it is characterized by the vast size of its monuments – in particular the Temple of Quetzalcoatl and the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, laid out on a geometric and symbolic principles. As one the most powerful cultural centres in Mesoamerica, Teotihuacan extended its cultural and artistic influence throughout the region and even beyond.

  • Day 4

Bus to Guanajuato – Travel in comfort through the outskirts of the Mexico city and across the Mexican countryside to arrive at the birthplace of the Mexico’s fight for Independence.

Hotel check in

  • Day 5  

City of Guanajuato Food tour 3-hours

Eat  your way around Guanajuato, tour the food stands, markets and most important sites of this unique colonial Mexican City. Sample delicious food where the locals eat and walk around Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage city.

  • Day 5  

City of Guanajuato Food tour 3-hours

Eat  your way around Guanajuato, tour the food stands, markets and most important sites of this unique colonial Mexican City. Sample delicious food where the locals eat and walk around Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage city.

  • Day 6 – Museum Iconographic del Quixote, 1-2 hours

Guanajuato’s Don Quixote fixation manifests itself in countless ways. In particular, the the massive annual International Cervantes Festival, the Don Quixote Iconographic Museum, where every exhibit features Don Quixote, turns out to be surprisingly interesting- and not just for literature buffs!

Housed in a beautifully restored 18th century building, the museum features hundreds of works in countless media. Amble through the museum and see the delusional knight of Spanish literary fame, along with his trusty sidekick Sancho Panza, depicted in everything from oil paintings, tapestries and bronze statues to stranger knick-knacks like chess sets, coins, postage stamps and clocks. Definitely pencil a visit into your Guanajuato itinerary!

  • Day 7


Fly back home.