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Good Friday Celebration in Taxco from Mexico City Including Passion Play

Good Friday Celebration in Taxco from Mexico City Including Passion Play
Cultural & Theme Tours > Cultural Tours > Cultural Tour
$62
Duration: 11 hours
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If you're in Mexico City on Good Friday, enjoy an epic religious celebration — the Passion of the Christ in Taxco. First, you'll get a panoramic tour in Cuernavaca, city of eternal spring and Taxco, Silver Capital. Then, in the evening, you will witness the play of Jesus Crucifixion at the former convent of San Bernardino of Siena. This is one of Mexico’s most cherished annual traditions, so you can't miss it if you're around!

You will be picked up from your hotel in Mexico City and drive to Cuernavaca. There, you will enjoy a panoramic tour of the city, know as the city of the eternal spring. There, you will visit one of the oldest cathedrals in America, the Palace of Cortes and see the city's mansions and avenues.

From there, you will continue to the Sierra Madre to visit one of its treasures: Taxco. Known as the “World Silver Capital”, you will have a chance to visit the famous Baroque parish church of Santa Prisca and admire the pilgrimage through the cobbled streets of Taxco.

Finally, you will be part of one of Mexico's most important celebrations: Holy Friday. This day is considered the most important day on Easter celebrations. In Taxco, many events take place around different points in the city. You will witness the Passion Play which portrays the crucifixion of Jesus and takes place at the former convent of San Bernardino of Siena. Learn the history of this event and have an unforgettable time.

After this, back to Mexico City.

If you're in Mexico City on Good Friday, enjoy an epic religious celebration — the Passion of the Christ in Taxco. First, you'll get a panoramic tour in Cuernavaca, city of eternal spring and Taxco, Silver Capital. Then, in the evening, you will witness the play of Jesus Crucifixion at the former convent of San Bernardino of Siena. This is one of Mexico’s most cherished annual traditions, so you can't miss it if you're around!