1. Chihuahua City: Guided Sightseeing Tour
Enjoy a step through the city of Chihuahua, where we will visit the most emblematic places of this city, such as the Chihuahua Cathedral, the Pancho Villa Museum, the Government Palace, where there will be time to tour the streets and explore the central squares and residential areas. We will tour one of the former residences of one of the most significant individuals in Mexican history at the Casa de Villa Museum, currently known as the Museo Histórico de la Revolución. When Francisco Villa was named governor of the state in 1914, he lived there in the historic home that belonged to the Centaur of the North. Doa Luz Corral de Villa lived there until 1981 before donating the home to the Secretariat of National Defense. It includes a variety of personal goods, furnishings, and several items that belonged to Pancho Villa's revolutionary army. We will learn about the lovely government building in the city's center, see what it looks like on the inside, and be in awe of the stunning murals that adorn it. We'll go to the city's main cathedral, which features magnificent exterior and interior architecture and is stuffed with artwork.