Guanajuato is one of the most amazing cities in Mexico. In the 16th century, people came to this region after the silver and gold mines were discovered.
In this city, you'll enjoy watching the architecture from the colonial period and the 19th century. We can also visit one of the old mines to have a better comprehension of how it was in the old times.
Besides those places, we can visit one of the museums, where we'll learn about the history and culture of this region. One of the highlights is the Diego Rivera Museum, which is located in the house where this famous artist was born at the end of the 19th century. They have an extraordinary collection of some of his paintings.
Visit to the mine.
Visit to Juarez theater.
Visit to the museum.
Walking tour in downtown.
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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: 9 hours
The 9 hours include back and forth trip to Guanajuato.
On Monday most of the museums are closed, including Juarez theater. The mines are open everyday.
We will travel in a sedan, year 2015, with air conditioning, clean and in excellent condition. Note: This tour is for up to 3 people, if your group is lager than that I can set a tour with a bigger vehicle.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 Pesos - for the entrances to the mine and the museum, food and drinks.
My tour guide credential allows me to guide all over the country.
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We took 3 tours with Aaron. I think the Guanajuato tour was my favorite. Aaron did a great job on all 3 (but this was my favorite city). Aaron is great at tailoring the tour to your interests. And he does a nice job of providing a balanced tour (with some history, some shopping, some art etc.). He was also very kind and patient. I was traveling with my parents who are in their 60s (and slow walkers)--and he ended up spend more time with us each day than was listed on the itinerary.