Explore the Anthropology Museum, where you get to admire the vast collection of pre-Hispanic art, and walk through Mexico City’s Historic Center.
Meeting time: 3:00pm (Please arrive at least 10 minutes before at the meeting point)
Basilica de Guadalupe Tour in Mexico City
Visit “La Villa,” as the Basilica of Guadalupe is commonly known, on this half-day tour. This is the most visited site in the world by Catholics, and it’s one of the 20 most visited places in the world, overall. It receives more than 20 million pilgrims each year.
The Virgin of Guadalupe is not only a religious symbol in Mexico, but she also helps define Mexican identity, and in many Latin American homes, tribute to the Virgin of Guadalupe is paid. Throughout this tour, you get to see this influence in Mexican culture, both for believers and nonbelievers.
On this tour, you can admire both the present and the old basilica and also climb the Tepeyac Hill, where the miracle of the apparition of fresh flowers and the first of the apparitions of Our Lady of Guadalupe are remembered.
Then we visit the Museum of the Basilica, located in the old Capuchin convent, where you can see a large collection of novo-hispanic art and cultural items.
You also have free time to explore on your own or go to Mass, if you wish.
- Get to know the important religious building of Basílica of Guadalupe
- Round-trip transportation from meeting point
- Bilingual guide
- Foods and drinks