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Taxco and Cuernavaca

Visit two of Mexico's hidden gems on a scenic coach drive to Cuernavaca, the City of Eternal Spring, and Taxco, a Spanish colonial silver-mining town. HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit Mexico’s answer to Beverley Hills

* Walk around the pretty streets of Taxco – a city famous for silver

* Admire the jewellery and handicrafts from the area

Cuernavaca is a beautiful small town, famous throughout Mexico for its gentle climate and lush vegetation. It is also known as Mexico's Beverly Hills as many of Mexico's rich and famous have their retreats there. Some of the attractions include the Palace of Cortes, built by the famous conquistador in the 16th century and the town's Cathedral, a fortress-like structure also built by Cortes for the Franciscan Order. Then sit back and enjoy the scenery as we continue on to Taxco. This pretty little town with cobbled streets, shady squares and vibrant marketplaces was once known throughout the world as the City of Silver. Here we visit a silver mine and learn how different alloys are made. After lunch there is plenty of time to explore this lively town and you will be able to snap up some of Mexico's beautiful jewellery and handicrafts before we board the coach for the drive back to Mexico City. Cuernavaca is a beautiful small town, famous throughout Mexico for its gentle climate and lush vegetation. It is also known as Mexico's Beverly Hills as many of Mexico's rich and famous have their retreats there. Some of the attractions include the Palace of Cortes, built by the famous conquistador in the 16th century and the town's Cathedral, a fortress-like structure also built by Cortes for the Franciscan Order. Meeting/ Pick up point: Hotel lobby from hotels in Polanco, Centre, Rosa and Reforma areas. Hotels outside this area the meeting point will be at The Hotel Fiesta Americana Reforma, Paseo de la Reforma 80, Cuauhtémoc, Juárez, 06600 Ciudad de México, D.F. Duration: 11 hours. Start or opening time: At 8:30am. End or closing time: At 7:30pm. Languages: English and Spanish.