Llámanos Para Cotizar

(33) 3694-3767

(33) 1337-6413

 

Franciscan-Artisan Route

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(33) 3694-3767

(33) 1337-6413

We invite you to know one of the most interesting tours of the municipality of Tlajomulco; you will know the temples, buildings created in the sixteenth century, when the first Franciscans came to this land and tried to change the indigenous customs; you will notice the syncretisms in the buildings that the natives left us of their deities.

You will also know and see in a vivid way how crafts are made, their techniques that have passed from generation to generation and that the craftsmen themselves show you this beautiful passion for making pieces where they put their soul and heart:

You will see technical in:

  • Burnished mud
  • Basalt Stone
  • Obsidian
  • Horsehair weave
  • Alebrijes cartonería
  • Backpacks

Remember the Crafts are not only to make them look good; in them they show effort, passion, skill, profession and lifestyle; You can buy one of these pieces of art with added value directly from the hands of the artist (some internationally recognized) and help these craftsmen to continue with this beautiful profession.

You can visit the corn house; an important and innovative project of the conservation of the different types of corn from Mexico where they teach us what they are, their uses, products and benefits

Walk and relax through the piers of the villages listen to the fauna that abounds on the banks of the Cajititlan lagoon.

You can eat in typical restaurants of the region and taste tequilas and liquors

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SCHEDULE

OBSERVATIONS

09:00

Collection in hotel or home

10:30

First stop St. John the Evangelist

13:30

second stop St. Luke the Evangelist

14:30

stop to eat

15:30

Tequila tasting

16:00

third stop Cajititlan

17:00

free time on Malecon Cajititlan

17:30

Collection to go back to the starting point.

This itinerary is merely informative and the schedules can be modified for reasons of group delays; as well as the activities for causes not attributable to the supplier.

This Tour includes:

  • Round transfer
  • Water bottle, cookies or peanuts (not unlimited)
  • Visit to 3 towns and restaurant
  • Traveler insurance during transfers in the van
  • Driver bilingual guide (optional)
  • Gasoline and booths

Does not include:

  • Food and drink
  • Personal expenses
  • tips

Quote for available prices and dates

 

Contact

Turismo Jalisco

Lopez Mateos Sur 1710
Col. Palomar
Tlajomulco, Jalisco 45640

Tel: (33) 3694-3767
(33) 1337-6413

Email: contacto@turismojalisco.com