Castilla y Leon- Queen Isabella I Kingdom Tour

Journey through Castilla y Leon, land of Queen Isabella I, and experience the Rueda and Toro wine regions, castles, and cuisine.

Rioja Region: Wine and Gastronomy Tour

Rioja wines are famous around the world, and we take you on an intimate journey through the notorious wine region. Led by Rioja wine experts

Basque Country Tour

Dates: April 29- May 7, 2023 For foodies, a visit to the Basque Country is a must. We will hop across the best of the Basque Country spending two days in Hondarribia, three days in San Sebastian, and two days in Zarautz. San Sebastian is known for having more Michelin stars (per capita) than anywhereContinue reading “Basque Country Tour”

Barbacoa, Wine and Beer Tour

For those that have limited time but still want to see and taste the local cuisine, this tour is perfect. This tour features lamb barbacoa, a specialty in the Hidalgo and Queretaro region, fantastic red wines at an organic family winery, and beer from the best known craft beer producer in the state of Queretaro.

The Perfect Wine and Pueblo Magico Tour

Explore the wine region of Queretaro and hike the third largest monolith in the world! This day trip is the perfect mix of outdoor fun and wine tasting. This day trip is the perfect mix of outdoor fun and wine tasting. We will pick you up from your hotel and visit the tallest freestanding monolithContinue reading “The Perfect Wine and Pueblo Magico Tour”

Local Flavors Tour Queretaro

This Queretaro tour is designed for foodies. Feast on lamb barbacoa and pulque in the village famous for it, plus wine, cheese and beer made in the region.

San Miguel Cooking Class at Casa de la Noche

Casa de la Noche is partnering with Heart of Mexico Wine Tours to offer you a unique cooking class experience led by Chef Tom.

Build Your Own Tour- Queretaro

Fun things to do in Queretaro

Wine Lover’s Tour San Miguel

We will enjoy the top wines at the three best wineries in the state of Guanajuato.

Dolores Hidalgo Wine Tour

San Miguel is surrounded by magic towns, and one of the most significant is Dolores Hidalgo. The town is named after Father Hidalgo who taught the townspeople the art of talavera and uttered El Grito– The call that began the Mexican War of Independence against the Spanish in 1810. Shop for talavera, walk through theContinue reading “Dolores Hidalgo Wine Tour”