Enjoy a trip to Colonial Mexico and Our Lady of Guadalupe. For more information contact email@example.com.
- Breakfast and Dinner Daily
- Deluxe A/C Motor Coaches
- Entrance and Program Fees
- First Class Hotels
- Fuel Surcharges and Gov't Taxes
- Guided Tours
- International Airfare
Day 1 Day 1 – Depart U.S.A
Enjoy the flight.
Day 2 Day 2 – Guadalajara - Zapopan
Visit the church of Our Lady of Zapopan. Later a tour of Tlaquepaque and the downtown area of Guadalajara: The Cathedral, Plaza Tapatia and many sites and historical buildings connected with the colonial era.
Day 3 Day 3 – Guadalajara -San Juan De Los Lagos - Cristo Rey - Guanajuato
Depart for San Juan De Los Lagos to visit the main Cathedral. On to Cerro del Cubilete to see the impressive statue of Jesus the King. Continue to Guanajuato which contains some of Mexico’s grandest colonial architecture. Pipila Monument, set on a hillside, affords a stunning panorama of Guanajuato and the surrounding hills.
Day 4 Day 4 – Guanajuato - San Miguel De Allende - Mexico City
Depart for San Miguel de Allende, where you will see an enchanting city with its cobblestone streets, inviting Zocalo framed by a stunning 17th century Gothic church and centuries old buildings, plus strings of cafes and numerous art galleries. Continue to Mexico City.
Day 5 Day 5 – Shrine of Guadalupe - Mexico City
Visit the impressive complex and one of Mexico’s holiest shrines “Our Lady of Guadalupe”. See the New Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe that houses the sacred image of the Virgin (Tilma), and the Old Basilica. Walk up Tepeyac Hill and the surrounding gardens. Then a panoramic city tour that includes the Plaza of the Three Cultures, Zocalo, Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace.
Day 6 Day 6 – Puebla - Tlaxcala - Ocotlan
Drive to Puebla. Visit the Cathedral and the Rosary Chapel with its stunning tiled and gold-leafed walls. On to Tlaxcala and the Shrine of San Miguel del Milagro where St. Michael the Archangel appeared to Juan Diego Lazaro and told him of a miraculous spring. Continue to Ocotlan to visit the pilgrimage church and see the image of Our Lady burnt into a tree trunk after she appeared to Juan Diego Bernardino in 1541.
Day 7 Day 7 –Teotihuacán - Pyramids
Drive to Teotihuacán, one of the best preserved ancient cities in Mexico. Teotihuacán was the most important city in North America around 500A.D. when its population was an estimated 200,000 people. We will be amazed by the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon and the mile-long Avenue of the Dead framed by countless monumental structures. Return to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe to say good bye to the Blessed Mother. Then free time for personal visits and shopping.
Day 8 Day 8 – Return to U.S.A.
Enjoy your flight.