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Highlights of Mexico Tour

This suggest tour route includes 4 unique destinations of central Mexico; Mexico City, Guanajuato, Taxco and Acapulco. The tour covers the two best examples of colonial Mexico; the charming city of Guanajuato and the white washed town of Taxco a silver lover’s paradise. The tour divides the time spent Mexico City into two sections to allow visitors to take a breath of fresh air from the pollution and traffic but also allow time to experience one of the greatest cities of Central America.

The tourist route concludes at the magnificent beaches of Acapulco, a once famous jet setting beach resort which is rediscovering its allure. This tour has been designed (and traveled) for a intense tour so that visitors can discover the a varied selection of highlights in Mexico in a brief time. The tour relies on the safe and inexpensive coach network and the entry point into Mexico is via Mexico City airport.

Brief Description of the Mexican Tour

  • Day 1 to Day 2 Mexico City
  • Day 3 Travel to and half day in Guanajuato
  • Day 4 Guanajuato
  • Day 5 Travel to Mexico City
  • Day 6 to 8 Mexico city and Pyramids
  • Day 9 Travel to Taxco and half day in Taxco
  • Day 10 Half day in Taxco travel to Acapulco
  • Day 11 to 13 Acapulco
  • Night 13 and Day 14 – Night bus to Mexico city airport and flight home.

Detailed description of tour route - Day 1 - 2

A brief introduction to Mexico City, Central America's largest, most vibrant city but polluted city. Mexico City may appear daunting and draining for new visitors in part to the pollution,traffic and hassle but scratching the surface unearths a fantastic city with multicultural architecture, engaging atmosphere and amazing night life. The two days are spent explore the historic centre around the Zocalo, trying new Mexican food and explore the markets packed with tourist bargains.

 

Detailed description of tour route - Day 1 - 2

A brief introduction to Mexico City, Central America's largest, most vibrant city but polluted city. Mexico City may appear daunting and draining for new visitors in part to the pollution,traffic and hassle but scratching the surface unearths a fantastic city with multicultural architecture, engaging atmosphere and amazing night life. The two days are spent explore the historic centre around the Zocalo, trying new Mexican food and explore the markets packed with tourist bargains.

Day 3

The bus journey to Guanajuato takes approximately 4 hours and the coach leaves from Mexico City's north bus station. The highway route passes through dry arid landscape with small villages dotted among the difficult farming land. Guanajuato is nestled on the mountain range which runs the length of the country.

Day 4

Guanajuato is a breath of fresh air and is a beautifully preserved example of traditional colonial Mexico which lies within silver veined silver hills which provided the wealth of the city to fund the many extravagant churches and beautiful colonial architecture. The city has a young energetic atmosphere, in part due to the large university which centres around the Jardin Union and is watched over by the statue of the city's hero, El Pipila.

Day 5

Return coach journey to Mexico City and the evening spent in the trendy area of Coyocan packed with small bars, tasty eateries and crowds of young Mexicans.

Day 6 - 8

Two days in Mexico city to further discover the hidden treasures of this vast metropolis:

First day should be spend lazing or partying (depending on your outlook) the canals of Xochimilco.

Second day visiting the Pyramids of Teotihuacan.

Day 9

Taxco is a beautiful white washed colonial town which history has been so closely associated with either the mining ofsilver or the creation of delicate silver jewelry.

Travel to Taxco and half day exploring.

Day 10 -13

The morning is spent exploring the back alleys and Half day in Taxco and travel to Acapulco.

Day 14

Night bus back to Mexico city and flight back home.

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