Visit Central & Colonial Mexico
Central and colonial Mexico is the heartland of the independence movement with vestiges of colonial conquest and culture all on show.
San Miguel de Allende is a baroque masterpiece, Morelia's Cathedral is a showstopper, Guanajuato's riches extend far beyond a history of silver and gold, while the heaving mass of Mexico City offers a hectic and buzzing window into Mexico's modern and pre-Hispanic heritage.
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Discover the legacy of the Aztec, Mayan and Spanish empires on this comprehensive 13-day tailor-made tour of Mexico’s finest sites, ideal for the first-time visitor.
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Where to go in Central & Colonial Mexico
For centuries Guanajuato was the wealthiest city in Mexico thanks to the silver and gold pouring from its mines; today its riches reveal narrow alleys, churches, museums and buildings in a riot of colours and symmetries.
Located high on the Mexico's central plateau, Mexico City is the country's economic and federal heart, a pre-Hispanic settlement built on the ruins of the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan.
Morelia was one of the first cities founded after the Conquest, and despite its large indigenous population, feels Spanish - with broad streets of 17th-century mansions and outdoor cafes sheltered by arcaded plazas; the colonial architecture captivates visitors and locals alike.
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