In the footsteps of the Conquistadors – A cultural tour in Mexico visiting Mexico City, the beautiful towns of Santiago de Queretaro, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and Patzcuaro concluding with a stay by the white sandy beaches near Puerto Vallarta on the Pacific Coast.
This fascinating tour focuses on Mexico’s Spanish colonial legacy and encompasses some of the country’s most exquisite and beautifully colonial towns.
After exploring the sights of Mexico City, you then drive north to explore some of Mexico’s most beautiful towns. Santiago de Querétaro is an attractive regional capital whose historic centre is a treasure trove of 16th to 18th century Spanish colonial and Baroque architecture. Nestled in the cool hills of the Bajio region, the picturesque cobbled streets and buildings in San Miguel de Allende have inspired artists for generations. And Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage site, founded in 1559 for it's natural sources of silver and gold, giving it an abundance of opulent colonial buildings and excellent museums.
You will then travel onto Patzcuaro before your journey ends with a relaxing stay on the beautiful and unspoiled beaches near Puerto Vallarta on the Pacific coast.