MÉXICO POR SIEMPRE

MÉXICO POR SIEMPRE

CDMX - Puebla-Oaxaca-San Cristóbal de las Casas-Palenque-Campeche-Mérida- Cancún


Temas: Circuitos

O seu dia-a-dia

01/01/2020 10/01/2020

MEXICO FOREVER

HOTEL CATEGORÍA TURISTA
destinos: Mexico City
1 9 6

MEXICO FOREVER

HOTEL CATEGORÍA TURISTA
Morada
Pick up at the hotel.
Incluído

It includes:

CDMX airport / hotel transfer

02 nights accommodation with breakfast in CDMX

02 nights accommodation with breakfast in Oaxaca

02 nights accommodation with breakfast in San Cristóbal

01 Night accommodation with breakfast in Palenque

01 Night accommodation with breakfast in Campeche

01 Night accommodation with breakfast in Mérida

Visit of City and National Museum of Anthropology is History

Visit of Monte Albán-Mitla and Tule

Sumidero Canyon visit

Visit of the Indigenous Peoples

Visit of Agua Azul and Palenque

Uxmal visit

Chichen Itza visit

Visits of the Cities mentioned in the itinerary

Specialized guide for visits

Local and hotel taxes

Excluídos

Others not indicated in the program.


Hotéis

TOURIST HOTEL:

HOTEL REGENTE


SUPERIOR TOURIST HOTEL:

HOTEL CASA BLANCA


FIRST HOTEL:

HOTEL ROYAL REFORMA

HOTEL LAILA


LUXURY HOTEL:

HOTEL GALERIA PLAZA

HOTEL BARCELO MÉXICO REFORMA


SUPERIOR LUXURY HOTEL:

HOTEL LIVE AQUA URBAN RESORT MÉXICO

HOTEL GRAND FIESTA AMERICANA CHAPUL TEPEC


Itinerário:

DAY 1 CITY OF ORIGIN / CDMX

Reception at the airport, by our staff, transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.


DAY 2 CDMX - City and Museum of Anthropology Visit

Breakfast. CITY VISIT, starting with the famous Historic Center: Zocalo, Cathedral, National Palace, Diego Rivera murals, tour of the Paseo de La Reforma and Chapultepec, where the National Museum of Anthropology is located, here you can see a mosaic of the most important cultures of the country in an attractive visit. You can stay in the museum for a full tour or be transferred to your hotel. If you wish to take advantage of your free afternoon, we suggest you visit the floating gardens of “Xochimilco”. Accommodation.


START OF CIRCUIT (THURSDAY)


DAY 3 JUE CDMX - PUEBLA - OAXACA

Breakfast. Departure to Puebla de los Ángeles, to visit Santa María Tonantzintla, a temple beautifully decorated by indigenous hands. Upon arrival in Puebla: the Chapel of the Rosary, the Cathedral, the Plaza Mayor and the Historic Center. Lunch. Departure to Oaxaca. Arrival and accommodation.


DAY 4 OAXACA - MONTEALBAN, MITLA Y TULE

Breakfast. In the morning we will go to Monte Albán, an archaeological zone built on a mountain, where we will find manifestations of the Olmec, Zapotec and Mixtec cultures: The Great Plaza, the Observatory, the Tomb No. 7, the Stelae of the Dancers. Later we will see Mitla, the city of the dead, an important site of beautiful decoration based on symbolic frets. We will know the Tule Tree, perhaps the most voluminous living being in the world. We will visit Oaxaca, a beautiful colonial city, including the Cathedral, the magnificent temple of Santo Domingo and Museo del Oro Lodging.


DAY 5 OAXACA - SUMIDERO-SAN CRISTÓBAL

Breakfast en route. Early departure to Tuxtla Gutiérrez, capital of the state of Chiapas. We will enjoy the landscape offered by the orography and flora of the Sierra. Transfer by boat to the imposing Sumidero Canyon that is about a thousand meters high at its maximum point. We will pass through Chiapa de Corzo en route to San Cristóbal. Accommodation.


DAY 6 SAN CRISTOBAL - Indigenous Peoples

Breakfast. Visit of San Juan Chamula and Zinacantán, indigenous indigenous populations, who preserve their traditions, language, religious beliefs and social organization. The Church, housing and clothing are worth appreciating. Free afternoon. We suggest walking through this beautiful city and visiting the typical Mercado, Santo Domingo, the Cathedral, the Herbalist Museum and the Jade Museum, where there is a replica of King Pakal's Tomb. Accommodation.


DAY 7 SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LAS CASAS - AGUA AZUL - PALENQUE

Breakfast. Continuation to the Agua Azul Waterfalls, with beautiful turquoise hues. Possibility of swimming. We will continue to Palenque. Accommodation.


DAY 8 PALENQUE - CAMPECHE

Breakfast. Visit to the archaeological zone of Palenque, treasured in the jungle. One of the most important in the Mayan World, both for historical findings and for its beauty. Inside the Pyramid of the Inscriptions was the sarcophagus of King Pakal, with a gravestone engraved in relief. Temple of the Foliated Cross, Temple of the Sun and the Palace. Continuation to find a beautiful panorama of the Gulf of Mexico. Free food We will continue to the beautiful walled city of Campeche. Panoramic tour Accommodation.


DAY 9 CAMPECHE - UXMAL - MERIDA

Breakfast. Departure to Uxmal. Visit this archeological area of ​​great architectural beauty: the Pyramid of the Fortune Teller, the Quadrangle of the Nuns, the Governor's Palace, the Ball Game. Continue to Mérida, "The White City" where we will take a panoramic tour: The Paseo de Montejo, the monument to the Homeland, the Main Square with the Cathedral and the Government Palaces. Accommodation.


DAY 10 MERIDA - CHICHEN ITZA - CANCÚN or RIVIERA MAYA

At 06:30 a.m. Breakfast. Departure to Chichen Itza, the most renowned Mayan city in Mexico. Archaeological site where advanced archeo-astronomical knowledge is revealed. We will visit one of the 7 new wonders of the world, the famous pyramid of Chichen Itza: The Temple of Kukulcán, the Ball Game, the platform of the Skulls, the Temple of the Jaguars, the Observatory, the Square of the Thousand Columns, the Sacred Cenote. Arrival at the majestic cenote IK-IL where we can swim. Continue to Cancun. (Lodging not included). END OF OUR SERVICES.


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HAPPY RETURN, SOON!

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Mexico City

Acerca da cidade

Mexico City is a vivid metropolis and cosmopolitan city situated on a plain in the central highlands at an altitude of 2, 286 metres. It is the capital city of Mexico, and the largest city in North America by population. Spanish administrative buildings and private houses in the heart of the city have replaced the temples of ancient Mexico and has resulted in a synthesis of both old and new architectural styles. Located at the Plaza de la Constitución, in the Historic Downtown, the Catedral Metropolitana is the country's largest cathedral and its construction took 250 years. The lower section is quite plain but the upper section is of Baroque and Neo-Classical design. It contains many altars and the main altar is made from solid gold. An elevator ascends the Torre Latino America, an earthquake-proof tower that was built in 1958. A viewing platform provides a wonderful panoramic view that includes the Palacio de Bellas Artes, with its orange and yellow dome, and the Juárez Monument. Of course a visit to Mexico DF would be incomplete without the Mariachi music. Go to the Plaza Garibaldi in the evening, and enjoy the Mariachi music.Located 50 kilometres from Mexico D.F. are the ancient remains of Teotihuacan that was once a centre of trade, art and ritual ceremonies. Its Sun Pyramid is one of the greatest building achievements of ancient times and it is considered by one of the most important cultural centres of mankind.The city's fascinating history is reflected in both its art and architecture with age old charm, Indian roots and elegant buildings. For surprises, sights and history galore, Mexico D.F. definitely deserves a visit.

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