Travel through time and experience prehispanic and colonial Mexico with a private tour guide
Walk the streets of one of the first colonial cities and enjoy the architecture, gastronomy and history with a certified tour guide who will take you by the hand through the legends and facts of a romantic and baroque atmosphere.
Enjoy the syncretism of prehispanic Mexico and the new culture by witnessing from archeological sites to modernicity.
*Pick up at your centrally located hotel/airport;
*Then we drive to Tequiaquiapan (Magic Town); popular for the handcrafts made by the local people and the town's central square and beautiful church.
*Visit to Cadereyta (Magic Town); well known by its church which has a wonderful, baroque main wooden boards. . .
*. . . and finally, San Sebastian Bernal; once Spanish village and the "door" to the semi-desert.
*Drop off at your centrally located hotel/airport.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Travellers 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: Travellers 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: 9 hours
2012 Ford Fiesta, 3 passengers. Modern, clean and air conditioned.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 USD - Personal Expenses such as souvenirs, snacks, etc.
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So today we spent all day on a personalized tour with Rodrigo. He took us to the First Pueblo magico Tequis. We spent about 2 hours just walking around the town going through the markets and visiting Churches. He took us to a Vineyard where we spent at least two hours taking a tour and talking to the Master Vintner all about processing wines and before that we actually had a cheese tasting as well. The last place we went to was Bernal. Rodrigo is a special person who I would recommend to anyone.