We began our journey at 9:00 am by his transfer from your hotel to the train station, guests are greeted with live mariachi music. Once registered and assigned a color of car, climb and on the train at 10:00 am to our adventure. During the 1 hour and 30 minutes drive, offering snacks and drinks (open bar) and mariachi music. while a guide explains the Hacienda San José del Refugio history.
Among the cars have the special attention of the doormen and hosts to make the railroad trip more enjoyable. It is important to mention that we have private security, paramedics, Red Cross and the special attention by the coordinators.
Upon arrival in the city of Amatitán got on the bus to the farm to visit the tequila production area, through vapor furnaces at the cores of cooked agave. Immediately after that, go to the old distillery was built in the 19th century, we see stills of the time and visit the museum to see a film showing the daily work in which the Treasury, including the use of agave.
¨This was definitely a highlight of our time in Guadalajara. The lunch and fiesta with dancing and live music was an amazing experience. You might think that this would be a big drunkfest, but that wasn't the case at all. Yes, everyone enjoyed different tequila beverages and beer (I'd suggest waiting until after the tour to start drinking as it's quite a long day.) But it's more of a family atmosphere than a party one, and I didn't see anyone that was "baracho." I learned a lot about the making and culture around tequila, the distillery was beautiful, the hosts were friendly and smart, and the people were a joy. SO fun! ¨
Our Transportation pick up / drop off in Guadalajara- Metropolitan area
Join the Mexican fiesta! The experience to get to know the culture of tequila agave in the tequila express train, At our arrival to the town Amatitán we start at the old Hacienda "San José del Refugio" to witness Tequila on the making learning step by step the Tequila beverage production. From steam ovens are to the final product. Appreciate the Old distillers with a visit the museum. Mariachi music, folk dancing, and Mexican cowboy shows will make your included lunch more enjoyable.
¨This was really fun! A great mix of locals and tourists. English and Spanish commentary. A liesurly 1 and 1/2 hour ride. Comfy seats that can be turned around for a group of four. There were 3 different tequila selections, pre-mixed tequila drinks, margarita's and snacks...all included. The mariachis were VERY fun! The waiters were so good...you couldn't help but get smashed :) We only took the train up to Hurradura, so I can'tcomment on the way back. I would recommend this trip to anyone...well that's if they are over 21 :)¨