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7-Day Wonderful Mexico Bus Tour
Product Code: 2004-116365


  • • Turibus
  • • Guadalupe Shrine
  • • Teotihuacan Pyramids
  • • Xochimilco
  • • Cuernavaca
  • • Taxco
  • • Puebla
  • • Cholula
  • • Huejotzingo
  • • Mexico City
  • • Always small groups, 10 - 14 people
  • • Complimentary airport transfers
Tour Code
7 days
Departure City
Mexico City
End City
Mexico City
Tour Type:

Experience: Cultural, UNESCO, Family

Learn about local culture with in-depth tours and activities; Visit locations designated as World Heritage Sites by the United Nations; Enjoy activities and tours that are perfect for the whole family

Style: Escorted

Tour director/guided escort is available from the beginning to the end of the vacation

Group Type: Small group

Take an intimate and semi-private trip with a small group

Activity Level: Moderate

Designed for travelers in good health who are comfortable with light walking or hiking

Quality: Standard

Travel with professional guides, enjoy more time at attractions and/or stay at comfortable accommodations

Day 01
Mexico City

Mexico City

Hotel: Royal Zona Rosa Hotel or similar

Welcome at the Mexico City! After arriving please self-transfer to the hotel.

For bookings with 2 or more rooms please indicate how the travelers will be paired together in the "Reservation Request" box during booking.

Visiting Attractions

Day 02
Mexico City

Mexico City

Hotel: Royal Zona Rosa Hotel or similar

Today you travel through the history of Mexico aboard the Turibus, visiting its most representative attractions while discovering its archaeological, colonial, and contemporary history in a fun and cultural tour. It features up to 21 stops in a Hop On Hop Off sightseeing tour of the city. If you like you can take the second tour stop connecting in the Cibeles Fountain and make your trip more complete.

Breakfast is included.

Visiting Attractions

Day 03
Mexico City

Guadalupe Shrine - Teotihuacan Pyramids

Hotel: Royal Zona Rosa Hotel or similar

Today your journey will take you to where the past and the present mix. Along the way you will visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of America, then continue to the impressive archaeological zone of Teotihuacan, to admire the monumental Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, the temple of Quetzalpapalotl, the citadel and the avenue of the dead. You will also visit an arts & crafts center.

Afterwards the rest of the day is yours to explore on your own.

Breakfast is included.
Day 04


Hotel: Royal Zona Rosa Hotel or similar

Today enjoy a panoramic tour of the World Trade Center, the Siqueiros Cultural Polyforum, the Mexico Bullring, the Theater of the Insurgentes, the Olympic Stadium, the University City, and the lava gardens of San Angel.

Afterwards, we'll visit Xochimilco, a World Heritage Site, to ride an Aztec boat. We'll continue onto the colonial district of Coyoacan with its XVI century mansions and the impressive paintings at the Church of Saint John The Baptist.

Notice: As an added value on Saturdays, this tour includes the Famous Saturday Bazaar in the XVI century San Angel district.

Breakfast is included.

Visiting Attractions

Day 05

Cuernavaca - Taxco

Hotel: Royal Zona Rosa Hotel or similar

We'll begin today with another panoramic tour in Cuernavaca, the city of the eternal spring, to visit one of the oldest Cathedrals in America, the Palace of Cortes, its mansions and avenues.

From there you will continue to the Sierra Madre to visit one of its treasures: Taxco. Taxco is known as the "World Silver Capital", and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. You will visit the famous Baroque parish church of Santa Prisca, its cobble stoned streets and the silver artwork of its people.

Afterwards we'll return to the hotel in Mexico City and you'll be free to enjoy the city on your own.

Breakfast and Lunch are included.

Visiting Attractions

Day 06

Puebla - Cholula

Hotel: Royal Zona Rosa Hotel or similar

We'll visit Huejotzingo, and its XVI Century monastery of San Miguel. You will also visit the world´s largest pyramid at the archaeological zone of Cholula with its 365 churches.

Next we'll continue onto Puebla, Unesco's World Heritage site, where the majority of its buildings are decorated with tiles and beautifully sculpted freestone. You will also see the majestic Cathedral at the Main Square, the Chapel of the Rosary - considered the eighth wonder of the art world - the Convent of Santa Monica, and the Onyx and Talavera ceramics factories.

Afterwards we'll return to the hotel in Mexico City and you'll be free to enjoy the city on your own.

Breakfast and lunch are included.

Visiting Attractions

Day 07
Mexico City

Mexico City

At the indicated time, you will be transferred to the airport to board your return flight home.

Breakfast is included.

You will be informed of transfer times by your guide, usually after breakfast and check out. Earlier transfers can be arranged if needed once flight details are known.

Visiting Attractions


Package Includes

  • Complimentary airport transfers (Pick-up and drop-off can be arranged as required.)
  • Shuttle ground transfers
  • 6 nights accommodations
  • Room tax and service charge included
  • One day ticket for Turibus
  • Guadalupe Shrine and Teoti-Huacan Pyramids Xochimilco
  • Cuernavaca, Taxco with lunch
  • Chochula, Puebla Tour with lunch
  • Breakfast Daily

Package Excludes

  • Transportation between your home and Mexico City
  • Additional fee for upgrade hotels (Please contact us for a quote if you wish to upgrade)
  • Travel insurance
  • All personal expenses
  • Our suggestions for daily tipping are the following:
    Drivers: $2.00 to $5.00/person
    Tour Guide: $10.00 to $20.00/person
    House Keepers: $2.00/person
    Porters: $1.00 per luggage
Special Notes
  • For bookings with 2 or more rooms please indicate how the travelers will be paired together in the "Reservation Request" box during booking.
  • Tour packages are completely non-refundable & non-transferable once confirmed.
  • Names on reservations must match the information included in your passport(s). You are responsible for providing us with your legal first and last names as they are shown on your passport. Once your package is processed, name changes are NOT allowed.
  • Passport & Visas
    U.S. and Canadian citizens do not need a visa to travel to Mexico; instead a Mexico Visitor’s Permit (FMM) will need to be filled out in place of a visa. It is simple form: pick one up from the check-in counter at the airport and fill it out on the airplane before you land or you can acquire one at all land border crossings. If the airline you are traveling with does not have any forms at the check-in desk or on-board the plane, don’t worry, you can get one when you land in Mexico and fill it out before you line up to have your documents checked and stamped by the officials at the airport.
    Mexico charges a fee to all tourists and business visitors arriving in the country. The fee is approximately US$22, and the money collected is handed to the Tourism Ministry to promote Mexican tourism.
  • Currency
    Mexico’s currency is the Mexican Peso. There are one hundred Mexican cents (centavos) to every peso.
    The symbol for the Mexican Peso is $. To distinguish this from the Dollar, you sometimes see it presented as MX$ or the value with the letters “MN” after it, e.g. $100 MN. The MN stands for Moneda Nacional, meaning National Currency.
    Mexican Bank notes are printed in denominations of 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 pesos. The most commonly seen and used are the 50, 100 and 200 peso notes.
  • Health
    To help people feel more comfortable about traveling to Mexico, in July 2009 tourism officials implemented a plan whereby visitors to the capital receive medical aid and assistance in case of an emergency.
    The city’s elevation and air quality should be of concern to you if you have any allergy or asthma issues, though various environmental initiatives have improved air quality to the degree that you’re unlikely to notice it. Initially the change in elevation may affect your breathing, sleep patterns, digestion, and alcohol tolerance. Take it easy, drink lots of water, and lay off the cocktails.
    Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans travel to Mexico for their holidays, just as the British travel to Spain. Most Americans travel to Mexico’s beaches, resorts, colonial cities, archaeological sites, and other well-established tourist places. Many of them don’t immunize themselves for these trips. Do you need to? Probably not, but the choice is a personal one and you should speak with your doctor if you are uncertain.
    When you are traveling in Mexico, you must take extra care when drinking water, or fresh beverages that may have tap water added to them. Also check the ice—ask if it was made with tap water especially in more rustic establishments and rural areas. Salads can also be dangerous if they have been rinsed with tap water; so again, the rule is: if in doubt, ask first! All main hotels and good restaurants use purified water throughout.
  • Safety
    According to statistics released by the Bank of Mexico, over 25 million foreigners visit Mexico for business and leisure trips (if you count the number of land-crossings—most of which remain within the border ‘free’ zone—the total number of foreign visits increases to over 80 million). The majority of visits to Mexico remain trouble-free and the violence brought about by the ongoing drug-war situation has left tourists, foreign business visitors, foreign expatriates, and most Mexicans largely unaffected.
  • Electricity
    Mexico’s electricity system is the same as that of the USA: 120 V; 60 Hz. Any electrical equipment you carry with you that operates at the higher (240v) rate will need to be dual-voltage (e.g. hair driers). A lot of electrical equipment (like video cameras, digital cameras, laptops) that operate on low voltages via a product-specific adapter will happily cope with dual voltage—check the adapter and the device instructions to be sure.
    Plugs in Mexico are the same as in the US; two flat prongs; and some have a third, circular prong for earth, and small adapters can be sought locally for these too if the plug you want to connect into doesn’t have the third (earth) prong socket. People visiting from the U.S.A. do not need to bring socket adapters as the plug fittings in Mexico are identical to those in the U.S.A.
  • Clothing
    Mexico's tropical climate calls for sundresses and sandals, shorts and lightweight trousers. Dinners are informal, but most resorts will expect men to wear collared shirts in the dining room, with no swimsuits allowed in the more formal restaurants. Bring workout wear if you plan to make use of the resort's gym or take a yoga or aerobics class. Leave your expensive jewelry at home, and keep valuables in your room's safe.
  • To protect your own property, please carry all valuable items on your person at all times. Do not leave any valuable items on the bus or at the hotel, attraction, restaurant, etc. Tours4Fun, local operators, drivers and tour guides are not responsible for any loss or theft at any location.
  • Depending on your arrival time, your hotel room may not be available until the afternoon. Most hotels allow check-in between 1:00pm-3:00pm, however some charge a fee for early check-in. Please check at the hotel desk to see if you may store your luggage at the hotel if you wish to explore the city on your own before check-in.
  • This tour/activity is overseen by a select local operator in the region. Upon booking your tour or activity and after receiving confirmation, you will be issued an e-ticket detailing the local operator's name and contact information. If you require assistance finding a specific tour, please contact us for more information.

Pricing Info

Your reservation is always subject to confirmation by email, normally within one to two business days.

* Prices for Single Occupancy apply when one person stays in one standard hotel room.
* Prices for Double Occupancy apply when two people stay in one standard hotel room.
* It requires minimum 2 passengers to operate the tour.
* Prices are per person and based on double occupancy. All prices are expressed in US dollars. Prices for vacation packages are subject to change without notice. All travel documents are the responsibility of the passenger. A valid passport with at least 6 months validity after the date of travel is required. Travel insurance is highly recommended.

Reservation Info

    1.Immediately after submitting your reservation you will receive a Receipt of Reservation via email.
    2. Within one to two business days of submitting your reservation you will receive a confirmation email from us. If you need to book an airline ticket, we recommend that you do so after you receive a confirmation of your tour reservation from us.
    3. An E-Ticket will be sent to you via email as soon as details of your reservation are confirmed or your supporting information is received by us. We will provide you with all detailed information about your tour on the E-Ticket. Contact information for local tour provider will be included on E-Ticket for your convenience or re-confirmation purpose if re-confirmation is required.
    4. Simply print your E-Ticket and present it with your valid photo ID on the day of your activity to your tour guide. Please remember E-Ticket is your proof of purchase.

Terms and Conditions

    - Your purchase does not guarantee confirmation. Your purchase will initiate a reservation process. We will confirm with you via email within one to two business days.
    - Prices may vary due to availability. We reserve the right to make price adjustment without prior notice.
    - Please refer to our Standard Amendment, Cancellation and Refund Policy before you make reservation.
    - Please refer to Customer Agreement before you make reservation.
    - Local tour provider reserves the right to make modifications to tour arrangements including order of tour activities, hotel and its location if deemed necessary.

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Departure Date:jul-01, 2017
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