In Michoacán we stop at at capital city of Morelia. Morelia’s colonial city center’s narrow streets are lined with well-preserved 17th- and 18th-century buildings built from the region’s characteristic pink stone
In Jalisco we will visit Tlaquepaque, officially San Pedro Tlaquepaque. Tlaquepaque is especially for its galleries, ceramics, pottery, and mariachi. It’s conveniently located less than 10 kms southeast from Guadalajara and frequently visited by locals and tourists alike.
In Hidalgo we visit Pachuca, Mineral del Monte, Mineral de Chico and Basaltic Prism Hot Springs.
In the state of Mexico we will visit Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan is a vast Mexican archaeological complex northeast of Mexico City. Running down the middle of the site, which was once a flourishing pre-Columbian city, is the Avenue of the Dead
Our exploration will also take you to Queretaro, known for its well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture such as a striking pink stone aqueduct.
It would be maybe a tour of 9 nights 10 :
First day visiting the city of Morelia (here only to sleep and get to know the city the next morning) are 9 hours of travel from PV so we would stop to eat in Tlaquepaque from 2 to 3 hours
James, buenos días
Second day of the tour, 9.30 tour of the center of Morelia, a small walking tour through the historic center. at 12 noon free time for Lunch. 3 pm departure towards the city of Pachuca.
Second night in the City of Pachuca,
third day 9 am tour of the City of Pachuca and visit to the Cedral protected natural area at 2780 meters above sea level (9270 feet) in the Cedral we will have the opportunity to hike to the viewpoint or horseback riding, height of the viewpoint 3090 meters (10,200 feet) estimated time to climb 1.5 hours to 2 walking, on horseback 45 to 60 minutes
Fourth day to know Mineral del Monte is a mining town in several mining towns were the English who brought the technology in this state,
Fifth day, know Mineral del chico another mining town and around it there are 18 mining towns which we could visit this in a canyon beautiful views
Sixth day visiting the basaltic prism hot spring area is a very nice place to spend the day in hot springs
Seventh day visit the archaeological site of Teotihuacan and learn about the drink that the ancient peoples took for their celebrations the Pulque
Eighth day departure to Queretaro to visit the vineyards and the famous Peña de Bernal ( It is the third largest monolith in the world)
Ninth day a small city tour of Queretaro and departure to PV with stopover in Tlaquepaque to eat 2 hours and follow PV