Packages in Trancas
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Trancas Vacation Packages
Trancas Vacation Packages
About 170 miles northwest of Mexico City, the country's capital, is Trancas.
For people who think they've experienced a big part of Trancas, Dolores Hidalgo is a great alternative spot. Roughly 9 miles southeast, it is where you can experience Our Lady of Sorrows Parish and the Technological University of North Guanajuato.
Approximately 50 miles to the south of Trancas is Celaya, an important regional center and the home of Xochipilli Park, Alameda Park and the Temple of El Carmen. For even more excitement, try visiting Temple of San Francisco and Galerias Celaya Mall.
The cultural food here has its own aromas and flavors, so don't miss the opportunity to delve into the area's menus.
Nothing tastes better than locally sourced ingredients. You'll soon discover that beans and pork are go-to favorites in the region.
Esquites (mexican corn salad) and tamales are often ordered by vacationers and residents alike.
Arouse your tastebuds with a local specialty, arroz con leche (rice with milk), for a tasty encounter that will leave you fully satisfied.
Delight your tastebuds with a few glasses of Dos Equis, and catch a breath with one of this region's favorite brews.
Don't end your stay without at least trying café de olla (cinnamon coffee), a non-alcoholic beverage loved by the locals.
Taste tejuino, a local spirit. It's the perfect way to complete your meal.
Wine is an universally enjoyed beverage, and Mexico is no exception, with a range of fabulous wines, such as sauvignon blanc and viognier.
Make an effort to bond with the people you meet in Mexico by learning parts of a few key phrases in Spanish. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" "This gentleman will pay for everything" is another great one to have at your disposal, so try getting your mouth around "Este caballero pagará por todo".
If you will be in the area on the 16th of September, you should be aware that this day is a significant day of national celebration. It's called Independence Day.
When it is time to leave Trancas, pack your bags, spend any leftover Mexican pesos, and say a warm "Adiós" to this wonderful spot.
Sadly, vacations can't go on forever, so when it comes time to fly back home, head to the nearest airport. It's 35 miles to the southwest of Trancas.
Accommodation in Trancas
There are very few places to stay in Trancas featuring on the Expedia Trancas hotels guide, so it's advisable to reserve your preferred place early.