Day 1. Departure in flight to Mexico City. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation
Day 2. Breakfast. City tour including Zocalo, National Government Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral and National Palace and Fine Arts and National Museum of Anthropology. Rest of the afternoon free. Accommodation.
Day 3. Breakfast. Visit the archaeological zone of Teotihuacán and Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Free afternoon. Accommodation.
Day 4. Breakfast. Visit the south* zone of the city. Mercado Jamaica: the markets are undoubtedly one of the places where you can really appreciate the daily life of a people and in Mexico, they are an explosion of smells and colors. Continuation to the neighborhood of Coyoacán; In this neighborhood is where the famous Blue House where Frida Kahlo lived, and the Studio House of Diego Rivera, an architectural space worth seeing. Its famous Saturday Bazaar is the setting in addition to a Garden of Art in the Plaza de San Jacinto and that over time also attracted artisans from different parts of the country, who have also put an outdoor market of Mexican crafts. Accommodation.
Day 5. Breakfast. Departure by car to the city of Guanajuato, visiting the towns of Querétaro and San Miguel de Allende along the way, a city that has known how to preserve its colony and its traditions. Late in the afternoon, arrival in Guanajuato and accommodation.
Day 6. Breakfast and visit to the city of Guanajuato, Cultural Heritage of Humanity, by UNESCO since 1988. In the afternoon, transfer to the city of Guadalajara, the birthplace of the Mariachis and Tequila. Accommodation.
Day 7. Breakfast and visit of the first Mexican site inscribed in the category of the cultural landscape in 2006: Agave Landscape and Old Tequila Industrial Facilities. It is located in the Tequila Valley and includes the municipalities of Amatitán, Arenal and Tequila, belonging to the state of Jalisco.
Day 8. Breakfast. Visit the Historical Center of the city: Metropolitan Cathedral, the Palace of Justice and the Cabañas Cultural Institute, which was built as an orphanage in 1843. An architectural work, without a doubt one of the most beautiful in Guadalajara, is the Degollado Theater, inaugurated in the year 1866. Four squares constitute the main square of the city center, which frame the Cathedral in a crossway: Plaza Guadalajara, Plaza Liberación, the Rotonda de Los Hombres Ilustres and Plaza de Armas. Just twenty minutes from downtown Guadalajara is San Pedro Tlaquepaque. Here you can find fabrics, fine silver and gold jewelry, leather goods, regional sweets and all kinds of handicrafts. Return to the city and accommodation.
Day 9. Breakfast. Departure to the province of Colima. Surrounded by lakes and rivers, Hacienda San Antonio is located 40 minutes north of the State of Colima and its capital and at the foot of the Volcán del Fuego. Experience the life of a traditional Mexican Hacienda, where you can enjoy the natural beauty of its ecological reserve. Built at the end of the 19th century, it is part of a coffee plantation. You can take walks, bike rides, horseback riding. etc. Accommodation.
Day 10. Breakfast. Day off.
Day 11. Breakfast. Transfer to the airport of Colima to depart in flight back to Spain, via Mexico City. Night on board
Day 12. Arrival.