Wayak is a tourism agency that brings to you the most comprehensive tours and transportation services in the country. Today we want to talk to you about the town of Taxco and its many attractions; you will love this city and the wonderful silver mines that are now a tourist highlight. Book your Taxco tours with bilingual guides for groups.
The streets of Taxco are characterized by their inclination, and almost all of them end in beautiful plazas where you can walk, visit the kiosk, sit in one of the pews or buy some ice cream. The colonial appearance of the town crowned with its old buildings, such as houses and palaces, make it a lovely place to visit, with our Taxco tours.
Words like moving or awesome are those heard when asking a description of the celebration of Holy Week in Taxco, Guerrero, where fervor recalls the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, according to Catholic tradition. You can't miss this breathtaking celebration with our Taxco tours with bilingual guides for small groups, contact us.
For a week, the streets of this magical town prove their faith through symbolic sacrifices, and even physical ones, to expiate some fault or simply to offer their suffering. On the cobbled streets parade processions accompanied by dramatic religious images testify to the sacrifice of hooded penitents, all this with our Taxco tours with guides.
On the edge of the town El Viejo, about 20 minutes from Taxco, lies between hills a glorious medieval castle: the Hacienda de San Juan Bautista, a farm producing silver that is currently a shining symbol of century mining XVI. Come see this and so much more with Wayak's Taxco tours with bilingual guides for small groups.
In this northern region of Guerrero there are seven other mining haciendas which took a large influx of water to function: Cuadra San Francisco, El Fraile, Campuzano Bridge, Tannery, Sochula, San Sebastian and Chorrillo. However, San Juan Bautista (which recently opened its doors to tourism) is the best preserved of all. Our Taxco tours.