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  • Xochimilco & Coyoacan Full-Day Tour with Frida Kahlo Museum

    1. Xochimilco & Coyoacan Full-Day Tour with Frida Kahlo Museum

    Enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour full of color and traditions on this sightseeing trip around some of Mexico City’s most enchanting neighborhoods.

    Departing from Downtown Mexico City, head south, passing the most important sites of the modern city. Stop off at a local market and peruse the colorful market stalls.

    The next stop is University City, where you can admire the many murals at the Rectory, and wander around the main campus' Central Library. The campus also includes an impressive volcano-shaped, 63,000-seat Olympic Stadium. Upon arrival at the calm waters of the Xochimilco canals, enjoy a scenic cruise along the waterway - one of the last traces of the Aztec era - on a traditional punt or pre-Hispanic boat. Next, visit the colonial district of Coyoacan and admire the rambling 16th-century houses of Francisco Sosa Street. Continue along narrow co...

    Leonardo and Mario were wonderful. I accidentally bought the tour without the museum, and was sooo happy to find I think I would have enjoyed it less than the free time I had to explore Coyoacán while others were in the museum. Saved me a few bucks on tour price and that neighborhood was so much fun with all types of food and shopping.

  • From Mexico City: Hot Air Balloon in Teotihuacan

    2. From Mexico City: Hot Air Balloon in Teotihuacan

    Take in the views of the hot air balloons flying alongside you, the beautiful landscape, and the magnificent Teotihuacan pyramids.  See the highest part of the pyramids of the sun and the moon. Your pilot will find the perfect time to share a bottle of sparkling wine, a traditional toast which has been a part of every balloon flight since 1783.  Once you're back down on solid ground, enjoy touring the streets of Teotihuacan. In Globopuerto you will receive a personalized flight certificate and a delicious traditional breakfast in a panoramic restaurant. After your breakfast, it will be time to visit the Archaeological Zone. Go up to the top of the Pyramid of the Sun and see the whole valley of Teotihuacan from above, or take a walk through the site to reach the top of the Pyramid of the Moon.

    The whole experience went smoothly from the pickup at the hotel to the whole balloon ride and tour of the Pyramids.

  • From Mexico City: Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine Day Tour

    3. From Mexico City: Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine Day Tour

    Visit the legendary Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, known as a Basilica de Guadalupe, and the Pyramids of Teotihuacan on this full-day excursion from Mexico City, available as either a private or a small-group tour. Your first stop will be in the Tlatelolco neighborhood of Mexico City and its main square, La Plaza de la Tres Culturas, which is symbolic of Mexico’s unique cultural heritage. Continue on to the Guadalupe Shrine, located in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, close to the spot where Our Lady of Guadalupe is said to have appeared to an indigenous Mexican. Mexico's largest religious sanctuary, the Shrine houses the venerated image of the Virgin of Guadalupe and has been a pilgrimage site since the 16th century. See the old basilica, which was completed in 1709, and visit the new church, built between 1974 and 1976, after the old church began to sink into the ground. Expe...

    Our tour guide Emmanuel was very informative and knowledgeable about each site we visited, such a fun trip day trip. Easy to find and book. We will definitely book with them again

  • Mexico City: Anthropology Museum Guided Visit

    4. Mexico City: Anthropology Museum Guided Visit

    Enter the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City almost a half century after it was established, and discover why it remains the flagship enclosure safeguarding the legacy of the Mexican indigenous people. Standing as a symbol of identity and a mentor to generations seeking to dig into their cultural roots, the museum is the most popular in Mexico, attracting some 2 million visitors per year. Get insights into the various exhibits and their significance from your guide. Look at objects excavated from archaeological sites, covering vast territories in what is now modern-day Mexico. Learn about the various cultures that created them. Visit rooms where small objects, such as spear points are on display. These were used by early hunters on the continent more than 10,000 years ago. See simple clay pieces used in daily life and as symbolic articles in religious ceremonies. Admire im...

    I was very impressed with the museum, what we saw, what we heard and all the information that was given to us. I should let my friends know that the first place to visit in CMDX is the museum to understand the origen and

  • Mexico City: Wrestling Show and Double-Decker Bus Tour

    5. Mexico City: Wrestling Show and Double-Decker Bus Tour

    Visit Arena Mexico to attend a live Lucha Libre wrestling show and experience the most traditional and spectacular of Mexico's sports in person. Watch as the colorful masked wrestlers go three to four rounds and enjoy the lively atmosphere in the arena. Listen as your guide, an expert in the art of wrestling, explains the rules.

     

    After the show, hop on board a double-decker bus and set out on a nighttime tour of downtown Mexico City. See the most iconic sights and learn about the city's history as you make your way along the tour route.

  • México City: Wrestling Tour

    6. México City: Wrestling Tour

    Have fun and feel the passion with the best wrestling tour. On this tour, you will enjoy the incredible panoramic view on board of the double floor bus with a retractable roof visiting Monumento a la Revolucion, Alameda Central, Glorieta de Colón, and Parroquia de la Sta. Veracruz. Arriving at Arena Mexico you will receive a free mask and a shot of tequila and will live and understand the culture of the wrestling art, explained by the guide. Mexican wrestling began in 1840, one hundred years before it became an official sport. The first wrestling took place in public squares, theaters, bull rings, or any small box ring where fight demonstrations take place. At the beginning of the 20th century, most of the wrestling promoters were foreigners, for example, the Italian Giovanni Resselech, who organized two wrestling seasons in 1910, and the Belgian Constant le Marin, who first made a pres...

    It was really nice seeing this wrestling show and the luchadores. However due to covid measures the arena were not very crowded, thus not that much animated.

  • Mexico City: Chapultepec Castle and Anthropology Museum Tour

    7. Mexico City: Chapultepec Castle and Anthropology Museum Tour

    Explore the life of the Mexican Emperor Maximilian I of Habsburg on a tour of Chapultepec Castle, located on top of Mexico City's Chapultepec Hill, a site once sacred to the Aztecs. Venture inside the stunning monument, and discover rooms of classical European ornamentations. Stroll the halls full of light and discover stairways made of marble. Admire the sculptures and busts of historical figures, such as the Emperor Cuauhtémoc and the Spanish Conquistador Hernán Cortés, along the way. Then depart Chapultepec Castle (also known as the "National Museum of History") and break for lunch, before going to the National Museum of Anthropology. Experience one of the most important anthropology museums in Latin America and explore rooms that detail the pre-Hispanic culture of the Maya, Toltec and other ethnic peoples through the ages. Learn more from your bilingual guide, and benefit from the...

    The best way to view the museo de antropología and the Castillo de Chapultepec is through this guided tour.

  • Mexico City: Double Decker Bus Night Tour

    8. Mexico City: Double Decker Bus Night Tour

    Rediscover Mexico City in this Night Tour, visiting the most emblematic places and surprise yourself with the beauty of the historical monuments illuminated, architecture and history, aboard of the panoramic double decker bus. Admire emblematic sites like, the Angel of Independence, The Haunted Diana, the Palace of Fine Arts, among others on this close circuit. Exchange your voucher before boarding the bus. Begin your trip at the Zocalo in Downtown, and continue through the streets of Downtown, Rome Neighborhood, Condesa Neighborhood, Juárez Avenue and Zona Rosa. For a complete experience, listen to a multilingual audio guide onboard and learn about Mexico City.

  • Private Tour: Xochimilco, Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum

    9. Private Tour: Xochimilco, Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum

    On this 6-hour private tour, begin with a pick-up from your hotel in Mexico City and drive to Xochimilco. There, climb aboard a trajinera painted with bright colors to explore the channels built by the Aztec civilization. During the tour, you will be informed about the construction of artificial islands and other activities at the UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit to the Anahuacalli Museum, founded by the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Your guide will offer you a personalized narration about the art collection including 64,000 pre-Hispanic pieces. The blue house, also known as the Frida Kahlo Museum, is where the enigmatic painter Frida Kahlo lived and died. Learn about the important details of her life and admire your her work before taking a stroll through the historic center of Coyoacan, which has a colonial atmosphere. Lastly, your guide will take you to visit the National...

    Completely safe private tour and a very informative guide who was a big help since it was our first trip to Mexico City

  • 2-Day Teotihuacan, Xochimilco and Guadalupe Shrine Tour

    10. 2-Day Teotihuacan, Xochimilco and Guadalupe Shrine Tour

    Spend 2 days visiting the top archeological and cultural attractions in the Mexico City area. Climb the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan, visit the Frieda Kahlo Museum in colorful Coyoacán and enjoy a boat ride in Xochimilco. Detailed Itinerary Day 1: Teotihuacan, Guadalupe Shrine and Tlatelolco Your first day begins with a drive to Tlatelolco, the largest archaeological site in Mexico City. Learn about the importance of this place that was part of the capital of the Aztec empire. See the Plaza of the 3 Cultures where pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern Mexico blend. Continue on to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the most important religious site in all of Mexico and one of the most visited shrines in the Catholic world. More than 20 million pilgrims visit the site every year. From the Basilica of Guadalupe, the tour continues to Teotihuacan, kn...

    Interesante Teotihuacan. Xochimilco funciona muy bien si hay una buena dinàmica en el grupo de visita, como fue mi caso. LOS guias y conductores muy atentos.

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What people are saying about Mexico City

Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 24 reviews

Leonardo and Mario were wonderful. I accidentally bought the tour without the museum, and was sooo happy to find I think I would have enjoyed it less than the free time I had to explore Coyoacán while others were in the museum. Saved me a few bucks on tour price and that neighborhood was so much fun with all types of food and shopping.

Never be afraid to try things that are "different". Immerse yourself in this beautiful culture. The boat ride was a great experience and seeing Frida Khalo's home was something I've always dreamed of seeing. The guide... ALSO AMAZING!

I was very impressed with the museum, what we saw, what we heard and all the information that was given to us. I should let my friends know that the first place to visit in CMDX is the museum to understand the origen and

Completely safe private tour and a very informative guide who was a big help since it was our first trip to Mexico City

Gerson was a great guide and we highly recommend him.