Discover the rich art and architectural delights of Mexico City and the amazing Aztec archeological site of Teotihuacán, the largest city in pre-Columbian America. Travel to the revolution-era city of San Miguel de Allende to see Frida Khalo's lost etchings, and enjoy a hands-on class at the renowned Sazon Cooking School. Then, tour the colonial gems of Guanajuato and Morelia—both UNESCO World Heritage Sites—and Patzcuaro. Full of history, colorful markets and talented craftsmen, you'll visit ancient ruins, elegant cathedrals, traditional casas and museums with expert local guides who bring Mexico's colonial history to life.
- Explore the traditions and architecture of Mexico's colonial past in six cities and towns on a single journey
- Enjoy atmospheric, boutique luxury hotels created in former monasteries, private homes and landmark buildings
- Discover the beautiful, historic city of Guanajuato on a walking tour of the colonial center and botanic gardens with a private guide
- Tour the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Morelia, one of Mexico's most significant Spanish Colonial cities, and the handicraft center at Casa de Artesanias
- Visit villages at Lake Patzcuaro, famous for artisan work and their annual Day of the Dead celebrations, and Santa Clara del Cobre, known for elaborate silver work