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Pyramids and Downtown

Pyramids of Teotihuacan and Mexico City Downtown

We understand sometimes you do not have enough time to get around in the City and visit all basics, therefore we created this tour that will show you the two most important attractions this magnificent city offers; The pyramids of Teotihuacan and Mexico City´s Downtown. All in a private 9-hour tour and in a very confortable car or van.

This tour will show you along with professional tourist guides these two sites and you will be able to experience the real sights, smells and tastes of the city.  

Places to Visit

  • Pyramids of Teotihuacan
  • Time for lunch
  • Zocalo (Main Square)
  • Palacio Nacional
  • Templo Mayor (Archeological site)
  • Metropolitan Cathedral
  • Madero Street
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes
  • Tequila museum
  • Reforma Avenue

Mexico City On-Demand (City Tour)

Mexico City On-Demand

If you do not have enough time in the city, we highly recommend this private city tour, which includes the best spots and the nicest areas throughout the whole city. We invite you to take a look in a very confortable way and with a local expert who will lead you to all touristic spots from north to south.

This "on-demand" service is a very different way to enjoy the city and cover all of it. We have selected the most important spots in all the city for you to visit them and choose if you want to stay there or not and how long you wish to stay.

You will have an English speaking guy with you at all times and we will cover all routes in Mexico City, you will also be able to hop off and hop in as many times as you wish at any place that you want to.

When choosing this tour you will spend a whole day (from 9 am to 6 pm) in a completely private option based on our recommendations. Consider we dedicate some time for lunch, at the time you decide and at the place where you wish.

Places to Visit 

(recommendations)

  • Presidente Masaryk
  • Iglesia San Agustin
  • Emilio Castelar
  • Museo Soumaya
  • Plaza de las tres culturas
  • Basilica de Guadalupe
  • Zocalo (Main Square)
  • Madero Street
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes
  • National Art Gallery
  • Garibaldi
  • Monumento a la Revolucion
  • Angel de la Independencia
  • Zona Rosa
  • Plaza Rio de Janeiro
  • Fuente de los Cibeles
  • Centro de Coyoacan
  • Museo Frida Kahlo
  • Biblioteca Central
  • Estadio Olimpico
  • Plaza San Jacinto
  • Colonia Condesa
  • Fuente de la Diana Cazadora
  • Estela de Luz
  • Anthropology Museum

Downtown

Downtown

Downtown is the oldest part of the city, which also is home of some of the finest treasures that our country has. This area is full of streets that invite us to walk through the past and remember Mexico City´s time of splendour, a time when horse-drawn carriages carried viceroys and high officials inside.

In this area we can find beautiful buildings and historical sites, such as the Cathedral and National Palace that is the government´s headquarters. Both of these buildings stand in front of the Zocalo, known as the Constitution Square, the second largest in the world (After the Red square in Moscow)

After visiting many of the historical sites that this area offers, we can take a walk in Madero Street, which is known due to its stores, churches and of course its vivid environment. At the end of the street we can finish this ride in the marvellous Palacio de Bellas Artes that represents the most important cultural centre in Mexico. 

  Places to Visit 

  • The Metropolitan Cathedral
  • National Palace (Gouvernment´s headquarters)
  • Templo Mayor (Aztec Archeological Site)
  • Madero Street
  • Regina Street
  • Garibaldi Square and Tequila Museum
  • National Art Gallery
  • Post Office Building
  • Palacio of Bellas Artes

Xochimilco

Xochimilco

Located in one of the 16 areas of Mexico City, Xochimilco is known as the Mexican Venice since you can take a ride in one of its full-of-colour "trajineras" (boats) and lively atmosphere. Through its canals you can know the famous "chinampas" used since pre-Hispanic times to grow different flowers and fruits. Also in this place you can taste the real flavours of Mexico while listening to Mexican music.

This World Heritage Site is a real place that offers you to know Mexico City as a local and enrich your trip.


Places to Visit

  • Ride in trajineras (boat)
  • Handcraft market
  • Food market


Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum

Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum

This area is one of the most common places to visit within the city. It is a very famous, intellectual and bohemian neighbourhood of the Mexican capital city. Many public people from Mexico and abroad (artists and politicians) have had their residencies here.

It is very common for local people to visit this area to chill out and grab some coffee or a hot chocolate cup. Due to its several food options, people normally have dinner or lunch in one of the restaurants in front of the traditional Coyotes Fountain or in the market where you can find typical Mexican food.


Places to Visit


  • Church and convent of San Juan Bautista
  • Conchita Square and Hernán Cortés House
  • Centenario Square and Coyoacan Kiosk
  • Handcraft Market
  • Mercado el 100 (Organic Market)
  • Frida Kahlo Museum
  • Casa de Cultura "Jesús Reyes Heroles"

Xochimilco and Coyoacan with Frida Kahlo

Xochimilco and Coyoacan with Frida Kahlo 


Combine two of the most beautiful and traditional places in the south of the city. Join our Coyoacan and Xochimilco tour for a great low price and see these areas through the eyes of a local person. Spend the morning experiencing the excitement of a ride in one boat through the canals of Xochimilco and its iconic sights including the floating market, the mariachis boats, the colourful trajineras (boats) and much, much more.

After lunch head out of Xochimilco, and stroll around one of the most iconic neighbourhoods of the city, Coyoacan. In this area you can visit many important historical sites such as; Church of San Juan Bautista, Casa de Cultura "Jesus Reyes Heroles" (Art and Culture House "Jesus Reyes Heroles") where you can take a picture in the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo sculpture, Centenario Square, Conchita Square, Mercado el 100 (Organic market) and one of the most representative icons of the Mexican culture; Frida Kahlo Museum. And once the night falls you can enjoy a hot cup of chocolate with a just-made churro at the main square.


Places to Visit

 

  • Trajineras ride through the canals of Xochimilco
  • Church and convent of San Juan Bautista
  • Conchita Square and Hernán Cortés house
  • Centenario Square and Coyoacan Kiosk
  • Handcraft Market
  • Frida Kahlo Museum
  • Casa de cultura "Jesús Reyes Heroles"

        Lucha Libre and  Dinner        (Mexican Wrestling)

Lucha Libre and Dinner


One of the most popular shows in Mexico is definetly "Lucha Libre" (Mexican Wrestling). A show where wrestlers wearing masks and extravagant costumes fight in 3 rounds to obtain victory. The show normally lasts 3 hours and it performs only on Fridays and Sundays in Arena Mexico. When the show finishes we can end up the night eating real Mexican tacos in one of the most famous places to try them in the city, Tacos El Califa that is located in a fancy neighbourhood called La Condesa. This lively area is full of restaurants and bars with lots of people of all ages. 


Places to Visit


  • Mexican Wrestling show
  • Tour in neighbourhood La Condesa
  • Dinner (included)

Pyramids of Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine

Pyramids of Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine


This must see tour is one of the most requested trips in Mexico City. The first stop is in the Tlatelolco neighborhood, where we will visit The square of the 3 cultures, which represents 3 different stages of Mexican history. You will be able to observe an archeological site, a church which was built in the period of the Spanish conquest and modern buildings.

Continue on the Guadalupe Shrine, located in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the spot where it is said to have appeared to an indigenous Mexican. Here you will be able to see the most important religious site in Mexico as you tour the impressive atrium and interior of the new basilica.

After lunch we will explore the very famous archeological site of Teotihuacan including the Temple of Quetzalpapalotl, the Avenue of the dead, and of course The pyramids of the Sun and the Moon.

Places to Visit

 

  • Guadalupe Shrine
  • Archeological Site Pyramids of Teotihuacan

Puebla and Cholula

Puebla and Cholula


Located right in the core of Mexico, Puebla is a city under the imposing volcanoes of Popocatepetl and Iztacciuatl. It opens its doors to all visitors and is introduced as the heroic city, where the most famous battle against the so-called "invincible" French army took place. UNESCO declared this magnificent city as World Heritage.

The poeple from Puebla can really show off their gastronomy, so you would be taken to places where local food is a "must".

Take a plunge into its legends, stories and a landscape with many churches in a tour that you will really love.


Places to Visit

 

  • Cholula Archeological Site
  • Church Santa Maria Tonantzintla
  • Zocalo and Cathedral
  • Fort Loreto
  • Rosario Chapel
  • Market El Parian

Hot Air Balloon Experience

Hot Air Balloon Experience


This is great and different way to enjoy out tour to the pyramids, but in this tourl you will start the morning in a hot air balloon that will give you the best views of the pyramids. Afterwards you will have breakfast at a typival restaurant and make a toast for your flight.

When the experience finishes you will be able to continue your walking tour to the pyramids. 


Places to Visit


  • Balloon Flight (Balloon Airport)
  • Breakfast in a typical Restaurant
  • Archeological Site Pyramids of Teotihuacan 
  • Guadalupe Shrine 

Chapultepec; Polanco and Reforma

Chapultepec; Polanco and Reforma


Through the years, Mexico city has had a rapid growth and this is reflected on its famous streets and fancy neighbourhoods like Polanco. In this neighbourhood you will be able to walk by Presidente Masaryk Avenue which hosts the most famous, posh and expensive stores as well as delicious restaurants. Polanco also offers the so-called Soumaya museum which houses Carlos Slim personal art collection.

Reforma Avenue was built by Empress Carlota in order to receive her husband the Emperor Maximilian. In this avenue you will see The Angel of Independence, Monument of Revolution, Diana Fountain and Chapultepec Castle (The one and only castle in Latin America).

And finally to end up the tour, you will visit the most important museum in Mexico City, The Anthropology Museum which houses original mayan objects and the very famous Sun Stone (Aztec Calendar)


Places to Visit


  • Chapultepec Castle
  • Anthropology Museum
  • Revolution Monument
  • Reforma Avenue
  • Presidente Masaryk Avenue
  • Soumaya Museum

Tepoztlan

Tepoztlan


Before getting there, we will visit "Tres Marias" which is a place in the highway where we will delight ourselves having breakfast. Well known because of its several options of real Mexican food. (Quesadillas, sopes, tacos, mushroom soup, salty meat, etc.)

Tepoztlan is a very small town full of magic and traditions. Located about 1 hour and 30 minutes from Mexico City. In the middle of rocky mountains, it offers us wonderful views from any spot you stand, but especially if you dare to climb the mountain to get to the archeological site you will have a once-in-a-lifetime view.

Also famous for its very unique handcraft market, this small town is the capital of Chapulines (crickets). We will be able to try these in the food market that has a lot of delicious dishes for you to eat


Places to Visit


  • Tres Marías (Breakfast included)
  • Tepoztlan downtown
  • Cerro el Tepozteco (Mountain hike optional)
  • Handcraft market
  • Church and convent of Natividad
  • Carlos Pellicer
  • Food Market


Mexico City at Night

Mexico City at Night


Mexico City is also known as "The City of Palaces" and this name comes from its several building and monuments. During the day these spots are beautiful, but at night they are simply breathtaking. You can enjoy a tour in a private car or van and take pictures of most of them, also you will take a walk through hidden alleys at night.

Some of the spots to visit are Zocalo, Madero Avenue, Alameda Central (Central Park) Bellas Artes, Revolution monument, Coyoacan Square, Polanco, Cibeles Fountain, David by Michael Angelo, Streets of Condesa, etc.

At the end of the tour, we will finish like a Mexican local eating food in a famous restaurant called La Casa de Toño

Places to Visit


  • Reforma Avenue
  • Coyoacan
  • Downtown
  • Condesa
  • Polanco


Customise your Tour

Customise your Tour

We know that many times we do not have what you really want. If there is a place in Mexico City that you want to visit and it is not on our menu, please let us know and we will gladly take you there. Remember that living the experience in Mexico City as a local is what will make your trip unforgettable.  






Our Tours

A confortable way to visit these places in private cars or vans, depending on the party of people attending the tour.

What is included

  • Transportation
  • Pick up and drop off at your hotel
  • Visit to places mentioned above
  • English or Spanish speaking guide
  • Unlimited bottled water
  • Entrance (depending on the tour)

What is not included

  • Meals
  • Personal purchases
  • Tips

Duration

Tours are expected to last 8 to 9 hours, depending on each tour.


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