Your Adventure, Day by Day

Day 1 Depart from the United States
  • Depart from U.S.A. Relax and enjoy your scheduled flight from the United States.
  • Training session at a nearby field The team will participate in a training session by your coaching staff to prepare for upcoming friendly matches.
  • Dinner in the hotel restaurant
Day 2 Enjoy Mexico City
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Training session at a nearby field The team will participate in a training session by your coaching staff to prepare for upcoming friendly matches.
  • Explore the Zocalo Explore the Zocalo dominated by the Plaza de la Constitucion.
  • Experience Aztec culture Visit the Templo Mayor, site of the great Aztec temple, including a tour of the Excavations and Museum.
  • Visit the Cathedral Metropolitana Visit the heart of the world's largest Catholic diocese.
  • Witness the art and architecture of Mexico city Take a visit to the Palacio Nacional and Palacio de Bella Artes.
  • Dinner in the hotel restaurant
Day 3 Time for Teotihuacán
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Travel to Teotihuacán A private coach and driver will accompany your team on the tour of one of the most impressive cities of the ancient world.
  • First friendly match Your team will play a friendly match against a local club or school team of similar ages and skill levels.
  • Dinner in the hotel restaurant
Day 4 Back to Mexico City
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Training session at a nearby field The team will participate in a training session by your coaching staff to prepare for upcoming friendly matches.
  • Explore the Mercado de La Merced Enjoy exploring the Mercado de La Merced, one of the biggest markets in the Americas.
  • Stroll through the Bosque de Chapultepec Take a stroll through the Bosque de Chapultepec, a public park since the 16th century, which is also home to several of Mexico's finest museums.
  • Visit the National Anthropology Museum Visit the Museo Nacional de Anthropologia, a vast and airy museum that houses a spectacular collection of finds from Mexico's pre-Columbian cultures-including the Teotihuacán, Toltecs, Oaxaca, Maya and Aztecs.
  • Experience the castle turned museum Visit the Castillo de Chapultepec, a castle built in the 18th century. The castle, which was the site of a fierce battle against the Americans in 1847 and the palace of Emperor Maximilian, is currently housing the Museo Nacional de Historia which covers Mexican history from the Conquest to the Revolution.
  • Dinner in the hotel restaurant
Day 5 Tour Azteca Stadium
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Azteca Stadium Tour Explore one of the world's most famous sport venues on a tour of Azteca Stadium. Experience the ambiance at the official home of Mexico's national team on a soccer focused stadium tour.
  • Second friendly match Your team will play a friendly match against a local club or school team of similar ages and skill levels.
  • Dinner in the hotel restaurant
Day 6 Travel to Guadalupe and Xochimilco
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Visit the Basilica de Guadalupe Visit the Basilica de Guadalupe, the richest and most visited Catholic shrine in the Americas. The complex of buildings was built on the spot where a brown-skinned Virgin Mary appeared to Juan Diego in 1531.
  • Xochimilco Boat Tour Take a relaxing ride through the canals of Xochimilco.
  • Third friendly match Your team will play a friendly match against a local club or school team of similar ages and skill levels.
  • Dinner in the hotel restaurant
Day 7 Head for Home
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Head to the airport Be escorted to the airport by your Tour Director as the once-in-a-lifetime sports tour experience comes to an end.

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