(TE09) Taxco and cableway

Tour and private guide

10 to 11 hours

All entrances

Private transportation

Pick up and drop off hotel

Tour brief description

Tour for 2 up to 15 people from Mexico City.

You’ll discover a beautiful, colorful and colonial miner town, worldwide recognized by its silver handicrafts. Its narrow street will obligate you to walk slowly.

Taxco was named as magic town because its colonial streets and miner tradition. It’s worldwide famous by its silver handicrafts. There we’ll visit the Santa Prisca church, the Guillermo Spratling Museum and will take a ride on the famous city’s cableway.

In every moment, our certified guide will explain you the place histories, the curious details, the development and the importance of the visited sites.

The unit price decreases according to the size of the group.

Departure Time

8:00 a.m.

  • Pick up and drop off in hotel.
  • Visit to the Santa Prisca temple in Taxco.
  • Visit to the Guillermo Spratling Museum.
  • Ride on cableway.
  • Driver.
  • Private guide.
  • Private transportation.
  • Bottled water and snacks inside transportation.
  • Souvenir.
  • Face mask and sanitizing gel.
No Included
  • Tips.
  • Video and photography permits in museums, archaeological sites and attractions.

English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Arab, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

Additional information
  • It is essential to present ID to the guide before starting the tour.
  • Tennis or comfortable shoes recommended.
  • Sunglasses recommended.
  • Sun block and hat recommended.
  • You may have the physical condition to walk up to 120 minutes. (with breaks).
  • Spanish and English explanations don’t have an extra cost.
  • We don’t do surprise stops in any store to force you to buy handicrafts.
  • We strictly respect the itinerary.
  • We don’t sell you anything aboard or in the tour.
  • Confirmation will be received by email at the time of booking.
  • Infants under 2 years of age are free of charge, but must travel in the arms or on the legs of their parents. (please inform us in the notes).
  • Babies (over two years old) and young children must have their own seats.
  • A infant car seat available per tour, (please request it).
  • The unit price decreases according to the size of the group.

(TE09) Taxco and cableway


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Pax Per person
02 $348.74 USD full size car
03 $307.84 USD full size SUV
04 $268.8 USD full size SUV
05 $245.38 USD full size SUV
06 $232.86 USD minivan
07 $221.27 USD minivan
08 $212.57 USD minivan
09 $205.8 USD minivan
10 $200.39 USD minivan
11 $202.72 USD large van
12 $198.47 USD large van
13 $194.87 USD large van
14 $191.79 USD large van
15 $189.11 USD large van

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Santa Prisca temple in Taxco

We’ll visit Taxco, a magic town famous by its gold, silver, tin and iron deposits. In detail, we’ll see the temple of Santa Prisca, built in baroque style between the years 1748 and 1758. We’ll watch a building from XVIII century, an architectural, sculptural and painting prodigy, and of course, we’ll walk along the colonial streets of this town and we’ll have the opportunity to see silver handicrafts, the symbolic mineral of this place.

Guillermo Spratling Museum in Taxco

Here you can watch archeological representative objects from five cultural regions of Mesoamerica and see an historic semblance of the city. The museum has a space focused on silversmith and the local religious festivities.

(The museum is opened every day of the week, except Mondays).

Taxco cableway

This brief ride is one the activities more recognized in this magic town, you can enjoy the panoramic of the city, the whiteness of the houses adorned with red bricks.

After this, we’ll go to take our meal in one of the better restaurants of the place.

The tour ends going back to Mexico City, taking you back to your hotel.

Our restaurant recommendations

Remember food and drinks in restaurants are not included.
Ask your guide for the best restaurant recommendation.

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