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Make the most of your trip to Mexico City on a private tour that takes you to all of the city’s must-see attractions in a matter of hours, leaving you with more time to explore the sites that most interest you. This private tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off and can accommodate your group of two to 12 passengers.
Private tour of Mexico City
Tour accommodates your group of two to 12 passengers
Fully narrated tour provides insight into local landmarks
Ideal overview of the city for first-time visitors
Begin your private tour of Mexico City with pickup from your hotel. Your driver knows the best routes to avoid traffic and make the most of your sightseeing trip.
First, drive down the Paseo de la Reforma, one of the most beautiful and famous avenues in the city; see local landmarks like the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral and Chapultepec along the way.
Then, continue to the main square, Zocalo, and take a walking tour through the UNESCO-listed historic center of Mexico City, learning about important historical sites as you go. Your customizable itinerary includes the option of touring the Museum of Anthropology, known for its collection of pre-Hispanic artifacts.
Conclude your tour with drop-off at your hotel.
The Plaza de la Constitución, informally known as El Zócalo, is the main square of Mexico City. Together with the surrounding streets, it occupies an almost rectangular surface of approximately 46 800 m² (195 m x 240 m). It was named in honor of the Constitution of Cadiz promulgated in 1812. This is the second largest square in the world and the first among the Spanish-speaking countries. 1
The Zócalo is located in the heart of the area known as the Historic Center of Mexico City, in the Cuauhtémoc delegation. Its location was chosen by the Spanish conquistadors to be established in an area close to what was previously the political and religious center of Mexico-Tenochtitlan, capital of the Mexicas.
The National Museum of Anthropology (MNA) is one of the most important museum sites in Mexico and the Americas, designed to house and exhibit the archaeological legacy of the peoples of Mesoamerica, as well as to account for the country's current ethnic diversity. The current building of the MNA was built between 1963 and 1964 in the Bosque de Chapultepec by instruction of President Adolfo López Mateos, who inaugurated it on September 17, 1964.
The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary to the skies of Mexico City is the seat of the First Archdiocese of Mexico and is located on the north side of the Plaza de la Constitución in the Historic Center of Mexico City, in the Cuauhtémoc Delegation. When forming part of the mentioned architectonic set in that area of the city, it is consequently Patrimony of the humanity from 1987
Its construction began in 1522, as the second private residence of Hernán Cortés, on top of a part of the huey tlatoani Moctezuma Xocoyotzin palace. Then it was acquired by the crown and intended as the seat of the Viceroys of New Spain, and most of the colonial institutions. During that period it suffered a great fire and was semidemolido in 1692, later it was reconstructed by the viceroyal authorities. Once the Independence of Mexico was consummated, it was the seat of the executive, legislative and judicial powers of the different republican and monarchical regimes of the country during most of the 19th century; it was even the personal residence of all the rulers between 1822 and 1884; from then on, it remained as presidential office until 1968, partially recovering this function in 2012, and completely in 2018.
Excellent tour- Carlos our guide was very knowledgeable and professional and made our visit to Mexico City so enjoyable. Christian, our driver, also very professional and a very good driver- we felt very safe.
Excellent! We really enjoyed our time. Brenda, the tour guide was excellent, very knowledgeable, courteous and friendly. She really explained the history well and tied it very nicely to current political events. Strongly recommend this tour. We had a great time.
David is an excellent guide! He is very passionate about the history of Mexico and taught us so much about it! Through David we found Mexico City to be an amazing, interesting and dynamic city. He made sure that we were able to see all of the important sites and it was enough to decide that we would like to return for a more in depth experience!
The tour guides were so knowledgable and friendly. They answered all our questions and they drove us to the sites. I fully recommend this private tour as we did not have such a good hotel experience the night before and this revived our faith in the local people there. This private tour was amazing!