Turotel Hotels | Hotels in Morelia & Queretaro, Mexico

Tours in the city and its surroundings


The legends come alive

Cost: Adult $130.00 MXN
Student and INAPAM $110.00 MXN
Departures: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 20:45 hrs.
High season every day.
Reservation: Hotel’s front desk.

Tour of pedestrian legends at night completely Treatral through the beautiful streets and mansions of the Historical Center and the city of Queretaro.

Wine Routetours-turotel-queretaro

Cost: Adult $500.00 MXN
Salidas: Every day at 1:30 pm.
Reservation: Hotel’s front desk.

You will have the opportunity to get to know the impressive cellar of the "Doña Dolores" estate owned by the Freixenet company. Later discover the beauty of the Bernal Village.

Route of Independencetours-turotel-queretaro

Cost: Adult $830.00 MXN
Children and INAPAM $730.00 MXN
Departures: Every day at 9:00 hrs.
Reservation: Hotel’s Font desk.

You will meet Dolores Hidalgo, the cradle of Mexico's Independence, then Atotonilco and the most beautiful city of Mexico, San Miguel de Allende

Tranvía or Querebus ride

Cost: Adult $90.00 MXN
Student and INAPAM $60.00 MXN
Departures: Every hour, every day, from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Reservación: Hotel’s front desk.

Discover in a comfortable way the most emblematic places and monuments of Querétaro in panoramic tourist transport.

Sierra Gorda Routetours-turotel-queretaro

Cost: Adult $1,200.00 MXN
Student and INAPAM $1,100.00 MXN
Departures: Every day at 7:00 hrs.
Reservation: Hotel’s front desk.

Fall in love with the nature of the Sierra Gorda, you will know this wonder and its sites such as the Municipality of Pinal de Amoles, Mirador Puerta del Cielo, Chuveje Waterfall, Arroyo Seco Municipality, among others.

Art museum of Querétaro tours-turotel-queretaro

Cost: Adult $30.00 MXN
Departures: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Reservación: Go directly to the museum.

Located in the former convent of San Agustín, this museum preserves a collection of paintings from New Spain, with works by painters such as Cristóbal de Villalpando, baltazar Echave and Francisco Antonio Vallejo.