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No. 7 Colonial Jewels Of Mexico Tour

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7 Days and 6 Nights
Mexico City
Mexico City
Min Age : 0+
Max People : 14

We recommend combining our Colonial Jewels of Mexico Tour with our Mexico City Package

Fascinating Colonial Highlights and Authentic Mexico!


Many people decide to go to Mexico for its amazing beaches and for the chance to relax and have some fun but, there is so much more than that and Mexico is so much more than a pretty cristal water beach! Among the possible ways of visiting and living a trip to Mexico, one is represented by the colonial cities, which allow us to discover a new and peculiar aspect of the country through its evolution artistic and architectural, but also historical, economic, social and cultural of the last centuries. More than any other, Mexico is, in fact, the nation that boasts the greatest wealth of testimonies relating to the European colonial era in the different continents, and it is no coincidence that UNESCO also protects seven places dating back to the colonial period as a World Heritage Site. So, to get a taste of real Mexico and learn more about its histories, its architectural beauty and all things Mexico this tour is the best shot to do so! Another big plus is that you can visit Guadalajara and Tequila, two unique places most tourists don’t visit at all!

Bucket list  

  • Get ready to learn more about colonial history and find out lots of UNESCO places on this tour – Visit 6 UNESCO Places 
  • Colonial towns – Go back in history and explore the colorful streets of some of Mexico’s most beautiful colonial jewels. Get to know Mexico as it is.
  • Tequila City – Yes! Learn where and how this spirit is made and taste some.
  • Guadalajara – Visit Mexico’s second-largest city, the birthplace of many Mexican traditions such as mariachi and tequila


Departure & Return Location

Starts in Mexico City and ends in Mexico City

Departure Time

9 am every Wednesday

Price Includes

  • Six nights’ accommodation in a standard room at the hotels above mentioned or similar
  • Daily breakfast as indicated in the itinerary
  • All transfers and excursions as specified in the plan, operated in Shared Basis
  • Entrances to sites mentioned in the itinerary
  • Bilingual Guide during all program (English-Spanish Language)
  • All Taxes (VAT and hotel taxes)

Price Excludes

  • Airfares (domestic and international)
  • All services, meals, or items not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses, such as phone calls, laundry, beverages, etc.
  • Tips to bellboys, room-maids, drivers, and guides

Top reasons why traveling with us is the best option

Our No.7 Colonial Jewels of Mexico Tour is one of the best options to get to know the colonial cities of Mexico.

It covers the top highlights of Mexico comfortably, leaving you time, to add an extension of your holidays in any other part of Mexico.  

  1. Our selection of Hotels is guaranteed to be the best options available for the category we offer. (The might vary depending on availability when booking)
  2. The category of accommodations is 4*, but you can always contact us to upgrade and take the rest of the services as mentioned.
  3. Our Tour Guides for our Touring Holidays are knowledgeable enough to explain in-depth all you need and experienced enough to coordinate the best time for you in Mexico.
  4. Our program has the perfect balance to cover the essential points of interest in Mexico but never too long for you to come back home tired from your holidays. 
  5. We include the best options for transportation in Mexico. We own the vehicles we use, and all of them are brand new, no more than four years old.
  6. We always include the Transfer In, no matter where you arrive in Mexico or which Airport. We would like to be your first contact and offer you our support along the way.
  7. We have the best customer support, and we know that maybe you will visit Mexico just once. This is why we encourage you to contact us to help you plan the best holiday for you and your family. 


Today, we will leave the big city and we will pick you before 09:00 am. This morning we will depart to Queretaro, an attractive city that has played a crucial role in Mexican history. It situated at the bottom of a basin surrounded by hills from where you have excellent views. After a short tour around the town´s well-preserved historic center, recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage. You will visit The Aqueduct, The Cross Convent, and The Historical Center. Then, we will continue to San Miguel de Allende, one of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico. Let us show you the highlights of the city, including the famous “Parish of San Miguel,” the iconic church in Neo-Gothic style with the pink, sugar-candy pointing towers. These bizarre towers designed by an untutored Indian, Zeferino Gutierrez, in the late 19th century. In the main chapel, you will see the much-revered image of the Cristo de la Conquista, made from corn stalks and orchid bulbs by Indians in Patzcuaro in the 16th century. In the evening you will have some free time for dinner and enjoy the night ambiance of the city – also a great opportunity for typical shopping crafts.

Included: Shared Transportation, Walking Tour with Bilingual Speaking Guide in Queretaro and San Miguel de Allende (English-Spanish Language), Entry to places mentioned, Overnight Hotel in San Miguel de Allende.

8 hours activity

Mexico – Querétaro – 2hrs 45 min

Querétaro – San Miguel de Allende – 1hr 15 min


After breakfast in the hotel, we will continue to the town of Dolores Hidalgo a small town where Miguel Hidalgo, father of Mexico, delivered his famous “Grito de Dolores” (Act of Independence). This act symbolizes the start of the Mexican independence movement in the early nineteenth century. Then, we proceed to Guanajuato recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage. You will be surprised by the beauty of this city, with its winding lanes, its Plazuela shaded by Indian laurels, its large variety of decorative styles, its Mummy Museum (optional visit), and its curious underground avenue. The city is a real jewel among Mexico´s colonial towns. This visit, mainly on foot, includes the Hidalgo market, Juarez Theater, the University, the “Alley of the Kiss” and the monument of El Pipila, a hero of the Independence.

 Included: Breakfast in Hotel, Shared Transportation, Guided Tour with Bilingual Speaking Guide during all excursions (English-Spanish Language), panoramic visit, Overnight at Hotel. 

8 hours activity.

San Miguel de Allende – Guanajuato – 1hr 10 min


In the morning, departure in the northern direction to the beautiful city of Zacatecas (UNESCO), a magnificent historical monument of the vice royal era, located on a hillside of the Cerro de la Bufa. Pink quarry stone constructions and plazas, filigree ironwork on balconies, narrow streets, and stone-paved streets, polished by time, create an extraordinary profile. The city was founded in 1548, initially as a residence for those working in the surrounding mines. At the time it became a cultural center with beautiful architecture. Visit the cathedral, built-in 1752, which is considered a masterpiece of the baroque style. Carved in pink quarry stone, its main entrance resembles delicate lace with garlands of flowers and foliage with a large rose in the middle. You will have a gorgeous panoramic view of the city from Cerro de la Bufa, where we take the cable car and visit the Eden mine. It will be a great experience entering the pit, as we hop on a small train with narrow wagons, like those used in the New Spain era to transport precious minerals. 

Included: Breakfast in Hotel, Shared Transportation, Guided Tour with Bilingual Speaking Guide (English-Spanish Language), Entry to places mentioned, Overnight at Hotel.

8 hours activity 

Guanajuato – Zacatecas – 4 hrs. 15 min


We will travel to western Mexico, to the pottery village of Tlaquepaque. Tlaquepaque is probably Mexico’s largest and most significant arts and crafts center, hosting wares from all over the country. Present-day Tlaquepaque is still rich in local tradition and art. It attracts many of Jalisco’s most talented artists and has a reputation for the quality and diversity of its products. The heart of Tlaquepaque is El Parian, a favorite place to relax for people wishing to watch other people, enjoy a local bite, or merely to sit and watch the world go by, enjoying the steady pace of life of this small town. We proceed to nearby Guadalajara, Mexico’s second-largest city and home of many of Mexico’s most beloved traditions. 

Included: Breakfast in Hotel, Shared Transportation, Guided Tour with Bilingual Speaking Guide (English-Spanish Language), Entry to places mentioned, Overnight at Hotel.

8 hours activity 

Zacatecas – Guadalajara – 4 hrs. 20 min


Today we start with a visit to some places in Guadalajara: Government Palace, Degollado Theater and a panoramic view of Hospicio Cabañas (UNESCO Place if Open to Public). Then, we will transfer to the town of Tequila, to the origins of Mexico’s most famous liquor. On the way to Tequila, we will enjoy spectacular views of agave plantations. In the colorful town of Tequila, we will visit one of the most recognized haciendas dedicated to the production of tequila, to learn about the production process of Mexico’s national drink. Of course, we will also have the opportunity to taste some tequila! Afterward, return to Guadalajara. 

Included: Breakfast in Hotel, Shared Transportation, Visit in Tequila Distillery and Tequila Tasting, Guided Walking Tour in Guadalajara with Bilingual Speaking Guide (English-Spanish Language), Overnight Hotel in Guadalajara.

 8 hours activity

Guadalajara . Tequila – 1 hr


After Breakfast next stop will be Pátzcuaro, a magical town located on a large lake, famous for its colonial beauty and unique for its traditional customs. Among its attractions are the “Basilique of Our Lady of Health,” the “House of the Eleven Patios,” and the historic center. Don’t miss the traditional “Danza de Los Viejitos” (Dance of the Old Men), probably the most entertaining Purépecha tradition. After some free time, at the end of the afternoon, we proceed to Morelia. This beautiful city was founded in 1541 by Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza, with the name of Valladolid. In 1828 its name was changed to Morelia, to honor Don Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon, the hero of the Mexican independence movement. Morelia is known as the aristocrat among Mexico’s colonial cities. Enjoy the wide variety of cafes and restaurants with typical dishes from the region. 

Included: Breakfast in Hotel, Shared Transportation, Guided Tour with Bilingual Speaking Guide (English-Spanish Language), Overnight in Morelia.


Tour through the historic center of Morelia, listed as World Heritage. Here you can see some of the most beautiful examples of baroque architecture from the XVII and XVIII centuries. We will visit the Cathedral – with a Baroque exterior and Neoclassic interior – Plaza de Armas, the Government Palace, the Clavijero Palace, and the monumental Aqueduct. After this, we will depart towards the town of Tepotzotlan, for a short visit to this beautiful place and its impressive church (nowadays the Vice Regal Museum). Late in the afternoon, we continue towards Mexico City, arriving around 06:00 pm. Possibility for drop off at the airport, without an extra charge, or inquire about an extension in Mexico City (overnight not included)

Included: Breakfast in Hotel, Shared Transportation, Walking Tour in Morelia with Bilingual Speaking Guide (English-Spanish Language), drop off in Mexico City Hotel Zone or Airport.

Morelia to Mexico City – 4hrs



I'm a solo traveller, is there a single supplement?

Yes, you can join the group as a solo traveler. Please contact one of our agents so we can give you the best options available. 

Should I book pre/post tour accommodation?

For this tour, on the first day, you have the opportunity to arrive at the hotel at your convenience. Transportation from the Airport and the first night are included. Activities will start the next day. 

Last day of the tour, we offer the drop-off in Mexico City, and from that night, the accommodation is on your side.

In case you need help with extra accommodation please contact us we will be happy to help.

Do you arrange Airport Transfers?

Private airport transfers with private drivers are included in this tour.

Included when you arrive to Mexico City and from Morelia to the Hotel or Airport in Mexico City

Can I make my trip private?

Yes, if you would like to travel just on your own, please let us know. Some advantages are:

  • You can choose the day of the start. 
  • You can personalize your trip and make changes to the itinerary and accommodation.
  • Increase safety during COVID

What is cancellation policy?

For this question and everything you need to know before booking with us, please see our support forum. In case you do not find the answers, please contact support@satmexico.com, and we will be happy to help you.

More Questions?

You might have several questions before booking with us, like what type of transportation we use? what is the tour guides’ profile? The weather? and many others.  This is why we encourage you to contact us to fill up the inquiry form, and we will get back to you in less than 24 hours and answer all your questions.