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  • Meredith Peters

Explore the Rich Influences of Spanish Colonial Mexico | Sample Itinerary

Discover the influences and legacies of the Spanish Colonial era in Mexico! Visit exceptionally beautiful towns and immerse yourself in history. You will be delighted at the colorful cities and towns offering extraordinary and remarkable sights including the Colonial-style buildings, plazas and avenues.


Colonial Mexico

In this itinerary, your Colonial Mexico journey will start and finish in Mexico City. After a night here, you will head north west to the city of Morelia, one of the most beautiful cities in the country and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


The elegant 16th and 17th Century stone buildings, baroque facades and archways line the narrow downtown streets and are home to museums, hotels, restaurants, sidewalk cafes and a popular university.


The baroque cathedral is exceptionally large covering more than 2 city blocks and is unforgettable when it is lit up at night. It dominates the main city plaza and took more than a century to build (1640−1744). In the interior is a well preserved sculpture of the Senor de la Sacristia made from dried corn paste and topped with a gold crown. It also has a working organ with 4600 pipes!


Day 1 > Arrive in Mexico City


Day 2 > Mexico City, Queretaro, and San Miguel de Allende


Day 3 > San Miguel de Allende – Guanajuato


Day 4 > Guanajato – Zacatecas


Day 5 > Zacatecas and Guadalajara


Day 6 > Historic Guadalajara


Day 7 > Guadalajara, Patzcuaro, and Morelia


Day 8 > Morelia and Mexico City


Day 9 > Departure


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To learn more, hear the details of this itinerary, and start planning your next dream vacation to explore the history and culture of colonial Mexico, get in touch here!




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