Downtown area. Cultural heritage site. Unesco 1996
Discover the history of this marvelous country while you are exploring beautiful churches and civic buildings constructed between the 16th and 19th centuries.
During that period, Mexico was a colony of Spain, and you will notice the Spanish influence in these constructions.
Mexico is a country that has a mixture of Spanish and indigenous cultures, and you will be listening to the history of the city and the country from the pre-Hispanic times to the present, in one of the most beautiful, clean and safe cities in Mexico.
Join me, and let me take you on a journey through time.
The itinerary depends where we meet. But some of the interesting spots that we can see are:
- Convent of La Cruz
- Plaza de Armas
- House of "La Corregidora"
- Baroque courtyard at Art Museum
- Indigenous museum
- Churc and Ex Convent of Santa Rosa de Viterbo
We'll make a stop to have a drink during the tour.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: If meeting location is in the historic center we can meet there. If not we can meet at "Panteon de los Queretanos ilustres"
Duration: 3 hours
We have very nice weather in this city. 90% of the year it is sunny. Only between the months of June and September it rains, but not everyday and usually it rains no more than one hour.
If the tour starts in the afternoon, some places could be closed (such as churches).
This is a walking tour, so we don't need transportation to do it.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
No cash is needed for this tour
- Personal Expenses
My tour guide credential allows me to guide all over the country.
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Recommend Aaron's walking tour of Queretaro. His English is excellent as is his knowledge of the city and its history. And there is so much history to this city. He met us at our hotel and walked us all around town showing us special places you would not know about if you were not on a tour. We very much enjoyed the tour.