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Full-day City Tours*

Recommended

Aztec Main Temple

Metropolitan Cathedral

Main Square

National Palace

Diego Rivera Murals

Aztec and Hispanic Heritage

This tour lets you visit the attractions around Main Square (called Zocalo), the heart of the city and headquarters of the most relevant institutions in the country.

Visiting: The treasures of the Main Temple of the Aztecs, then a close-up to the Metropolitan Cathedral, marvel of the art of New Spain and the National Palace, displaying the famous mural paintings by Diego Rivera, beautiful gardens and an attractive site museum. 

Features

• 7-hour private tour.*

• Time for lunch but not included in tour price.

• Includes admissions.

• Meeting at designated point.

Friday to Sunday

Meeting point:

Zocalo Central Hotel Lobby,
61 Cinco de Mayo Avenue

US $180 dollars

(1 person)

Extra person $60

The capital city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and deserves to be explored on foot in its four cardinal points. Great architecture, mural paintings, traditional shops and beautiful courtyards to enjoy every Week-end.

David A. Siqueiros Mural

José C. Orozco Murals

Diego Rivera Murals

Ministry of Education

Fernando Leal

Mural

Splendor of Mural Painting

This tour takes you to the North-east side of Downtown, the cradle of the National University and the Royal Academy of Arts. 

Visiting: San Ildefonso Old College to admire the extraordinary murals of José C. Orozco, Fernando Leal, Jean Charlot and other great painters. 

During the tour you'll have the chance to enjoy the baroque altar pieces, and the splendid spaces in Santo Domingo Square before entering the Ministry of Education building to admire the works of Diego Rivera.

Features

• 7-hour private tour.*

• Time for lunch but not included in tour price.

• Includes admissions.

• Meeting at designated point.

Friday only

Meeting point:

Zocalo Central Hotel Lobby,
61 Cinco de Mayo Avenue

US $180 dollars

(1 person)

Extra person $60

Diego Rivera Alameda Mural

Fine Arts Palace

San Hipólito

Franz Mayer Collection

Alameda Park

Juárez Memorial

A Sunday Dream in Alameda Park

Social and artistic life of Mexico City has developed around this exceptional park, created at the end of the XVI Century and embellished several times to become the heart of the Historic District. Today, this area has superb museums, great restaurants and striking views.

Visiting: Starting at the famous mural painting by Diego Rivera about the park. Then, you will enjoy the glittering silver pieces at Franz Mayer Collection, a time voyage to the art of New Spain. 

You will also enjoy the splendid Palace of Fine Arts to  encounter the highlights of the XX Century art. 

Features

• 7-hour private tour.*

• Time for lunch but not included in tour price.

• Includes admissions.

• Meeting at designated point.

Friday to Sunday

Meeting point:

Hilton Hotel lobby,
70 Juárez Avenue

US $180  dollars

(1 person)

Extra person $60

Coyoacán cloister

Carmelitan monastery

Frida & Diego Studio House

Coyoacán & San Angel

A charming tour to Coyoacan district, cradle of Mexican style and architecture, and San Ángel, the mystic corner where interior design and handicrafts have flourished. Also, an approach to the artist Frida Kahlo's life, her works, environment and

other artists living in the area.

Visiting: 

You will have the chance to visit South of Mexico City: Starting with San Ángel, the Carmelitian monastery and the residential nearby area.

Then, to Coyoacan, one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Mexico City, where Frida's

Blue House is located.

Stroll around cobblestone streets of old Coyoacán and visiting its wonderful market to get a good

souvenir or taste incredible “tostadas" or “quesadillas”. 

Features

• 8-hour private tour.*

• Includes admissions and lunch.

• Transportation from your hotel.

• Frida Kahlo Blue house with extra cost.

Friday to Sunday

Transportation:

Pick up in your place (central locations).

1 person:     US $240 dlls

2-3 people:  US $320

Extra person $80 

Excursions*

Recommended

The outskirts of the city offer a variety of environments, from desert-like valleys to wetlands. On the other hand, he modernity of some neighborhoods are very attractive from the architectural point of view

Xochimilco Canals

Dolores Olmedo House

Natural Landscape

Cuicuilco

Lakes and Gardens

A delightful excursion to the South of Mexico City, to enjoy the wetlands of Xochimilco. This area has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, party because you can observe of a way of life that sustains communities, originated the Mexican civilization and still preserves the ecology of the valley. 

Visiting: 

On traditional gondolas you may observe, vegetables and flowers being cultivated in balance with the natural environment. 

Then, at Dolores Olmedo house you’ll enjoy the beauty of Mexican style garden and the masterpieces of Diego Rivera´s paintings.

Finally, discover the ancient ruins of Cuicuilco, one of the oldest villages in the Mexico Valley, among a fascinating landscape.

Features

• 8-hour private excursion.*

• Includes admissions and lunch.

• Transportation from your hotel.

Friday to Sunday

Transportation:

Pick up in your place (central locations).

1 person:     US $240 dlls

2-3 people:  US $320

Extra person $80 

Sun Temple

Archaeology Museum

Mural Painting

Acolman Monastery

Moon Temple

Clay sculptures

Teotihuacan Archaeological Experience

This tour takes you to a voyage through 3,000 years of architecture and art and experience the roots of civilization comparing two religious systems and their cultural expressions.

Visiting:

Departing from Mexico City to the Northeastern side of the valley along a 35-miles trip (1.5

hours), you’ll arrive to the ancient city of Teotihuacan, the largest in Pre-Columbian America.

In this amazing capital you’ll visit the archaeological site, and its interesting pyramidal

platforms, avenues and palaces. In the site museum, your guide will provide insight about the figurines and mural paintings, preserved in a unique location.

On the way back you will also visit Acolman XVI Century monastery, one of the earliest

expressions of art in New Spain with beautiful artistic details. 

Features

• 7-8 hour private excursion.*

• Includes admissions and lunch.

• Transportation from your hotel.

Friday to Sunday

Transportation:

Pick up in your place (central locations).

1 person:     US $240 dlls

2-3 people:  US $320

Extra person $80  

UNAM Central Library

UNAM

Cultural Center

National Center of the Arts

National Center of the Arts

Anahuacalli

MUAC Museum

South Mexico City Architecture

This tour lets you visit contemporary architectural works in an area full of cultural activity. Along the day you'll be able to experience fantastic spaces, art, style, color and textures may provide you inspiration and delight.

Visiting: Starting at the National Center for the Arts, a complex of theaters, a tower and buildings from different architects, built of the 1990's to provide high education in visual and performative arts.

Then, moving to the National University Campus at UNAM, to admire the integration of architecture, visual arts, and urban planning from the mid XX Century until today. From this area Pedregal de San Angel will be visited in a panoramic view.

The works of Juan O'Gorman, Teodoro González, Ricardo Legorreta, Enrique Norten, Bernardo Gómez, Carlos Villagrán, Felix Candela, can be admired, with a relaxing lunch in a sophisticated environment.

These innovative projects are located close to the traditional Coyoacán, making this tour full of beauty and enjoyment, adding the botanic uniqueness  of the South side of Mexico City.

Features

• 8-hour private excursion.*

• Includes admissions and lunch.

• Transportation from your hotel.

• Barragan’s works under request and extra cost.

Friday to Sunday. Not operating in December.

Transportation:

Pick up in your place (central locations).

1 person:     US $240 dlls

2-3 people:  US $320

Extra person $80 

Ricardo Legorreta

Agustín Hernández

Sordo Madaleno

Soumaya museum

Fernando Romero

West Mexico City Architecture

This tour lets you visit some of the most iconic architectural works in the West Side. Along the day you'll be able to feel fantastic spaces and approach to some architect's works (Legorreta, Romero, Sordo Madaleno, García Avril, among others) in some of the most trendy places in the city. 

Visiting:

The tour starts at Camino Real, which was part of 1968 Olympics macro-project, containing an interesting showcase or styles.

Then we head to the newest areas in Mexico City, Santa Fe and Bosques display interesting architectural projects, and an astonishing urban planning.

Return to Polanco, area of innovative architecture, featuring fine restaurants, shopping centers and superb projects such as Soumaya and Jumex art collections.

Features

• 8-hour private excursion.*

• Includes admissions and lunch.

• Transportation from your hotel.

• Barragan’s works under request and extra cost.

Friday to Sunday

Transportation:

Pick up in your place (central locations).

1 person:     US $240 dlls

2-3 people:  US $320

Extra person $80 

* Face masks required for travelers and guides in public areas 

  Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

* Certified guides

Half-day Tours*

Recommended

An easy way to take a glance of certain spots or topic you’d like to enjoy.  These tours are useful if you are short of time or wish to have a light walking experience. You can put together two or more from the same area to make a full-day.

Colonia Roma Legacy

Admire the architectural and artistic heritage of Colonia Roma, carved on its aristocratic mansions. During this tour you’ll discover the street art, galleries and music venues, and know about those creators who have got their inspiration in the neighborhood.

Once the most modern side of Mexico City, the Colonia (meaning neighborhood) attracted

prestigious families who built French style mansions. For decades, famous intellectuals and artists have lived here.

After 1920, the area witnessed the arrival of a new elite of Mexicans, Americans, Europeans and Latin-Americans, adding more flavors to its already eclectic streets.

Today Colonia Roma lives a vivid renaissance, based on the artistic and culinary scene, populated by prestigious creators, who live side by side with the memory of the local heritage.

Visiting:

• Old town Romita

• Plaza Rio de Janeiro

Features

• 3 to 4-hour walking tour.*

• Departure time: 10 a.m.

• Includes admissions.

Friday to Sunday

Meeting point:

Four Points Hotel lobby,
38 Álvaro Obregón Avenue

Colonia Roma.

US $120 dollars 

(1 person)

Extra person $40

Roma Sur Stroll

South Colonia Roma was populated by middle class families. During this tour you’ll discover the memories of a neighborhood that keeps a unique character. 

A variety of French style mansions, Art Deco and modernist homes have inspired novelists and films such as the homonymous Roma, by Alfonso Quaron. You’ll have the chance to visit some locations.

After 1920, the area witnessed the arrival of a new elite of Mexicans, Americans, Europeans and Latin-Americans, adding more flavors to its already eclectic streets.

Colonia Roma Market reflects this variety of origins in colors, scents and flavors in delicious combinations.

Features

• 3 to 4-hour walking tour.*

• Departure time: 10 a.m or 3 pm.

• Includes admissions.

Friday to Sunday

Meeting point:

Starbucks Roma,
5 Plaza Luis Cabrera,

Colonia Roma.

US $120 dollars 

(1 person)

Extra person $40

Mexica Hall

Omec sculptures

Sun Stone

Olmec jade

Mesoaomerican Treasures 

An expert guided visit to the impressive National Anthropology Museum, entering the Olmec, Mayan and Aztec rooms to discover the Mesoamerican ancient civilizations, and approaching to their life & philosophy, present in every piece. Ideal if you are traveling to other areas in the country.

Features

• 3 to 4-hour walking tour.*

• Departure time: 10 a.m or 3 p.m.

• Includes admissions.

Friday to Sunday

Meeting point:

Museum Main Access,
Paseo de la Reforma Avenue,
in Chapultepec Park.

US $120 dollars 

(1 person)

Extra person $40

Chapultepec Castle

Emperor’s Studio

Dinning Room

Siqueiros Mural

The Emperor’s Secrets

At Maximilian's royal mansion we'll be discovering his secrets, and the beauty he created in Chapultepec castle: elegant chambers, nice gardens and impressive views of Mexico City from top of a hill. Here you'll discover a rich history and a delightful surprise for everyone. 

Features

• 3 to 4-hour walking tour.  Walk up hill. *

• Departure time: 10 a.m.

• Includes admissions.

Friday to Sunday

Meeting point:

Four Seasons Hotel lobby
(500 Reforma Ave.)
Colonia Juárez

US $120 dollars

(1 person)

Extra person $40

XIX Century Mexican Art 

A time voyage to the most exquisite portraits, scenes and landscapes in the National Gallery.

Visiting:

At the National Art Museum you’ll have a mediated tour, specialized in art. Entering José María Velasco Hall, XIX Century Academic Art. Then, a guided tour to the splendid Palace of Fine Arts.

Features

• 3-hour walking tour. *

• Departure time: 10 a.m.

• Includes admissions.

Friday to Sunday

Meeting point:

Palacio de Minería main entrance. 5 Tacuba st. Centro Histórico.

US $120 dollars

(1 person)

Extra person $40

Soumaya Museum

Polanco Immersion Tour

Experience chic Mexico City in the West End. This neighborhood developed in the 1930’s and built avant-garde homes for the Mexican elite, Jewish and Lebanese immigrants. 

The local families have been always kept high standards of living, adding cool architecture every decade. Some of the most prestigious chefs also have chosen Polanco to open their cuisine temples in coincidence with the best art galeries and museums in the city.

Visiting:

Departing to visit Lincoln park, at the heart of Polanco. During the tour you’ll visit some outstanding art galleries and have the chance to find some of the best Mexican handicrafts. Along Masaryk Avenue you'll discover international fashion firms, some of the best silver jewelry workshops and local designers.

At the end of the tour you will visit the splendid Soumaya Museum, which displays a large collection of Mexican Classic art and international works.

Features

• 4 to 5-hour walking tour. *

• Departure time: 10 a.m.

• Includes admissions.

Saturday and Sunday only

Meeting point:

W Hotel lobby (252 Campos Eliseos Avenue), Polanco.

US $120 dollars

(1 person)

Extra person $40

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* Face masks required for travelers and guides during the tours.

* Hand sanitizer available for travelers and staff

* Certified guide

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