Traditions and history of Mexico's National Drink
When you visit Tequila, you will take in the entire array of Flavors of Mexico. You will you be able to know the interesting process of planting and care of the agave plant, its uses for other products and its work - traditional and industrial - to give life to the Mexico's National Drink through complex steps that, in the end, give it its flavor, quality and texture. You will not leave these sets without first tasting some of their most famous drinks.
Visit its historical buildings, the most emblematic are the Church of La Purisima and the City Hall, which houses an interesting mural painted by a local artis that represents the emergence of Tequila from a lighting bolt that fell just in a plant agave. Visit also the distilleries where you can get closer to the history of the production of this iconic drink which over the years, has become synonymous with Mexico around the world. Enjoy the view of the impressive agave landscape, honored with the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
9:30 a. m. Pick up at your hotel in the Guadalajara Metropolitan area. In route to the city of Tequila you will admire the beautiful patches of the blue agave fields and as we drive alongside the magnificent Sierra Madre of the West.
Upon arrival to the city of Tequila, we will board our open trolley for a complete guided tour of
the city including two Tequila distilleries, to learn about the ancient and modern process of elaboration, as we have tasting to distinguish the various types of Tequila. After a walk in the Center to visit the Church and City Hall you will have free time for lunch before driving back to Guadalajara at 2:30 p. m. to arrive to Guadalajara around 4:30 p. m.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 7 hours
Audi Q3 SUV. Modern and clean.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
600 MX pesos - Per person Lunch. If you buy some Tequila bottles the cost per bottle is around 25 USD
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Luis was a great guide. He answered all our questions and was very knowledgeable. He provided a great itinerary and excellent company.