Taxco is located in the state of Guerrero, surrounded by beautiful and majestic mountains; the city was built on Cerro del Atachi and maintained a simple style of houses painted white with red tile roofs; you can spend the day getting to know the streets of this place, a magical town recognized for its silver tradition and the most impressive church in Mexico: La Parroquia de San Santa Prisca, as well as the Ex-convent of San Bernardino, the monuments of the procession, silver shops, Humboldt Museum, and you can try the rich pozole.
You will get to the silver workshops, where they will explain the town's mining past and the various uses they give to zinc, copper, and silver. Next, you will admire the beautiful crafts and silver ornaments that they have on display, as well as a representation of a mine.
The tour continues to the Church of Santa Prisca. This baroque-style building will amaze you with its details and altarpieces covered with gold leaves; in the end, you'll explore the city's zócalo and nearby craft stores, as well as free time to explore the city at your leisure.