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Teotihuacán: GetYourGuide Exclusive Early Access & Tastings

1. Teotihuacán: GetYourGuide Exclusive Early Access & Tastings

On this GetYourGuide Exclusive experience, immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the 'City of the Gods'. Beat the crowds and learn about the history as well as the latest discoveries from your expert guide. Finish by sampling some local products. Visit Teotihuacan in the early morning, arriving at this famous archaeological site just as it begins to open its doors for the day. See the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon and the different buildings, plazas, and murals that make up this important pre-Hispanic city. Complete your tour with a stop at an obsidian workshop run by a Teotihuacan family. Enjoy tastings of liquors made from cactus, as well as tequila, mezcal, and pulque.

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Taxco and Cuernavaca Full-Day Tour from Mexico City

2. Taxco and Cuernavaca Full-Day Tour from Mexico City

Start your trip in downtown Mexico City where you'll take a scenic drive to the “silver city”. The city is nestled on a hillside with winding cobblestone streets, tile roofed buildings, cozy squares and a strong Old World ambiance that has survived through hundreds of years. Visit one of Mexico’s grandest churches, Santa Prisca. It was built in 1759 by French immigrant Jose de la Borda who literally stumbled upon a huge silver spring. Taxco is known worldwide for its quality silver mines and shops, you will have the opportunity to see and buy art pieces from Mexican artisans.

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Mexico City: Private Walking Tour Highlights & Hidden Gems

3. Mexico City: Private Walking Tour Highlights & Hidden Gems

Join a friendly local guide to get an authentic experience of vibrant Mexico City on a personalized tour of the city’s highlights and hidden gems. Marvel at the city’s history, culture, and fantastic food scene as you’re led down its lively and lesser-known streets. Start your experience in the artsy enclave of Roma, a chic area with a hipster edge and incredibly diverse food, culture and art scene. Explore the quirky combination of colorful colonial buildings, Art Nouveau architecture, vintage bookshops, and veggie restaurants. Stop off at Mercado Roma, a covered market featuring some of Mexico City’s most popular eateries, and see Mercado Cero, a trendy zero-waste market born in 2018. Make your way down the tree-lined streets to Condesa, a nirvana for art-lovers. Pass all-day street vendors selling fresh coconut juice and sweet pineapples as you head towards Parque México, a leafy urban oasis and one of the city’s prettiest gardens. Join hordes of locals browsing at the traditional La Merced Market just outside the city center. Wend your way through the oldest part of the city in the Cuauhtémoc borough. Get lost among shelves upon shelves of books in the huge Vasconcelos Library in San Rafael. Explore the Centro Histórico district, home to ancient Aztec landmarks embedded into the fabric of the modern city, and see iconic buildings like the 200-year-old Catedral Metropolitana and Palacio de Bellas Artes.

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Mexico City: Private Roma and Condesas Walking Tour

4. Mexico City: Private Roma and Condesas Walking Tour

Join a friendly local guide to receive an authentic experience of Mexico City in two of its coolest neighborhoods. Explore the artsy enclaves of Roma and Condesa - two chic areas with a hipster edge and an incredibly diverse food and art scene. As you travel, fall in love with the quirky combination of colorful colonial buildings, Art Nouveau architecture, vintage bookshops, and vegetarian restaurants. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Meet your host in Roma - where the food scene is as diverse as the culture, before stopping off at Mercado Roma - a covered market where you can visit some of Mexico City’s most popular eateries. Make your way down the tree-lined streets to Condesa right next door, which is an absolute heaven for creatives and art-lovers. Pass all-day street vendors selling fresh coconut juice and sweet pineapples as you explore the area’s galleries, and stroll through Parque México - one of the city’s most attractive urban gardens. Keep your eyes peeled for the park’s Art Deco attractions like the ironwork clock tower, and end your day simply strolling through the streets, exploring their restaurants, street art, shops, and bars, as your local guide shares stories of this fascinating city.

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Mexico City: Wine Taste Vineyard & Pena de Bernal Day Trip

5. Mexico City: Wine Taste Vineyard & Pena de Bernal Day Trip

Leave in the morning from the meeting point in the center of Mexico City and see the spectacular landscape of the center of Mexico on the way to your destination. Arrive at Peña de Bernal, where you will have approximately 45 minutes to admire the landscape and take pictures. Then, head down to Bernal, Magical Town. Here, use your free time to shop and explore its beautiful streets. Later, travel to Puerta de Lobo. There, you will embark on a tour of the wineries and cultivation fields where you will learn about how wine is made. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to taste two different types of wine (young and aging). To finish the afternoon, enjoy a gourmet snack. You can choose one of the 2 options we have, each a unique, exquisite culinary experience. Leave Queretaro around 4:00 p.m to return to Mexico City and arrive there between 8:00 and 8:30 pm.

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Mexico City: Half-Day Market Secrets & Cooking Class Tour

6. Mexico City: Half-Day Market Secrets & Cooking Class Tour

It’s time for a food adventure. Mexico City’s markets are some of the most vibrant places in the city, and this tour opens them up to you, just as locals experience them. Your first stop on your Mexico City tour is a relatively unknown market that boasts a large art collection depicting the political movement from the first half of the 1900s. Your guide will explain the importance of the murals and bridge the gap between the political movement of that period with what is going on in today’s Mexico. After this, travel the city just like the locals do, by riding the public metro. This market boasts an unmatched selection of flowers – you’ll be mesmerized by the variety and by the vendors, who will be all too happy to help you match the perfect bouquet to your eye color. You’ll also find fruits, herbs, meat, fish, pinatas and more, all for sale among the various stalls. You might even find a love potion available amid all the goods. Along the way, you’ll also get to sample some classic Mexican street foods, such as tacos and tamales, along with a coffee or atole – a traditional warm drink made from masa. After buying some fresh vegetables (and learning about local farming practices), head over to a local family business, where you’ll learn how to prepare your own salsa. Together, you’ll wash, cut and grill the ingredients, then smash them in the traditional way, using a molcajete (mortar and pestle). Taste your homemade salsa with a classic huarache.

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From Mexico City: Cider and Food Tour to Puebla and Cholula

7. From Mexico City: Cider and Food Tour to Puebla and Cholula

Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Mexico through its food on this tour. Start your food experience by meeting your guide in Mexico City in the morning and heading to the "magical town" of Cholula. Here, enjoy a guided tour of the city center and get the chance to see the Great Pyramid. Afterward, visit a local cider production and explore the flavors of Puebla's food specialties at the market. Later, head to the state's capital Puebla. There, visit a monastery that is considered the birthplace of the most famous regional dish - mole poblano. Enjoy a walking tour of Puebla and see its colonial buildings, colorful lanes, and historic churches. Throughout your tour, stop at various local foodie spots to sample the best of Puebla's cuisine. You will also have the chance to visit the famous Parian craft market and purchase some unique artisanal souvenirs and local candies. Throughout the day, sample some of the most popular regional drinks, such as local hand-made liquors, pulque and artisanal mezcal. After a full day of discoveries, relax and begin the journey back to your hotel in Mexico City.

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Mexico City: Street Food Walking Tour

8. Mexico City: Street Food Walking Tour

Walk through the tastiest neighborhoods in town, La Merced and Centro Histórico. Indulge in a wide variety of local delights, beginning with a blue corn quesadilla in the Merced Market. Head out to the streets and sample what is likely the best birria in the city.  Chat with local cooks and owners to pick up insight into the magic of their recipes and traditions. Continue with a detour to spot amazing street art, and then get back to the food with a tasty stop for chicharrón. See how they make it, then spice it up and enjoy it. Keep on with the tasting with some tamales, cecina, and cochinita pibil. Arrive at San Juan Market, the exotic and gourmet market, where you'll get to try a large variety of creative spicy salsas. Finish the experience with a gourmet seafood tostada.

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Mexico City: Private Coyoacán Hidden Gems & Highlights Tour

9. Mexico City: Private Coyoacán Hidden Gems & Highlights Tour

Join a local guide for an authentic experience of Mexico City in its artistic heart, Coyoacán. Explore the area's cobblestone streets on a private, personalized tour, and spy the city’s artists, bohemians, and culture-lovers. Get off the well-trodden tourist trail and discover the real Mexico City down the narrow side streets of Coyoacán. Learn about the city in its tranquil parks, like Jardín Centenario, where you can stretch your legs at the beautiful bronze Fuente de Los Coyotes (Coyote Fountain). Head down shady streets to La Casa Azul. Pass by the iconic cobalt-blue childhood home of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo (now a museum dedicated to her life and works), and discover the city’s history at the century-old Market Square and a 16th-century church. Follow your local guide down secret streets lined with cafés, antique shops, and restaurants, and drool over decadent street food stalls in exotic markets. Take a quiet stroll down one of the neighborhood's jacaranda-lined streets and simply do as the locals do: listen to live street music and watch the world go by. You may even catch people dancing in the streets — if you’re feeling brave, why not throw back a shot of tequila and join them?

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What people are saying about State of Mexico

I had a fabulous tour with Alfonso. We spent several hours touring around the city visiting markets, tasting delicious foods, learning about Mexican history and meeting lovely local people. Every where we went people came up to Alfonso to say hello. Meeting the wonderful family who taught me how to make salsa was definitely a highlight. It felt like Alfonso took me through a secret door and showed me a little piece of real Mexico, I would recommend this tour and guide to anyone who is interested in exploring this wonderful city.

This tour is perfect for those who'd like to learn about Teotihuacan and not just be there for photos. Emmanuel, our guide, used to teach anthropology and he made the tour really engaging. I feel like I got the best out of my experience that I wouldn't have otherwise gotten traveling on my own. I highly recommend this tour to those who also seek the same kind of experience!

el tour fue excelente, muy buena organización. Myriam, nuestra guía fue muy amable y conoce muy bien la historia. Jesús, nuestro conductor maneja con cuidado y fue una gran compañía. A pesar de que por pandemia no es posible subir a las pirámides, no hizo falta por lo bueno que fue el resto del tour. recomendado!

It was a nice trip. Senior Victor drove us safely to the different spots and Roberto told us historic details. Both are very friendly and kind, so we had great conversations. We would go again

Amazing place with a very interesting history. Leonardo is a very professional guide, he knows every detail of the story and is attentive to answering any questions