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CONNEX CARIBE / Wonderful Mexico | 5 Days & 4 Nights | Private Basis

Wonderful Mexico | 5 Days & 4 Nights | Private Basis

Mexico is a country where people better enjoy their vacations abroad with a solid uniqueness of authentic History, traditions, ethnicity, way of life and its own intellectuality. For those who search places with a profound culture, historic legacy, colonial monuments, world class museums, pre Columbus standing pyramids and archaeological sites, Mexico has unimaginable treasures. *Tour in Private Basis Monuments / Attractions Envisaged  Mexico City: Frida Kahlo’s Museum: La Casa Azul, National Palace, Coyoacán, The Metropolitan Cathedral, Tenochtitlan Templo Mayor Pyramids, the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Teotihuacan Pyramids, Virgin of Guadalupe Shrine.  Cholula: Great…

Mexico is a country where people better enjoy their vacations abroad with a solid uniqueness of authentic History, traditions, ethnicity, way of life and its own intellectuality. For those who search places with a profound culture, historic legacy, colonial monuments, world class museums, pre Columbus standing pyramids and archaeological sites, Mexico has unimaginable treasures.

*Tour in Private Basis

Monuments / Attractions Envisaged

 Mexico City: Frida Kahlo’s Museum: La Casa Azul, National Palace, Coyoacán, The Metropolitan Cathedral, Tenochtitlan Templo Mayor Pyramids, the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Teotihuacan Pyramids, Virgin of Guadalupe Shrine.

 Cholula: Great Pyramid of Cholula.

 Puebla de los Angeles: Sightseeing on the City.

Accommodation Overview

As part of the Highlights of Mexico City and Puebla tour you will be staying at a selection of four star hotels.

Equipped with modern day facilities, these hotels are known to offer the utmost care and comfort along with high standards of service.

Accommodation for your tour will be as described below, at the following property:

4 Nights at Hotel Casa Blanca 4* or Similar in Mexico City on Bed and Breakfast basis.

Hotel Casa Blanca 4* – Located in the political, historical, economic and cultural centre of Mexico City, a few steps from the most important avenues, Reforma and Juarez, a strategic point in Mexico City. The property has rooms for meetings or private celebrations, a restaurant serving Mexican cuisine prepared by old recipes and bar overlooking the city. In the 12th, next to the bar floor, there is an outdoor pool. There is also a small gym open 24 hours and a solarium.

* Please note that should accommodation in the above listed hotel not be available at the time of your visit we will offer a similar standard.

Board Basis (Meal Plan) & Included Services

 Welcome greeting at the airport in Mexico City.

 Transportation in air conditioned vehicles.

 English speaking guide during the days of the tour.

 04 nights accommodation at the hotel mentioned above in DBL occupancy.

 Daily breakfast at all the above hotel.

 Visits mentioned in the itinerary, including entrance fees to the archaeological sites.

 Government taxes.

Exclusions

 Expenses of personal nature like tipping, laundry, telephone/fax calls, alcoholic/non- alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport taxes, any insurance etc.

 Any meals other than the mentioned.

 Gratuities in hotel (maids and bell boys).

 Beach extension hotel.

Information

  • Departure/Starting City
    Mexico City, Mexico
  • Hotels during Tour
    Hotel Casa Blanca 4* or Similar (Mexico City)
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Day 1: Arrival to Mexico City Airport

Transfer to your selected hotel.
Overnight in Mexico City | Hotel Casa Blanca 4* or Similar | Standard room on Bed & Breakfast basis
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Day 2: Mexico City. Historic Centre – Frida Kahlo's Museum and Coyoacán

***Available from Tuesday to Sunday, except Holidays*** After breakfast, you Will board a Mexico City guided tour visiting major attractions. We start where it all began, at the Zocalo. You will see the National Palace with an extended series of mural paintings that show a graphic evolution of the history of the country which were painted by Diego Rivera. The Metropolitan Cathedral, the oldest and largest cathedral in Latin America, is a spectacular building intended to distract the Aztec people from their own previous believes and convert them to the new religion. Right behind the Cathedral you will see the “Tenochtitlan Templo Mayor Pyramids” which were part of the big ceremonial center of the Aztecs. Templo Mayor was not only the most visible sight of an immense aborigine urban complex, but also represented the cosmic center of the universe for the Aztecs (entrance not included). You will continue to the Palacio de Bellas Artes, a 19th Century all white marble building functioning as a theater as well as an art museum, with many fine sculptures. To get a feeling of the city you will drive along the Paseo de la Reforma Avenue which was inspired by the “Champs Elisée” of Paris. The tour will continue to Coyoacán. Coyoacán is where Frida Kahlo spent most of her life, having lived in the same house until her death. This 1950’s house is known as La Casa Azul (The Blue House) and was donated by Khalo’s husband, Diego Rivera, with the intention of making it a museum in her honor, the Museum of Frida Kahlo. Here, Khalo’s, Rivera’s and some other artists’ work is on display, as well as photographs, artifacts and personal items, opening the doors on the life and history of the celebrated Mexican artist (entrance fee included). After visiting this interesting place, we will spend the afternoon in it´s surroundings. Coyoacán is a relatively quiet neighborhood; formerly a rural village, over the years Coyoacán has become a rich pocket of art and history in Mexico’s capital. You will explore the typically Mexican neighborhood with its museum, cafés, bookstores and markets to uncover its history. * Your local guide will instruct you about applicable policies to be followed during your stay in the Museum.
Overnight in Mexico City | Hotel Casa Blanca 4* or Similar | Standard room on Bed & Breakfast basis
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Day 3: México City – Cholula –Puebla - México City

***Available on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday*** After breakfast you will depart to a day tour visiting Puebla, considered by the UNESCO as mankind´s heritage, excellent mixture of prehispanic culture and colonial city. Your first stop will be at the archaeological site of Cholula. Cholula was second only to the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City), possibly with a population of up to 100,000. The great city stood at the foot of what appears to be an earthen hill that is, in fact, the largest pyramid ever built, covering over 46 acres and spanning an incredible 405 meters on each side! In addition to this great construction dedicated to Quetzalcoatl, the city had a reported 365 temples. After taking the city during the Spanish Conquest, Hernan Cortes vowed that it would be rebuilt with a Christian church to replace each of the old pagan temples; less than 50 new churches were actually built, but the Spanish colonial churches are unusually numerous for a city of its size. Cholula is actually divided into eighteen neighborhoods or barrios, each with a patron saint. Continue to Puebla de los Angeles to see the City Highlights. Nicknamed “The Shrine of America” due to its architectural beauty, the city of Puebla was, according to legend, created and laid-out by angels, to be enjoyed by mortals. The city received this distinction for its magnificent monuments of Spanish colonial architecture, which have earned Puebla the distinction of Heritage City. Because it is a religious center par excellence, the Heroic Puebla de Zaragoza was the first place where the Spanish conquerors settled in the region. In Puebla you can visit its central streets among buildings, façades, gardens and balconies which reflect the history and the passing years. After free time for lunch, you will return to Mexico City.
Overnight in Mexico City | Hotel Casa Blanca 4* or Similar | Standard room on Bed & Breakfast basis  | Travelling Distance Approx. 280 km
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Day 4: México City - Guadalupe Shrine & Teotihuacan

After breakfast you will take a guided excursion to the outstanding Teotihuacan Pyramids, starting with a visit to the Virgin of Guadalupe Shrine. This church is a place of pilgrimage for millions of Mexicans and followers from all over the world.  The day will then dedicate a visit to the ancient archaeological zone of Teotihuacan, north of Mexico City. This was the Toltec-Aztec ceremonial center of Teotihuacan, an archeological site with buildings bigger and as impressive or more, as the Egyptian pyramids. These monumental buildings where constructed by Toltecs, a very advanced culture dominated by the Aztecs before the colonization of Mexico. You will see its impressive Toltec pyramids dedicated to the sun and the moon, the Quetzalcoatl Temple and the fortresses, the largest monuments of their type in the world.
Overnight in Mexico City | Hotel Casa Blanca 4* or Similar | Standard room on Bed & Breakfast basis  | Travelling Distance Approx. 112 km
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Day 5: Departure

Transfer from the Hotel to Mexico City International Airport to board a flight to your selected destination.
Overnight in selected Beach Destination 
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