Get a taste of the culinary renaissance in Colonia Roma, a district just west of Mexico City’s Historical Centre, on this half-day food walking tour. This formerly European enclave lined with mansions is now a bohemian hub home to the trendiest eateries, shops and bars. Samples to enjoy may include tasty fish tacos, Oaxaca and French cuisine, and mescal during stops at a bistro, microbrewery, a coffeehouse and more. Along the way, learn about the neighborhood’s history and development into one of Mexico City’s hottest dining spots.
We are locals of Xochimilco that speak english, this is an all inclusive tour with activities such as drinking margarita, tequila, mezcal, pulque and michelda cocktail (workshop), playing lottery or Mexican bingo, eating bruch of mexican regular o vegetarian tacos.
Explore Mexico City’s most unique nightlife locations during this small-group bar crawl. Get exclusive access to three bars, from craft cocktails in an upscale to an insider’s-only speakeasy location. Learn the cultural context behind each establishment as you sample classic and innovative drinks. Air-conditioned vehicle transfers are included.
Eat your way through the vibrant Colonia Narvarte on a small-group food tour in Mexico City. Set in a neighborhood not frequented by tourists, you’ll experience its flavors like a local. Culinary highlights include tacos at a taqueria, tacos al pastor from a street vendor, chela (cold beer) at a traditional cantina, and a mezcal tasting at a popular restaurant. Along the way, learn about the neighborhood's culture and history.
Experience Mexico City’s vibrant food culture on a private tour that explores classic tacos, mezcal, and Mexican craft beer. With a local guide to lead the way, you’ll discover colorful neighborhoods in the capital city, making a series of tasting stops for an evening of food and fun. This private food tour includes all food and drink tastings, as well as pickup and drop-off at hotels in Mexico City.
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.
Discover the culinary riches of Mexico City’s historic center on this half-day food walking tour. Taste authentic Mexican cuisine, designated a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, as an in-the-know guide takes a small group to a local market, a traditional cantina, a street food stall, and restaurants. Sample different types of foods and gain insight into Mexico’s history and culture as you admire its historical architecture along the way.
Get an insider’s peek into Mexico City's culinary hotspot of Polanco on this food walking tour. An in-the-know guide whisks you around the well-heeled neighborhood to several different eating venues. Sample Oaxacan, Yucatecan and traditional dishes, including chocolate and ice cream desserts, against the backdrop of Polanco’s parks, mansions and art galleries. Capture a memorable experience on this small-group tour limited to just 10 foodies.
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.
Peruse 2 of Mexico City's top street markets during this 5-hour cultural and salsa making experience. Navigate the bustling markets packed with goods like exotic flowers, traditional piñatas, super hot tamales, taco lesson and taste, food history, and 'magic' love potions with your guide, who will give you the inside scoop on the best places to find whatever you're after. With tasty samples along the way, you'll finish your tour with panza llena, corazon contento: a fully tummy and a happy heart. On this tour, you will learn about the socio-political history of Mexico, support independent market vendors, and experience real connections by meeting with a local family.
Combine two of Mexico’s greatest culinary inventions—mezcal and tacos—on a tour of one of Mexico City's fascinating neighborhoods. Soak up the nighttime atmosphere as you taste traditional mezcal with an expert, then visit four taquerias for very different takes on the classic dish. Your tour includes beer, mezcal, and tacos, for an unforgettable evening of food and drink.
Enrich your experience of Mexico City’s world-class Museum of Anthropology with a guided walking tour. Learn about the country’s ancient, pre-Columbian cultures from a bilingual and certified guide. See important artifacts like the Mexica Sun Stone, monumental Teotihuacan sculptures, and the tomb of Mayan King Pakal with museum admission included in the tour price.
Reach the top attractions of Mexico City easily and affordably on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Choose from four themed routes, which cover distinct areas of the city. Disembark at stops that interest you and hop back on when you’re ready. Or simply relax on the upper deck and listen to commentary during the ride. You’re free to experience the city your way at a pace that works for you.
This Iztaccihuatl Volcano hike is a must-do for outdoor enthusiasts visiting Mexico City. An experienced guide gets you ready from start to finish on this adventure-filled day. Trek for 3 hours on an intermediate trail that ends a few thousand feet below the snowcapped summit 17,000 feet high. The air may be thin up there, but the views are not — soak up stunning views of Popocatepetl and the Valley of Mexico before descending the dormant volcano and fueling up with lunch (own expense).
Explore Mexico City’s traditional cantinas on this fun guided excursion. Visit spots like Gallo de Oro, Salon Spain, and Mancera Hall, and learn the stories of these historic watering holes from an informative local guide. Enjoy a range of tequilas and finish the night at one of Plaza Garibaldi’s beloved restaurants, El Tenampa.
This is an all inclusive experience. You won´t have to add expenses for transportation, food, drinks, except inside of the stadium.
We guarantee comfortable transportation & a well-paced, but relaxed schedule, we will manage for you to get a smooth access to the stadium & enjoy every moment of this activity. We make sure you have all drinks you want before the game, and finally at the end of the game, we will drive you back to your hotel, Airbnb lodgment or to the agreed meeting point allways taking care of you.
We know how important is for you to get safe & efficient transportation, so we guarantee your ride will not only be completely safe but also fun. You count on us to make your visit to México City a great experience.
Experience Montenegrin wine and local nature with ease on this private tour. Depart from your accommodation in an air-conditioned vehicle and head to the Sipcanik wine cellar. In the company of your guide, sample three Montenegrin wines and learn about the process of making the wine. Visit Nijagara Waterfalls during the day.
Travel deep into Mexico’s wine-producing region of Querétaro for a tour of Cavas Freixenet, a winery famous for its sparkling wine. From the vineyards to bottling, learn about the wine-making process as you descend into underground cellars and taste some of the popular bubbly. Afterward, visit the colonial town of Tepozotlán and admire Baroque architecture, as well as religious art. This full-day winery tour from Mexico City includes round-trip hotel transport.
Avoid Mexico City's tourist-trap bars and restaurants, and drink like a local on a small-group Cantina tour. Set in the vibrant Barrio Alameda, you'll visit four of the area's most popular cantinas and enjoy a drink and authentic Mexican food at each. Every sip, bite, and step of the way, you'll enjoy cultural commentary and good company from your local guide.
Sip your way through some of Mexico City’s top breweries on a small-group bike tour. The outdoor adventure spans four of the city’s most popular neighborhoods, including La Condesa and Colonia Roma. Over the course of the excursion, you’ll enjoy tastings at four distinct breweries and learn about each business’ history and brewing techniques. Traveling by bike enables you to enjoy CDMX cityscapes, parks, and historical landmarks without breaking a sweat.
While you are in Mexico City, do not miss the opportunity to escape the big city and visit a vineyard in Querétaro & Peña de Bernal.
During our journey, we will see the landscape of central Mexico while we arrive directly at Peña de Bernal. There you will have time to admire the landscape and take some beautiful pictures.
Our next destination will be the magic Town of Bernal. Here you will have free time to shop and explore the wonderful streets.
After visiting these unique sites, we will go to Freixenet Wine Cellar, to get to know the winemaking, you will taste the delicious Mexican Tapas and of course, enjoy the exquisite taste of a unique wine.
Have the opportunity to visit a wine cellar at 25-meter depth.
You won't find nothing more Mexican than a Combi ride, pulque, beers Lucha Libre and tacos.
Travel back in time thru the streets of the City in a Mexican time machine 1975 emblematic VW van "La Combi". We will pick you up at the meeting point and make 3 stops: 1. To a Cantina; you will taste a typical and peculiar drink called Pulque 2. Lucha Libre show to experience a very Mexican show 3. To the Taqueria to finish the night with mouthwatering tacos.
While we cruise From one point to another we will share with you some important events that happen in Mexico in the 70's decade and listen to Mexican Rock Music of that decade.
We take care of everything you just need to enjoy a real Mexican night.
Munch on Mexico’s most famous savory snack during this tasty taco crawl through Mexico City. Discover under-the-radar hotspots only frequented by locals while you get an insider’s perspective on Mexican cuisine. Eat as much food as you’d like, so make sure to come with an empty belly. Sample pastor, volcán, quesadillas, spicy beer cocktails, and freshly squeezed juice. You’ll be led by a private foodie guide.
Meeting Point at the "La fuente de la Cibeles" at 9:00am.
Hop aboard our classic 1975 VW Bus "La Combi" and embark on an unforgettable journey to two of the city's most famous sights: Coyoacan & Xochimilco!
In Coyoacan: walk thru the streets, walk around the main plaza and explore a typical Mexican Market "Mercado".
For the 2nd stop, we will arrive at Xochimilco and hop on a colorful boat called a 'Trajinera.' We will cruise around the water canals while enjoying some food (tacos, quesadillas & Guacamole) and drinks on board. Depending on the group size; we might play loteria and enter a Axolot farm.
Finally, we'll return to "La Combi" and transfer you back to the starting point.