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• Tour Type: Travelian Day Trip
• 1 Day
• Small Group: Max 18
• Physical Demand: Level 2
 

Immerse yourself with an insider Travelian guide on a day trip of discovery in Guanajuato, focusing on a variety of the neighborhoods, squares, alleys, and architecture of this labyrinthine city.

From the Mirador El Pipila, where you look out across the grand architecture of Centro towards the colorful palette of red, blue and green-painted homes on the hillsides, you will start a descent into experiencing both the magnificence of the city’s religious and civil buildings, as well as the neighborhoods of the everyday where the city truly lives its day-to-day life.

The majesty of the structures in the Centro owes much to the silver-mining bonanza of the 17th and 18th centuries, and the more modest residences of the people, who today use those buildings, radiate out from them in every possible direction. Find yourself feeling lost following the twisting streets of town, only to find one of its open, inviting green squares around the next corner.

Enjoy lunch in one of Centro’s fine European restaurants. Consider the finely-crafted offerings of one of Guanajuato’s premier silversmiths. As a surprise, enter and marvel at one of the city’s hidden cultural gems. Consider the fortress-like Alhondiga and the classical European-styled Mercado Hidalgo.

Join Travelian’s expert guides on this small-group tour and embrace the variety and vitality that is Guanajuato in comfort and safety.


Itinerary - 1 Day


DAY 1 - GUANAJUATO INSIDER'S WALKING DAY TOUR
7:45 AM - Meet at St. Paul´s Church (Cardo #6)
8:00 AM - Depart for Guanajuato 9:30 am Visit Mirador "El Pípila"
11:00 AM - Stop at Plaza de Mexiamora and walk past Teatro Principal
11:30 AM - Walk past Jardín de la Unión and Teatro Juárez
12:30 PM - Lunch* at a wonderful restaurant
2:00 PM - Brief visit to the "Universidad de Guanajuato"
3:30 PM - Visit the Plazuela San Roque and Jardín Reforma
4:30 PM - Walk past Alhóndiga de Granaditas
5:00 PM - Depart for San Miguel de Allende
6:30 PM - Approximate arrival time to San Miguel de Allende at St. Paul's Church (Cardo #6). Our guides will call taxis ahead of arrival time for those of you who need a ride to your homes or lodging.

* Meals marked with an asterisk are not included in the tour's fee.
This itinerary is subject to changes without prior notification.

 
 

WHAT TO TAKE

 
     
  Official ID your current Passport, Mexican residency ID (copies are fine)
  Original INAPAM ID (if you have one)
  Credit Cards, Debit Card, Cash in Pesos (No cash machines are available)
  Active Cell Phone Active Cell Phone with recharger
  Bring sufficient funds for meals and beverages not included in trip cost
  Money Belt
  Water Bottle
  Binoculars
  Camera
  Hat
  Sunblock
  Sunglasses
  Day Pack
  Rain jacket or poncho
  Umbrella
  Light-weight Walking Shoes
  Be sure to bring your own Kleenex and small change for bathroom fees
  Personal prescription drugs
 


     
 

Further details about this tour

 
 
 
.   Travel Physical Demands
.   Reservations
.   Payment Options
.   Cancellations
.   Trip Insurance
     
 


 

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Travelian Tour Leader

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Susana Ojeda
Photo of Rodrigo López Susana holds a Master’s degree in History and Interdisciplinary Studies from University of Guanajuato and a career in Marketing from the Monterrey Institute of Technology.
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Dates

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Aug 15, 2017

 
 

Aug 14, 2018

 
 

Aug 13, 2019

 
 

 

Tour Cost

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  Aug 15, 2017........

$3500 mxn

  Aug 14, 2018

 

  Aug 13, 2019

 

 
   
 
 
  Sack breakfast
  Entrance fees
  Comfortable private transportation with driver
  Tipping & porterage taken care of by tour leader along the way
  Travelian tour leaders
  Small group experience: 18 travelers maximum
 

Featured Photo

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  The tunnels of Guanajuato are an architectural feature of the city that reveals their mining-town heritage.

 
 

 

Physical Demand

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    LEVEL 2
    Includes Level 1 plus: Walking or hiking modest uphill/downhill in town or on improved (paved or gravel) trails for a period of up to four hours at a time. Or walking in urban settings with stair-climbs.

Click here for a description of all activity levels.
 
 
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