Mexico, San Miguel de Allende, TOURS

ROMOTUR by PROFESSOR JESUS RODRIGUEZ

chucho-wp2Proudly Sanmiguelense, Professor Jesus Rodríguez is inheritor of a traditional and conservator local family, He owes his love for the history, culture and tradi frtions of San Miguel to his grandma´s tales and the walks with his father when child.

His basic education happened is San Miguel´s schools while playing soccer in the cobblestone streets of his birth town was witness of the evolution of San Miguel into World Heritage Site & the best city of the world.

1997 played a fundamental role for his profesional formation when he obtained his degree in Tourist Development by ITESBA University, he got his Federal License as a Certified Tour Guide by SECTUR, and he created the brand ROMOTUR his own company for tour guide´s management.

Professor Rodriguez has a large experience teaching history and tourism in different schools of town, as well he has contributed for three years at UTSMA “Universidad Tecnológica de San Miguel de Allende” as teacher in its Tourism School.

Jesus Rodriguez is cofounder and active member of “Tertulia caminando por las calles de San Miguel” an academic group whose purpose is the diffusion and conservation of the local history and culture.

20 years leading cultural tours, tourism is his passion, his way of life and he loves to share with his accompanies his love for Mexico.

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THE ROUTE OF THE INDIAN CHAPELS

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By car or by biker, to do this half day tour is to witness the syncretic religiosity of our Indians groups who left in these temples, calvaries and chapels along the shore of laja river testimony of their believes, lets discover together the mexican semi desert, the land of the coyote and mesquite, the pre-columbian territory of the chichimecas tribes.

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First we´ll drive to the “San Miguel Viejo” community where San Miguel was established in 1542 by the monk Friar Juan de San Miguel, then continue to the San Roque´s hacienda located in the border of allende´s dam from there we will drive to “la cieneguita” community to continue to “Presita de Santa Rosa” which is an hydraulic engineering piece from XVIII Century used for irrigation of the former ranches and haciendas.

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After that we will continue by the desert to visit “La Cruz del Palmar” with its complex of hacienda-plaza-capillas-centro, a little mexican town witness of occupancies and revolutions. From there I will take you to visit the chapels of the San Isidro, Banda, Bandita and Montecillo de la Milpa with its spring water and the abandoned church.

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Before finish we´re going to walk in a little forest to visit an Indian XVIII century cemetery located in the hill side of a mountain, place of rest and never told stories.

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Finally in going to explain you the incredible story of Padre Alfaro and the foundation of “Santuario de Atotonilco” in 1747, the place where padre Hidalgo took the banner of lady of Gadalupe during the insurgent revolution in 1810, a marvelous church declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2008.

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Aventura, San Miguel de Allende, TOURS

SEMANA SANTA 2015

 Bienvenidos a San Miguel de Allende, esta Semana Santa  en ROMOTUR Operadora de Servicios Turísticos nos ponemos a Tus órdenes para bríndarte los paseos mas amenos y formativos; he aquí algunos recorridos básicos para conocer San Miguel de Allende, Caminando o en vehículo, pero todos ellos experiencias intensas que solo vivirás a nuestra manera. Por lo algo hemos ganado tu preferencia y estamos mejorando porque nos gusta consentirte y darte lo mejor de nosotros.

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CENTRO HISTORICO DE SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE

Vamos a dar un paseo por los monumentos más interesantes de la ciudad, lo que incluye la Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel con la increíble historia de Zeferino Gutiérrez, la casa del capitán Ignacio Allende, visitaremos el Templo de la Purísima Concepción y su antiguo claustro hoy escuela de Bellas Artes, el Teatro Ángela Peralta, además conoceremos la “ciudadela Religiosa de San Miguel”, la antigua Plaza de la soledad y el paso del camino real; no podemos perdernos el privilegio de visitar el Complejo Monástico franciscano y saber de la incansable labor de los religiosos e beneficio de la antigua villa de San Miguel el grande. Y platicaremos de cómo se fraguo la independencia de México en la Casa de las Conspiraciones.

Anímate a conocer San Miguel de Allende, caminando por sus calles llenas de magia e historia. Este paseo tiene una duración de dos horas y el costo por persona es de $50 pesos.

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