Religious Heritage, Local Experience, First Time Visitor, Day Trip / Out of Town
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children must be at least 6 y/o
Maximum travelers: 3
Spanish (fluent), French (advanced), English (fluent)
A city where Cervantes, baroque and modenicity coincide... and which once was considered the world capital city of silver...
Strolling the hills of Guanajuato, one can imagine and understand why this city was not only known by its everlasting richness. . . but by its relevance in the Independance of México. A Magic Town that saw the birth of a new nation and hometown of one (if not the best) of the best Mexican muralists: Diego Rivera. . . One must see and be there because words give no justice to such magnificent place.
Once in Guanajuato:
- Visit to a mine (75 mts. descend)
- Downtown / historic district: main (XVII/XVIII C. ) buildings. . .
- (Former) house / Museum of Diego Rivera
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meeting location: Tourists would be picked up at their hotel provided it is located within 15 minutes from Downtown Queretaro. Otherwise the meeting location would be outiside the Regional Museum at Corregidora Avenue, in downtown Queretaro.
End location: Tourists would be dropped off at their hotel provided it is located within 15 minutes from Downtown Queretaro. Otherwise they would be dropped off outiside the Regional Museum at Corregidora Avenue, in downtown Queretaro.
Duration: 1 day
Guanajuato may captivate the tourist and this may be a reason for the first time visitor to want to saty longer. Staying one or two days may be consider providing the guide has no other engagements and both parties agree on price.
Certified tour guide fee
Mine entrance fee
Estimated Local Cash Needed
150 Mexican Peso - Restaurant of their choice
Art of local artists...
Suggested by guide: Silver / gem jewerly