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We start in La Antigua, a small town framed by huge and leafy trees on the banks of the Huitzilapan River. Here, we can find the legacies of the Spanish conquest, such as the Casa del Cabildo and the first Catholic Hermitage in Mexico, then we will visit San Juan de Ulua, one of the oldest fortresses in the American Continent and great events in the history of our country are linked to it during the Colony, Independence, the Reform and the Revolution. In addition to that, it has had several functions throughout its more than 500 years of existence. First, it was used as a grain store, then it was a fortress, a prison, and a presidential residence. It certainly is a place full of history that will take us back in time. We will finish with a panoramic tour of Veracruz Port and Boca Del Río to see the main points of interest such as the buildings of the Old Maritime Customs, Telegraphs, Railways, Downtown, the Malecon promenade, and the Baluarte de Santiago.

We will also visit Boca del Rio with its modern hotel infrastructure, beautiful beaches, and the gastronomic corridor on the banks of the Jamapa River, the Plaza Banderas, the Church of Our Lady of Santa Ana since the 16th century that is celebrated in the month of July, and the City Hall.

Minimum: 02 Pax.

Operation: 2,3,5,6

Inclusions: Tickets to the areas, ground transportation, and tour guide.

Exclusions: Lunch, drinks, tips.

Schedule: 09:00 – 14:00 hrs.

Approx duration:  5 hrs.

Not operating days: December 25th, January 1st