Mexico City • Our Lady of Guadalupe • Tlaxcala • Ocotlan • Puebla • Acolman • & more...
- 7 Days - Airfare included from anywhere in the U.S.
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- A Catholic priest will be with the group to celebrate Mass. Daily Mass is available.
- Round-trip airfare from your hometown connecting to a gateway city to fly overseas is included. If your city has a direct flight to your destination, we will guarantee a direct flight as long as it is available.
- Airport Taxes, Security Fees, and Fuel Surcharges!
- Exclusively 4 or 5 star hotels in downtown areas.
- All breakfasts and all dinners. Wine is included with all dinners.
- Transportation with luxury bus.
- All entrance fees to all the sites.
- All tips to everyone involved in the tour.
- The tour fees for our guides. Our tour guides are well educated, caring, and professional. Most of them have their PhD's in Church history, archeology, philosophy, languages, or Theology.
- Luggage handling. Please pack light, one piece of luggage and one carry-on.
- We limit our group to a maximum of 24 passengers, unless the priest on the trip requests a larger group. Small groups with a 5 star service in 5 star hotels.
- If you are traveling alone and you allow us to find you a roommate, you don't have to pay the $900 single supplement. If you wish to have your own room and you are not open to the idea of rooming with another passenger, then $900 is what you pay for single supplement fee.
- Dress casually all throughout the trip. Shoulders and knees should be covered when visiting Basilicas or churches.
- Taxi and wheelchair is provided gratis for those passengers who cannot walk. But a traveling companion has to push the wheelchair throughout the trip.
- At the time of registration, as a part of the total balance, a non-refundable $500 (hotel and airfare deposit) is due in the form of a check. For example, if your trip costs $3,700, when you sign up and you pay the $500 deposit, your balance would be $3,200 and is due 4 months before departure date. If you sign up after the final payment due date or at the last minute, you must overnight the entire cost of the trip immediately.
Trip Does Not Include
- Insurance ~ The total trip cost is non-refundable, so we recommend trip insurance to protect your investment.
Day 1: Depart from the USA. Upon arrival in Mexico City you will be met by your tour guide and transfer to your hotel. There you will have time to rest and refresh. Dinner and overnight in Mexico City.
Day 2: Pick up at Hotel and transfer to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe beginning with Mass at the Basilica. After Mass we will have time for a tour of the shrine including the Museum, Tepeyac Hill, Capilla del Cerrito, Tepeyac Garden, and the Chapel of the Indians. There will also be time for personal devotions. During the visit to the Basilica of Our Lady of Gadalupe. Dinner before returning to the hotel and overnight in Mexico City.
Day 3: After breakfast we will head to the northern part of Mexico City to Tlatelolco, to visit the Three Culture Square, where is located the XVI Century Parish of Santiago Tlatelolco first catholic church of the New Continent that still exist dedicated to St. James, to honor the patron saint of the Spanish..Then will drive outside the Mexico City visit TEOTIHUACAN, UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological zone, exploring the ruins of the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon and the Aztec Temple of Tlaloc and Quetzalcoatl. Visit to a local shop of arts and crafts and enjoy lunch . On the way back to the hotel we will stop at Acolman Agustinian Ex Convent and church, for a tour at the monastery. Dinner and overnight in Mexico City.
Day 4: Following breakfast, we will leave Mexico City for a spectacular ride through the mountains to Tlaxcala to Ocotlan, "place of the burning oak", where in 1531, the Blessed Virgin appeared to Juan Diego Bernadino. The Blessed Virgin Mary burned an image of her perfections into the trunk of an old oak tree. Also we will visit The Franciscan convent of Our Lady of Assumption, today the Cathedral of Tlaxcala . It is one of a kind for having the bell tower apart from the convent. The interior still keeps a beautiful wooden coffered ceiling in a Mudejar style. After lunch in Tlaxcala we continue on to Puebla where we will enjoy a tour that includes the Cathedral of Puebla and the magnificent Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary, with its most famous scalloped gold leaf walls and ceilings, St. Dominic's Church. Return for dinner and overnight in Mexico.
Day 5: Pick up at Hotel and transfer to Mexico City Historical Center beginning with Mass at the Mexico´s Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) the oldest and largest cathedral in all of Latin America. Begun in the late 16th century, the cathedral is a medley of styles and dominates the city's huge plaza, the Zócalo. Continue the visit at the Government Mexican Palace, then the visit to the Ancient City of the Mexicas and in the Histórical Center. In the afternoon the tour will continue with shopping in a handcraft store and then we will visit the Aztec Exhibition room at the Anthropology Museum. Dinner and overnight in Mexico City.
Day 6: Pick up at Hotel and transfer to Coyoacan, beginning with Mass at the Temple of Saint John the Baptist and Ex Dominican Convent, located in the magic village of Coyoacan. Hernán Cortés and the Spanish, used the area as a headquarters during the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire and made it the first capital of New Spain between 1521 and 1523. Then the tour continue to Xochimilco, to the Floating Gardens of Xochimilco today, these last lovely remnants of ancient Lake Texcoco and Mexica Culture. Dinner and overnight in Mexico City.
Day 7: After breakfast, check out and with all our luggage, our van or coach brings us to the Shrine of the Lady of Guadalupe for our farewell and then we will depart to the airport of Mexico City to fly back to the USA.