Travel to the largest megacity in the Hispanic world and discover its most iconic places, aromas and flavours
Come and discover one of the most valuable treasures in Mexico and admire the stunning archaeological landscapes of Teotihuacán.
If you´re a big fan of Mexican food and particularly of the Aztec city´s tacos, this tour is the ideal option for getting to know Mexico.
Discover Mexico city far away from the hustle and bustle and breathe in the clean and fresh air.
Immerse yourself in the most cultural and bohemian neighbourhood to be found in Mexico and discover passionate stories like those of Frida Kahlo and La Malinche.
Start your best journey in Mexico City!
Mexico City, is the capital of Mexico and one of the most populated cities in the world, formerly known as Mexico Federal District, is a destination full of history, culture, art and gastronomy, with our free tours, you will know the essential things to see in Mexico. The best free tour Mexico City await you.
What to visit in Mexico City? By reserving one of our free walking tour Mexico City with guide tour in Spanish, you will visit the historic center of the city, the Plaza de la Constitución or also known as the Zócalo, it is the main meeting point for tourists and locals, you will know the Metropolitan Cathedral In the baroque style Hernán Cortés was the one who ordered its construction and the National Palace where you can see the popular murals of Diego Rivera. You will walk along Calle Francisco I among its most emblematic buildings such as Casa Borda, the Temple of Profesa and to enjoy magnificent views of the city you can go up to the Latin American Tower, and you can visit the various shops, restaurants and cafes of the city. zone.
With our routes in Mexico City, you will discover the Basilica of Santa María de Guadalupe, the most visited in the Mexican country. You will visit the Templo Mayor highlighted by the ruins of the ancient Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, in the museum you will see one of the best Aztec collections in the world. You will get to know the Barrio de Coyoacán, a bohemian neighborhood where artists reside and two of the most interesting places are located, the Casa Azul, where Frida Kahlo lived, or the Casa de Hernán Cortés. Near Parque Alameda Central, the oldest urban park in America, is the Palacio de Bellas Artes, which houses various collections of Mexican muralism. Don't miss the Bosque de Chapultepec, which houses the National Museum of Anthropology. To see the old Mexican neighborhoods, visit the Barrio de San Ángel, and enjoy its markets in the Plaza del Carmen. And yoorner, travel the 50km from Mexico City to visit the Pyramids of Teotihuacán. Variety of excursions and tours that you can take advantage of, it's worth it!
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