MAGICAL TOWNS

SALVATIERRA

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This town was once the first territory in Guanajuato to be officially recognized as a city. A unique architectural heritage is preserved by its olden haciendas and nunneries.

Some noteworthy architectural works in Salvatierra are: El Puente de Batanes Stone Bridge, stage to battles in the Mexican War of Independence, El Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Luz Church, Convento de las Capuchinas Nunnery, Templo del Carmen Church, Ex Hacienda de San José del Carmen, Hidalgo Market and the city main square.

El Sabinal Eco-Park is a great option for those who enjoy nature tourism and would enjoy spending the night at a cabin by the Lerma River. The amenities offered on site include playground playsets and outdoor charcoal grills.

The local cuisine is notable for a street food known as ‘largas’ (quesadilla with a wide variety of fillings like meat or vegetables), and a sweet bread known as ‘prestiño’ prepared with cinnamon and unrefined brown sugar or ‘piloncillo’.

Two emblematic traditions in Salvatierra are: the Paseo de las Manolas Parade held, every year on February 2nd, and the famed Marquesada Festival, a fusion of music, folk dance and the bullfighting performance art.

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Live great stories in Salvatierra

FALLING IN LOVE IN SALVATIERRA

The experience

A destination ideal to visit in the company of your significant other or a group of friends, this town is a hidden gem located at the heart of Mexico. Popular attractions include tasting sessions of locally produced wines at a boutique hotel, enjoying a couples massage and aromatherapy in the comfort of your hotel room, dining downtown at an upscale restaurant, and experiencing the town’s unique nightlife with a traditional ‘callejoneada’, a tour consisting of a (baroque) string band playing folk music while audience members walk charming streets and sip on mezcal, pure joy for the soul

Itinerary option 1:

  1. Enjoy a romantic dinner.
  2. Aromatherapy and relaxation session at the spa. 
  3. Wine tasting session. 
  4. Olé Salvatierra (Tour?)
  5. Cantina night. 
  6. Hands-on traditional confections and candies class

Services included:

  • Hotel accommodation
  • Spa session
  • Complimentary cocktail 
  • Traditional confectionery crafting class. 
  • Wine tasting session.

*Wearing comfortable shoes and clothes is recommended, bring a hat and sunscreen.

Duration: 3 days, 2 nights

Hours: Tour starts at 18:00

6 people minimum required, up to a 16 people maximum.

Friday through Sunday.

Cost/person: $5,431.25 MXN

Payments in cash or bank transfer are accepted.

Itinerary option 2:

  1. Enjoy a romantic dinner.
  2. Aromatherapy and relaxation session at the spa. 
  3. Wine tasting session. 
  4. Olé Salvatierra (Tour?)
  5. Cantina night. 
  6. Hands-on traditional confections and candies class.

Services included:

  • Hotel accommodation
  • Spa session
  • Complimentary cocktail 
  • Traditional confectionery crafting class. 
  • Wine tasting session.

*Wearing comfortable shoes and clothes is recommended, bring a hat and sunscreen.

Duration: 2 days, 1 night

Hours: Tour starts at 18:00

6 people minimum required, up to a 16 people maximum.

Saturdays and Sundays.

Cost/person: $2,781.25 MXN

Itinerary 3:

  1. Enjoy a romantic dinner.
  2. Wine tasting session
  3. Olé Salvatierra (Tour?)
  4. Hands-on traditional confections and candies class.

Services included:

  • Hotel accommodation
  • Complimentary cocktail
  • Olé Salvatierra (Tour?)
  • Traditional confectionery crafting class.
  • Wine tasting session. 

Couples Experience

Duration: 2 days, 1 night

Hours: Tour starts at 18:00

Saturday – Sunday

Cost/person $3,302.00 MXN

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