Welcome to Toluca
Like many colonial Mexican cities, Toluca’s development has created a ring of urban sprawl around what remains a very picturesque old town. The traffic problems alone can be enough to dampen the city’s appeal, but those who make time to visit will find Toluca a pleasant, if bustling, small city. It’s an enjoyable place to spend a day exploring attractive plazas, lively shopping arcades, art galleries and... Read More
Top experiences in Toluca
Mexico Colonial Jewels 4-Day Tour from Mexico City
Day 1: Toluca - Morelia (B)In the morning, you will leave Mexico City towards the colonial city of Morelia. You can be picked up from your hotel or airport. On route, stop at Toluca where you will visit its Cathedral; the Cosmovitral and the botanical garden or simply stroll through the Civic Plaza. Continue to the historical center of Morelia considered as one of the most beautiful cities in Mexico, not only for its historical importance, but for its monuments. You will visit the Governors Palace, the Main Square, the Candy Market and a gorgeous church named Capilla de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe. Day 2: Michoacan - Guanajuato (B)This day you will go through the green state of Michoacan and you will get to Patzcuaro just in time to visit it and cross the lake to the island of Janitzio to enjoy the panoramic views from the monument to Morelos. On the way you will visit the archaeological zone and the monastery at Tzin tzun tzan town. Continue to Guanajuato for overnight.Day 3: San Miguel de Allende – Guanajuato (B)After breakfast, you will depart to San Miguel de Allende. This appealing colonial village features several unusual buildings such as the Parroquia de San Miguel, the Municipal Palace (formerly the Casa Consistorial), and the Casa de Mayorazgo de la Canal. Return to Guanajuato.Day 4: Guanajuato – Mexico City (B)Start the day with a walking tour of this magical and historical downtown, considered as a World Cultural Heritage Site by the UNESCO. The Juarez Theatre, the Church of our Lady of Guanajuato, the University, the Hidalgo Market and its legendary cobblestone streets full of stories are some of the highlights of this city. In the afternoon you will return to Mexico City and be dropped-off at your hotel or the airport.