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The trip to Oaxaca was very well organized, varied, interesting and educational. Trip leaders Rick and Valerie were knowledgeable, hospitable and welcoming. They made sure that each member of the group had what they needed for safety and comfort...and they were very flexible and attentive to the desires of the group. — Lynne N. Oaxaca 2018
Ring in the New Year in Mexico! This fabulous adventure will take us to Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato! Three enchanting cities full of life and history famous for indigenous cultures, archaeological sites, European architecture, and of course incredible cuisine.
Your guide is University of Utah Associate Professor of Anthropology, and Mesoamerican archaeologist, Rick Paine. Rick will guide you through the history of the area, by taking you to sites like Teotihuacan, the templo mayor and Tula. You'll also explore churches, gardens, tunnel systems and art that will help you discover the colonial influence Spain had on the region.
Tour Highlights Include:
A guided tour of the ruins of Teotihuacan, templo mayor and Tula where Rick will explain the history and mythology.
A visit to The Hidalgo Market which was designed by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel who also designed a certain tower in Paris
Visits to Frida Kahlos home, the Museum of Anthropology, the Santuario Atotonilco, Dolores hildago
Visits to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. (Four if you choose to join us on the extension)
New year’s celebration in San Miguel de Allende full of fireworks, delicious food and cultural displays.
Eight nights' accommodation.
12 hand-picked culinary delights for lunch or dinner, as well as daily breakfast
Private bus for day trips, with local driver and English-speaking guide