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Private Tour in Guanajuato Capital Leaving San Miguel Allende

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

From $169.24 per group (up to 4)

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icon7 to 8 hours  (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
Mobile ticket
iconOffered in: English and 1 more
Good for avoiding crowds


Air-conditioned vehicle
Parking Fees
Private transportation
Museum tickets

Departure Point

Calz. de la Estación 155B, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico

Traveler pickup is offered
Being a private service we pass to your hotel at 10:00 am

Departure Time

Suppliers and travelers coordinate start times within the given time periods.
11/29/2019 - 10/23/2021
Monday - Sunday:10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infant seats available
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

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What is the maximum group size during Private Tour in Guanajuato Capital Leaving San Miguel Allende?
This activity will have a maximum of 4 travelers.

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Guanajuato and Delores Hidalgo in one trip
, Mar 2020
Excellent tour of Guanajuato. We were staying in San Miguel de Allende for several nights and were interested in seeing other cities in the area. It’s about 2 hours between cities, so plan for a full day. Our guide Fabrizio showed up right on time at our hotel to pick us up for our private tour. As a native of Guanajuato he knew all the right spots and side roads to get us around this very tight and crowded city. We weren’t interested in going down into the silver mine or the torture museum, so he adjusted the schedule to add on areas we were interested in seeing. The Teatro was beautiful. And ask your driver to save time for your visit to the Diego Rivera home and museum. It’s very well done and is far better than the crowded Frida Kahlo house in Mexico City. Since we had additional time, we took the long route back to San Miguel de Allende and made a stop in the city Delores Hidalgo. If you are looking for pottery, there are many pottery places just outside downtown. The ride through the mountains from Guanajuato to Delores Hidalgo is worth the diversion alone. Absolutely breathtaking scenery. But caution - the winding ride along the mountain roads is not for the faint of heart. But our competent driver Fabrizio got us through without a hitch. Enjoy!
icon Response from Host , Jun 2020
thank you for your feedback. we work everyday for improve we hope to see you soon
Guanajuato day trip experience
, Feb 2020
This was a private tour and thus suited our needs. Guide/driver was friendly and spoke good English. We saw a variety of sights. Very nice experience overall.
icon Response from Host , Jun 2020
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Fun day in Guanajuato.
, Feb 2020
We had a wonderful driver Fabrizio, who was very attentive. He was from Guanajuato and knew a lot. He was especially familiar with all the tunnels and driving on VERY narrow streets in his new VW.
icon Response from Host , Feb 2020
thank you for your feedback. we work everyday for improve we hope to see you soon
Great Tour; great guide!
, Feb 2020
This was a great tour! Our guide, Carlos, was wonderful - he obviously loves his city and is proud to show it off. He was especially helpful in "customizing" our trip - sharing options and helping us hone in on what would be most interesting for us. We love history so we started at the museum (a great stop if you speak some Spanish - no English signs or guides). The we saw several sites including old mines and churches, stopped for some great photo ops, and ended with an hour on our own to walk the beautiful, historic downtown area. Perfect day and we'll definitely be back to Guanajuato!
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We Loved It All
, Jan 2020
My wife and I had a wonderful day in Guanajuato! Fabricio, our tour guide/driver was a native of Guanajuato who was very proud of his city--in fact, he asked us several times if we preferred San Miguel de Allende or Guanajuato, all the while smiling and telling us how much he loves his city. We visited the Statue of Pipila and then took an incredible route down into the city. The street was amazingly narrow, twisty, steep, and long! Fabricio then drove us through the mind boggling maze of tunnels that are totally reminiscent of some of the older subway systems in the USA (Boston's in particular). We visited the Mummies next. The Mexican culture has a very healthy way of regarding death and thinking about what it means. The Mummies brightly underline those cultural beliefs. The Museo Boca Mina San Ramon was another highlight of our tour. It's a beautiful setting and the walk down into (and up out of) the mine was a superb cardio workout, Next stop was the Valenciana Church of San Cayetano. With spectacular views and and altars that are bedecked with gold as well as enormous paintings by Luis Momay, the church is magnificent and awe inspiring.. We had the lunch I have yet had in Mexico in the Jardin de la Union--the lovely park that Guanajuatons refer to as A Piece of Cheese due to its shape. Great spot for people watching while enjoying delicious food. We pushed on to the Museo y Casa de Diego Rivera. What impressed us most about the art displayed in this museum was the remarkable variety of artistic styles that Rivera studied and produced in his life. You could feel the presence of his genius. Our final stop was at the dam that finally stopped the floods that Guanajuato suffered periodically. The dam and the aforementioned tunnels were how the city controlled the waters. It was a long but fun day. Fabricio was great, the city was fascinating, and we give our highest recommendation for this tour.
icon Response from Host , Jan 2020
Thank you for your feedback. we loved that you enjoyed your tour
Private Tour in Guanajuato Capital Leaving San Miguel Allende
Michael M
, Jan 2020
Great tour, knowledgable and friendly guide. Best way to see the city tunnels, GPS will not work underground

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