San Sebastián Bernal is a small town near Tequisquapan and its landscape is dominated by the impressive Peña de Bernal (Bernal's Rock). An igneous rocky monolith measuring about 1,000 feet in height and considered the third largest after the Rock of Gibraltar in Spain and the Sugar Bread in Brazil.
This makes Bernal a tourist attraction for climbers, but many other activities can be found such as: taverns, restaurants, handcrafts, traditional food stands, museums and colonial houses. The oldest building is a church located at its downtown area built from 1700 to 1725.
Finally the other places to visit will be La Redonda vineyard and the Quesos Vai cheese factory. In these places we will learn about the process for making these products and have the chance to sample a variety of wine and cheeses.
|08:30 ¦||Pick up at a the UMDI-FC-J|
|09:00 ¦||Departure to Tequisquiapan|
|10:00 ¦||Arrival at Tequisquiapan|
|11:00 ¦||Free time|
|11:30 ¦||Departure to La Redonda vineyards|
|12:00 ¦||Tour of the vineyard and wine testing|
|13:00 ¦||Free time|
|13:30 ¦||Departure to Bernal|
|14:00 ¦||Lunch at Gorditas El Negrito|
|15:00 ¦||Guided tour at Bernal|
|16:30 ¦||Departure at Quesos Vai|
|17:00 ¦||Tour at this cheese factory|
|18:00 ¦||Departure to Querétaro|
|19:00 ¦||Arrival to UMDI-FC-J|
Peña de Bernal
La Redonda vineyards
Quesos Vai chesse factory