Located in the heart of Mexico, we find a state that shines with history, legends and architectural gems.
The beauty of its territories, its immense cultural offerings, its delicious cuisine and its ability to transport visitors to another era, have made it one of the most picturesque destinations in the Aztec country.
Guanajuato is the perfect definition of the most colorful and colonial Mexico, waiting to be discovered with an endless number of unforgettable experiences.
Guanajuato Capital Sabor
In the center of colonial Mexico lies the state capital and, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is one of the most colorful and beautiful cities in the country.
Strolling through its charming streets, discovering the Diego Rivera House Museumthe Juarez Theater, the Kissing Alley or the Mercado Hidalgo, while enjoying life in its terraces and alleys, and the songs of the tunos that enliven the city, is the perfect way to get to know the city. Guanajuato Capital.
We will embark on a tour of the six magical towns in the state of Guanajuato, responsible for maintaining the essence of the Mexican past: Mineral de Pozos, Dolores Hidalgo, Comonfort, Jalpa de Canovas, Yuriria and Salvatierra.
Thus, we will have the opportunity to stroll through the Cradle of Mexican IndependenceWe can visit the place where the priest Miguel Hidalgo gave the ‘Grito de Dolores’; be surprised in a desert town with monuments from the XVIII century; get on a boat and go through a spectacular lagoon; get to know the land where artisans produce molcajetesone of the most used utensils in Mexican cuisine; discover a park with more than 15 volcanic craters; and access by kayak to the interior of the temple of Our Lady of Sorrowswhich has emerged from the waters in Zangarro, a village that was flooded more than 40 years ago.
San Miguel de Allende
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, San Miguel de Allende is full of charm and cultural beauty.
We will stroll through its colorful streets until we reach a picturesque 18th century mansion, former property of the artist Deborah Turbeville. Here we will discover the origin of this little-known temple of art by the hand of Cecilia, current owner and professional artist, who will guide and accompany us as we walk through its rooms full of history.
Drink up Guanajuato
We will make a private visit to the best tequila factories in the state, which share the same denomination of origin, to learn all the details of the process of making this acclaimed and renowned drink.
Afterwards, we will have the opportunity to produce our own bottle of wine, after an enriching day learning the secrets of wine pairing, in one of the wineries in the state of Guanajuato, home of the first Spanish grape varieties to reach America.
The sky of colors
The largest hot air balloon festival in Latin America is held in the city of León. At dawn, we will be able to witness how the 200 balloons begin to fill up, among which, later on, we will have the opportunity to fly. A spectacle for all the senses that will splash the sky with infinite colors, giving us an unforgettable landscape and views.
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