Guanajuato - Mexico City - Oaxaca by Air
❮Guanajuato - Mexico City - Oaxaca by Air
This 6 night sample itinerary includes:
- Flight into Guanajuato and out of Oaxaca
- Hotel for 2 nights in Guanajuato
- Flight from Guanajuato to Mexico City
- Hotel for 2 nights in Mexico City
- Flight from Mexico City to Oaxaca
- Hotel for 2 nights in Oaxaca
What better combination for your vacation in Mexico than the tradition and history of these cities! . Visit: Guanajuato (a colonial city in the mountains of central Mexico, was once a silver mining town, and although it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its amazing places full of color and history, its warm atmosphere of peace and tranquility, and the beautiful people that lives there, its a fantastic place to visit); after that, visit Mexico City (its historic center, better known as Zocalo, is declared World Heritage by UNESCO and is the heart of a living culture of Aztec capital city: The ancient Tenochtitlan. A stroll through the buzzing downtown area reveals the capital’s storied history, from pre-Hispanic and colonial-era splendor to its contemporary edge); and finally, Oaxaca (considered the gastronomic capital of Mexico; with the mole and its most famous export;-the Mezcal- the base of the worldwide tequila!. It is also the most ethnically and linguistically diverse state of Mexico and one of the most preserved and astonishing pre-Hispanic cities). Connect these destinations with intercity flights. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
Mexico, the northernmost country in Latin America, is also its center in so many ways, shaping much of its popular culture, language, fashion, and finance. People come to Mexico for so many reasons. One, they love its culture, a mix of Mayan, Aztec, and other indigenous influences with Spanish colonial influence. Others love its beautiful beaches, set on the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and Pacific Ocean coastlines. Still others are drawn to Mexico for its history, eco-tourism, and fun and unique tours and day trip experiences.
Guanajuato is the city that lies in the heart of Mexico known for its colorful colonial architecture and network of narrow alleyways and streets. The city is full of color and history with picturesque villages, archeological zones, arts events and vibrant festivals such as the world-renowned International Cervantino Festival. This charming city has a unique energy with so much to discover including opulent colonial architecture, tree-filled plazas, and colorful houses. Visit the Regional Museum of Guanajuato, Museum of the Mummies of Guanajuato, Monumento al Pipila Guanajuato, Callejon del Beso, and so much more!
Mexico City has become a major player on quite a few places-to-visit lists. It is one of the most important cultural and financial centers in the Americas. This cosmopolitan city has world-renowned museums, colonial masterpieces, historic and archaeological sites, bohemian neighborhoods, markets, exciting nightlife, and diverse shopping and dining alternatives for you to experience. Whatever you do, you will get to experience the city's rich cultural diversity and remarkable identity. Visit the National Museum of Anthropology, Chapultepec, Pyramid of the Sun, Frida Kahlo Museum, Bellas Artes Museum, Plaza Mayor, The Metropolitan Cathdral and much more!
Founded in 1529 in an area that was originally occupied by the Mixtecs and Zapotecs, the city of Oaxaca is a flourishing commercial center. This city recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site is best known for its various archaeological sites, colonial buildings, exquisite cuisine, colorful handcrafts production, folklore and festive environment, all of which you can witness during your stay. If all these is not enought for you, Oaxaca also offers many ecological activities, fluorecent lagoons and lush mountains. Oaxaca has it all! Visit the Temple of Santo Domingo, Oaxaca Regional Museum, Benito Juarez Market, Chapel of the Rosemary, Monte Alban, Garden of the Constitucion, Watelfalls of Hieve el Agua, Teotitlan del Valle Town, and more.
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Visit the Regional Museum of Guanajuato, Museum of the Mummies of Guanajuato, Monumento al Pipila Guanajuato, Callejon del Beso, and so much more!
Visit the National Museum of Anthropology, Chapultepec, Pyramid of the Sun, Frida Kahlo Museum, Bellas Artes Museum, Plaza Mayor, The Metropolitan Cathdral and much more!
Visit the Temple of Santo Domingo, Oaxaca Regional Museum, Benito Juarez Market, Chapel of the Rosemary, Monte Alban, Garden of the Constitucion, Watelfalls of Hieve el Agua, Teotitlan del Valle Town, and more.