See Mexico City’s major attractions on this hop-on hop-off bus tour. Travel by an open-top, double-decker bus on this comprehensive sightseeing experience that covers the Zócalo, Revolution Monument, world-class museums, buildings and more. Buses run regularly from morning until night, giving you the flexibility to explore the sprawling metropolis at a pace that suits you.
Being a private group, your family or friends will avoid unnecessary waiting times.
On the tour we offer drinks on board, we explain in detail all the places of interest as well as data on relevant characters and stories.
-The tour begins at the hotel or house where you stay, we will arrive at the archaeological zone in Teotihuacán,
(1 hour transfer).
-There you will admire the great pre-Hispanic city where you will visit the pyramid of the sun, the pyramid of the moon, the temple of the feathered serpent, the palace of the butterflies and the road of the dead.
Then we will go to refresh ourselves with regional drinks such as pulque, tequila and mezcal to finish, we will visit a craft house where they work with obsidian.
Lunch is not included, but we have excellent restaurants to choose from, such as a cave, a cactus garden or a terrace with a view of the pyramids.
Return to CDMX (1 HOUR)
Explore some wild terrain just outside the busy streets of Mexico City on this ATV adventure. You’ll ride through the pine and oak forests of Ajusco and visit the high mountain town of El Capulin. Advanced drivers may even want to test their skills on the 3,609-meter-high Pelado Volcano. Round-trip private transportation from Mexico City makes this an easy day trip.
Travel by jeep up Iztaccihuatl, an extinct volcano and the third highest mountain in Mexico. Rising more than 17,300 feet above sea level, this snowcapped mountain includes four peaks that resemble the silhouette of a sleeping woman. Ascend the mountain in comfort as an informative guide drives you up scenic routes. Stop when you like to stretch your legs, soak up the incredible city views and snap memorable photos. Hotel transport is included on this small-group tour limited to four people.
Live the Thrill of Wrestling Like Never Before!
We have the ultimate experience that combines culture, food, drink, adrenaline and fun in one package
Start with Flavor
Before diving into the world of ring heroes and villains, enjoy an exclusive tasting of tacos and mezcal on the fun terrace of Casa Pepe Hostel Boutique, La Cósmica.
Learn the Secrets of the Ring
Get a detailed introduction to the fascinating world of wrestling: the cheers, the insults, the technicals, the heels, and much more.
Heading to the Mexico Arena
Get on our "pesero" and head to the iconic Arena México. Get ready to immerse yourself in the passion, technique and theatrics of this temple of wrestling.
This is a unique opportunity to experience a Mexican tradition in an authentic and exciting way. Return transportation is not included so you can live with the atmosphere of the area, and continue discovering CDMX
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Avoid the crowds on this early morning tour of the Teotihuacan pyramids, also known as the City of the Gods. On this tour, an archeologist takes you around the UNESCO World Heritage Site and gives you insight into the majestic plazas and murals. Snap memorable shots of this remaining Mayan heritage as the sun goes up. Then cap off your day trip from Mexico City with a visit to an obsidian factory.
Visit two of Mexico City's most important attractions, the National Museum of Anthropology and Chapultepec Castle, in just a few hours on this half-day tour. An informative guide takes you to the National Museum of Anthropology, which houses the largest collection of traditional Mexican art in the world. Then, discover the Chapultepec Castle’s 12 halls filled with royal artifacts and learn about its origins as a retreat for Aztec rulers.
Save by booking two popular Mexico City tours with this Super Saver featuring some of Mexico City’s best sites. Discover the colonial beauty of Coyoacán, stroll through North America's oldest university and gain insight into Frida Kahlo’s life and artwork at her former home of Casa Azul. Then, drift through the waterways of Xochimilco, a UNESCO site, and enjoy snacks aboard a ‘trajinera’ boat. You’ll come away with unique experiences and knowledge of Aztec history and colonial architecture.
Hit three top historical attractions on this full-day guided tour from Mexico City: Tlatelolco, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and Teotihuacan. See where the main market of the Aztec empire once stood in Tlatelolco. At the Shrine of Guadalupe, one of the most popular Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world, see a cloak with an image of the Lady Virgin on display. Stroll through the archaeological ruins of Teotihuacan, known as the City of the Gods, and climb the Sun and Moon pyramids for fantastic views.
Ride a traditional barge through Xochimilco canals, then visit Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera landmarks on an immersive private tour of Aztec history and Mexico City art. This tour includes round-trip hotel transfer and admission to Xochimilco, the Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli, and Frida Kahlo Museum, and features the mosaic murals at UNAM.
Discover one of the world’s most impressive collections of artifacts from pre-Columbian Maya civilizations through Spanish colonization at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. An informative guide provides historical and archaeological context to the exhibits, including the Aztec Calendar, reconstructions of Maya tombs and giant Olmec heads. After this half-day tour, you’ll come away with insight into the influence of Mesoamerican cultures on Mexico today.
On this private half-day tour, avoid the large tour groups and get to know the sights of Mexico City in the company of just your family and friends. Your personalized guide takes you to Tlatelolco, an excavated Aztec zone. Visit the Shrine of Guadalupe, a popular Catholic pilgrimage site, and set your eyes on a cloak said to have imprinted on it an image of the Lady Virgin. Explore the archaeological ruins of Teotihuacan, and climb the Sun and Moon pyramids for arresting views. Transport, tickets, and lunch are included.
Discover the best of Teotihuacán and its lesser-known gems on this full-day guided tour from Mexico City. See the UNESCO World Heritage site’s top attractions including the Quetzalcoatl, Sun and Moon pyramids, as well as mural paintings and the Butterfly Palace. Visit an obsidian workshop, and taste pulque and tuna products at local factories. Upgrade your experience with a bike tour at no additional charge! Buffet lunch and hotel transport included.
Discover one of Mexico’s most important archeological sites in a small group limited to 20 on a tour of the Teotihuacan Pyramids from Mexico City. With your guide, visit the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which include the Sun Pyramid, Moon Plaza, Palace of Quetzalpapalotl, and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl. Entrance fees and transport via public bus are included.
Visit Frida Kahlo’s house, the colonial-era neighborhood of Coyoacan, and Xochimilco’s floating gardens on a small-group tour in Mexico City that explores art, architecture, and history. You’ll get a fascinating glimpse into Kahlo’s life and work in “Casa Azul,” then take in the main sites in Coyoacan. Next, head to Xochimilco for an hour-long boat ride in a trajinera, following a series of flower-lined canals. The tour concludes with a trip through the UNAM campus, including a series of beloved murals by Diego Rivera, O’Gorman, and Siqueiros.
Mexico City’s vibrancy extends across arts and culture, cuisine, and history. This tour combines six of the area’s top sites over a two-day trip, all seen with the expertise of a local guide. Dive into ancient history at Teotihuacan and Tlatelolco, learn explore the Guadalupe Shrine, visit Xochimilco, learn about art in Coyoacan, and tour the Frida Kahlo museum.
A private experience in the Iztaccuatl National Park, leaving from your hotel and we return you safely to the same place. We will accompany you by the hand of an expert who will guide you and explain everything about the area in which you will be walking.
Relax on whisper-quiet and emission-free electric boats! Imagine getting to know the pyramids and their surroundings on an ATV. You will get to know them completely in just three hours. All the places besides where you can enter the ancient caves of the city. Do not miss it! It is an extraordinary experience.
The guide will take you through the oldest roads in the city, where you can see the agave crops, as well as explore as if you were in the Indiana Jones movie, where you can enter tunnels where conventional tourists normally cannot arrive. In addition to what they can taste of the local drinks, they will also learn interesting things related to the ancient Teotihuacan civilization.
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