Walking tour with a private guide
Guanajuato is one of the most amazing cities in Mexico. In the 16th century, people started living there because the mines produced much silver and gold.
This is a 4 hour tour to know the main spots in the historic center.
We'll start at Juarez Theater and then continue walking to see the Basilica of Guanajuato, Diego Rivera Museum (optional), alley of the Kiss, Alhondiga de Granaditas and some beautiful plazas (squares).
If time allows, we can use public transport to go to the Mummy Museum or an old silver mine in La Valenciana and see the church of San Cayetano.
This tour is from 1 to 3 people. If you're group is larger than that, please send me a message indicating how many people is coming, and I'll arrange private transportation if we're going to the silver mine or the Mummy museum. This has an extra cost.
Basilica of Guanajuato
University of Guanajuato
House of Diego Rivera museum (optional)
Alley of the Kiss
Alhondiga de Granaditas
Mummy museum (optional)
Silver mine in La Valenciana (optional).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of Juarez Theater on De Sopena street.
End location: Alhondiga de Granaditas.
Duration: 4 hours
Diego Rivera museum and Juarez theater are closed on Mondays. If there is an event Juarez theater will be closed.
Mummy museum and mines are open everyday.
This is a walking based tour. In case we go to the Mummy museum or La Valenciana we'll use public transport when it's for 3 people. For 4 or more I can arrange private transportation upon request.
My guiding services, and entrance fee (2 places) to Juarez theater, and one of the museums or silver mine.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
300 Pesos - Public transport.
My tour guide credential allows me to guide all over the country.
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We really enjoyed our tour of Guanajuato with Aarón. We felt like he was able to give us a lot of history and stories about the places that we visited that we otherwise would not have known. In Guanajuato it was not especially easy to find a tour guide that speaks English, so that was also a big plus for us.