See Mexico City’s major attractions with 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 highlights. Buses run regularly from morning until night, giving you the flexibility to explore the sprawling metropolis at a pace that suits you.
Mexico City hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour with 17 bus stops
See top attractions, including the Zócalo, Plaza Manuel Tolsá, Cibeles Fountain, Independence Monument and more
Enjoy unobstructed views from the open-top, double-decker bus
Learn about Mexico City’s sights and history from the onboard audio commentary
Ticket is valid for 24 hours, leaving time to sightsee or shop at a leisurely pace
Hit the major landmarks of Mexico City on this hop-on hop-off bus tour, an easy way to get your bearings of the large metropolis. Take in great views and informative commentary as you travel by open-top, double-decker bus, and hop off as many times as you like within a 24-hour period to sightsee independently. Buses leave every half hour, making it convenient for you to schedule your day without hassle. To begin your city exploration, step aboard the bus in Zona Rosa and head to some of the main landmarks. In the Zócalo, you can't miss the massive Mexican flag in the center, as well as the imposing National Palace. Get to know the stories behind the Revolution and Independence monuments, Colón Roundabout and Plaza Carso. Make sure to check out the city’s world-class museums, including the National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropología) and the Tamayo Museum and the Museum of Modern Art. When it’s time for a break from the sightseeing, hop off at Santa Fe shopping mall or Paseo de la Reforma and Insurgentes avenues. Both locations offer a great variety of places to grab a bite to eat or pick up souvenirs. See Itinerary below for a full list of stops.
Reviews by Viator travellers
The actual trip was fine. The vendor would not not accept a mobile ticketso i ha
, Jan 2019
Ticket. Had to walk to many places before we could het them printed. Left a bitter taste for a viator sponsored trip, should have been told if this before hand.
This one was really good though we did not have enough time because my husband and I took this tour the day we arrived in Mexico City so it was late in the afternoon already after we found the hotel to get out wrist tag. We just took one straight ride to get everything and it was already dark. Anyway, we got a lot covered the next day.
This was a terrible choice. In Polanco we waited for 30 mins while the other bus came every 5 mins. Then the bus stopped at the Cathedral and I had to walk about 8 blocks to Hostal “El Amigo” to get the bracelets to be able to get back on the bus. At the hostal, NO customer service whatsoever!
This tour- terrible! (Used Viator in Boston -great!) Hard to find voucher turn in, 15 minute walk from there with confused directions. Bus driver-no English, Had to ask if English translation equipment or wouldn’t have known. Finally found if go to top we can get translation. Very disorganized!
DO NOT BOOK ANY TOURS WITH AMIGOS TOURS! We have traveled all over the world and booked a lot of tours from Viator and have never had any problems before, unfortunately this vendor is the most incompetent, unprofessional and rude company we have ever encountered. First of all, they have two different addresses on their vouchers and their instructions are not clear, so it makes it very difficult to figure out where they want you to meet. The first office we went to, which was impossible to find, didn't have the wristbands we needed to get on the bus, so they made us go to their other offices which are located inside a youth hostel in a very hard to find street of the historic area. They are located on the second floor in a very hidden, back room office. Everyone that works there is very rude, unorganized, incompetent and don't even want you inside their office or answer any questions. We had been walking so much from office to office in the middle of a hot day, during a major political demonstration with thousands of people and blocked streets with my elderly mother, but they still very rudely kicked us out of their offices and told us to wait in the downstairs youth hostel waiting area, which was dirty and smelled gross! After waiting a very long time to get our wristbands we had to walk even more to find one of the bus stops to start our tour. They weren't even kind enough to tell us where to go to pick up the bus, so we had to figure out where to go on our own. I do recommend you doing a Hop-On/Hop-Off bus tour, but DO NOT USE AMIGOS TOUR You will regret it! Viator, please stop recommending Amigos Tours!