3 in 1: Guanajuato - Dolores Hidalgo Magic Town Atotonilco from San Miguel de Allende

Come and fall in love with Guanajuato, Dolores Hidalgo and Atotonilco! Glorious and Magical Destinations, with wonderful tunnels and romantic alleys that lead us to find beautiful squares, churches, fountains, where more than a thousand legends are narrated. Guanajuato, unique in its kind, charming, colorful and mystical, Dolores Hidalgo, recorded in history as the cradle of National Independence; The catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo proclaimed the beginning of the independence movement here on September 16, 1810. Our first stop will be the church of the Virgins Sorrows (Maria). Afterward we will hit the highlights of the city. We will make our way to a pottery works shop to see the process in action. Atotonilco, is known as the Mexican Sistine Chapel because of all the pictorial art contained in the interior of this beautiful Sanctuary. Its founder was Father Luis Felipe Neri de Alfaro who dedicated the greater part of his life to carrying out this evangelist work, putting in the hands of the artist Miguel Antonio Martínez de Pocasangre the creation of murals depicting the Life and Passion of Christ.

Inclusion: Land transportation, bilingual guide, admission to the Diego Rivera Museum

Optional: Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla House Museum, José Alfredo Jiménez Mausoleum, Mummies Museum, Callejón del beso, Valenciana Mine, Talavera Mayólica de Santa Rosa, Presa de la Olla.

Exclusion: Food and tips, nothing previously specified.

We recommend you bringing the following items: Walking shoes, hat, biodegradable sun protection or sun block, sun glasses, camera, T-shirt and denim pants (jeans)

Operation: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 (museums are closed on mondays).

Minimum: 02 passengers

Duration: About 10 hours

Schedule: 9:00 hours