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On the Mexican Wine Route

Mexico is perhaps best known for its ancient Mayan and Aztec ruins, vibrant colonial cities and endless sandy beaches. The influence of the Spanish is evident throughout Mexico, especially in the grand churches they left behind. Mexico is also home to indigenous Mexicans such as the Tzotzil Indians who still practice their traditions in small villages such as San Juan Chamula. A visit to Mexico would be incomplete without taking time to enjoy the food, best experienced in small eateries and street food stalls, each city has its own specialities.
Mexico - Xochimilco - Coyoacan - Teotihuacan - San Miguel de Allende - Tijuana - Mexico


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On the Mexican Wine Route

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Mexico is perhaps more famous for its Tequila then for wine, which was first introduced by the Spanish in the 16th century. While the wine is perhaps not at the forefront of peoples first thoughts on Mexico, it does offer visitors a different perspective to this vibrant country. Wine making is most prevalent in Baja California, where you will find many wineries producing excellent wines. The tour begins with a few days in Mexico City exploring the ancient sites as well as the food and wine found in the city. Next, we travel to San Miguel de Allende, considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and a UNESCO site, we explore the city as well as the local wines. Next, we head to the north of the country and travel along some of the ‘Ruta del vino’ and explore the valleys of La Grulla and Santo Tomás.  


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Arrival in Mexico City
Day: 1 | Arrival in Mexico City

Arrive in Mexico and transfer to your hotel

On arrival, be met by your private vehicle and transfer to your downtown hotel, the remainder of the day is at leisure. 

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Mexico city tour
Day: 2 | Mexico city tour

Enjoy a private tour of some of Mexico cities highlights

After breakfast, meet your guide and depart for a city tour, starting with the Zocalo, one of the largest squares in the world. There stands the largest Cathedral in the Americas,... more

Visit Xochimilco and Coyoacan
Day: 3 | Visit Xochimilco and Coyoacan

Travel to the south of the city to enjoy lunch on board a boat, accompanied by live music

This morning enjoy a leisurely breakfast before heading south of the city to have lunch on board one of the colourful boats that travel along the canals, a Mexican Venice! Appreciate t... more

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Teotihuacan
Day: 4 | Our Lady of Guadalupe, Teotihuacan

Today we visit Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the pyramids of Teotihuacan and enjoy a wine tasting in Tequisquiapan.

Today we head North of the city to visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, built in the 17th century. It is the most important religious site in Latin America and major pilgr... more

Winery and cheese factory tour
Day: 5 | Winery and cheese factory tour

Take a tour of a winery which specialises in sparkling wines and enjoy a visit to a local cheese factory.

The state of Queretaro is known for its wine, and the well-known sparkling wine, Freixenet is produced here. At a local winery we will learn about the production process... more

 San Miguel de Allende and winery visit
Day: 6 | San Miguel de Allende and winery visit

Take a tour of a vineyard and explore the city of San Miguel de Allende

Travel to San Miguel de Allende, recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This charming, colonial city with its narrow, cobbled streets, pastel colo... more

Visit of the vineyard and wine tasting
Day: 7 | Visit of the vineyard and wine tasting

Take a tour of a local winery, followed by a delicious lunch and wine tasting

Today a enjoy the outdoors with a leisurely walk through the vineyards before heading to the production plant and the underground cave. Next take your seat in the restaurant, surrounde... more

Visit of the vineyard and wine tasting
Day: 8 | Visit of the vineyard and wine tasting

Visit an organic winery before returning to Mexico city where in the evening we enjoy an aperitif at Tenampa.

This morning we leave the city for a visit to the Toyon winery, this winery has 12 hectares of vineyards, planted with Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, ... more

Fly to Tijuana and transfer to hotel
Day: 9 | Fly to Tijuana and transfer to hotel

Today we take a flight to Tijuana, transfer to your beautiful hotel, surrounded by vineyards

This morning we head to the airport for your flight to Tijuana. arrival meet your driver for your private transfer to the Valley of Guadalupe, on arrival check-in and relax in bea... more

Cart cart ride through the vineyard
Day: 10 | Cart cart ride through the vineyard

Enjoy a unique experience and travel by cart around the winery, followed by a wine tasting

Today enjoy a unique experience as you join your fellow travelers on a cart ride through the beautiful vineyards before tasting three award-winning wines. 

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Take a tour to two vineyards
Day: 11 | Take a tour to two vineyards

Today we travel along the Mexican wine route and visit two vineyards

We take the road along an ancient and mythical Wine Route, to La Grulla Valley and Santo Tomás Valley, some of the oldest vineyards in North America. Enjoy the tasting of white, rosé, ... more

Transfer to the airport
Day: 12 | Transfer to the airport

Private transfer to Tijuana Airport, here fly back to Mexico city and then to your onward destination

Take a private transfer from your accommodation to Tijuana Airport to board your flight to Mexico City. On arrival travel to your onward destination.

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