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Avoid the crowds on this early morning tour of the Teotihuacan pyramids, also known as the City of the Gods. On this tour, an archeologist takes you around the UNESCO World Heritage Site and gives you insight into the majestic plazas and murals. Snap memorable shots from the top of Sun Pyramid and Moon Pyramid, and then cap off your day trip from Mexico City with a visit to an obsidian factory.
Explore the mysterious, pre-Aztec city of Teotihuacan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a full-day, private tour. There’s a lot to see in the sprawling archeological site, and visiting with a personal guide ensures you'll have the chance to take it in at your own pace, without being rushed by a group schedule. Even the departure time and route are flexible, so you can tailor the day to your preferences.
On this private half-day tour, avoid the large tour groups and get to know the sights of Mexico City in the company of just your family and friends. Your personalized guide takes you to Tlatelolco, an excavated Aztec zone. Visit the Shrine of Guadalupe, a popular Catholic pilgrimage site, and set your eyes on a cloak said to have imprinted on it an image of the Lady Virgin. Explore the archaeological ruins of Teotihuacan, and climb the Sun and Moon pyramids for arresting views. Transport, tickets, and lunch are included.
Hit three top historical attractions on this full-day guided tour from Mexico City: Tlatelolco, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and Teotihuacan. See where the main market of the Aztec empire once stood in Tlatelolco. At the Shrine of Guadalupe, one of the most popular Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world, see a cloak with an image of the Lady Virgin on display. Stroll through the archaeological ruins of Teotihuacan, known as the City of the Gods, and climb the Sun and Moon pyramids for fantastic views.
Hit two must-see attractions—Teotihuacan Pyramids and the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe—on this full-day tour from Mexico City. Discover architectural treasures in the UNESCO-listed zone of Teotihuacan, also known as the City of the Gods, and then climb the Sun and Moon pyramids for fantastic views of the ancient city. Finish the day with a visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, one of the most popular religious sites in Latin America.
Save by booking two popular Mexico City tours with this Super Saver featuring some of Mexico City’s best sites. Discover the colonial beauty of Coyoacán, stroll through North America's oldest university and gain insight into Frida Kahlo’s life and artwork at her former home of Casa Azul. Then, drift through the waterways of Xochimilco, a UNESCO site, and enjoy snacks aboard a ‘trajinera’ boat. You’ll come away with unique experiences and knowledge of Aztec history and colonial architecture.
Combine mezcal and Mexican wrestling on a half-day lucha libre tour in Mexico City. Discover the fascinating history, rules, and personalities of Lucha libre over a drink and a snack, then catch a live match at Arena Mexico, often called Mexico’s “cathedral of Lucha libre.” This tour is led by a former luchador, or wrestler, who shares a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the world of Lucha libre's heroes and villains.
Enjoy a hands-on cooking lesson on the Mexican culinary arts during this class in Mexico City. The Traditional Mexican Cooking Class, led by your chef-instructor, takes you to a local market for a broad overview of local cuisine before you whip up authentic Mexican dishes. Choose between a morning and evening lesson.
This Viator Exclusive—available nowhere else—gets you inside Chapultepec Castle, one of Mexico City’s most popular attractions, before the crowds pour in. In relative tranquility, discover the castle’s 12 halls filled with royal artifacts and learn about Chapultepec’s origins as a retreat for Aztec rulers. An informative guide then takes you to the National Museum of Anthropology, which houses the largest collection of traditional Mexican art in the world.
Get an insider’s peek into Mexico City's culinary hotspot of Polanco on this food walking tour. An in-the-know guide whisks you around the well-heeled neighborhood to several different eating venues. Sample Oaxacan, Yucatecan and traditional dishes, including chocolate and ice cream desserts, against the backdrop of Polanco’s parks, mansions and art galleries. Capture a memorable experience on this small-group tour limited to just 10 foodies.
The House Museum allows its visitors to discover the deep relationship that exists between Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, their paintings and their home. The rooms show part of the work of Frida and Diego Rivera, who also lived there.
Among the highlights of the house are the beds (day bed and night bed) that Frida used to paint while she was immobilized due to the terrible accident she had. Many of his paintings were inspired by this and the suffering he experienced after several reconstructive surgeries.
Another attraction of the museum is the study of Frida, where you can also appreciate its library.
We send you tickets with a range of one hour, before or after the time you choose.
Availability is very limited.
Discover one of Mexico’s most important archeological sites in a small group limited to 20 on a tour of the Teotihuacan Pyramids from Mexico City. With your guide, visit the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which include the Sun Pyramid, Moon Plaza, Palace of Quetzalpapalotl, and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl. Entrance fees and transport via public bus are included.
Immerse yourself in one of Mexico’s most exciting cultural traditions during a half-day ‘Lucha libre’ (Mexican wrestling) experience in Mexico City. Sample a Mexican cocktail at a traditional tavern before watching a live Mexican wrestling match at either Arena Mexico or La Arena Coliseo (depending on the day you have booked), two of the country’s most famous Lucha libre stadiums. Small-group tour limited to 15 people.
Discover the culinary riches of Mexico City’s historic center on this half-day food walking tour. Taste authentic Mexican cuisine, designated a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, as an in-the-know guide takes a small group to a local market, a traditional cantina, a street food stall, and restaurants. Sample different types of foods and gain insight into Mexico’s history and culture as you admire its historical architecture along the way.
Ride a traditional barge through Xochimilco canals, then visit Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera landmarks on an immersive private tour of Aztec history and Mexico City art. This tour includes round-trip hotel transfer and admission to Xochimilco, the Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli, and Frida Kahlo Museum, and features the mosaic murals at UNAM.
Peruse 5 of Mexico City's top street markets during this 5-hour cultural and educational tour. Navigate the bustling markets packed with goods like exotic flowers, traditional piñatas, super hot tamales, handcrafted voodoo dolls and 'magic' love potions with your guide, who will give you the inside scoop on the best places to find whatever you're after. With tasty samples along the way, you'll finish your tour with panza llena, corazon contento: a fully tummy and a happy heart.
Mexico City’s vibrancy extends across arts and culture, cuisine, and history. This tour combines six of the area’s top sites over a two-day trip, all seen with the expertise of a local guide. Dive into ancient history at Teotihuacan and Tlatelolco, learn explore the Guadalupe Shrine, visit Xochimilco, learn about art in Coyoacan, and tour the Frida Kahlo museum.
Visit Teotihuacan in the early morning for a memorable view of the landmark site on a full-day tour from Mexico City. Afterward, stop at an artisan market, then have time to purchase lunch and refreshments before returning to Mexico City. Your tour includes entrance fees, air-conditioned transportation, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Discover architectural wonders on this guided day trip to Cholula and Puebla from Mexico City. Inside Cholula’s archaeological zone, feast your eyes on Pirámide Tepanapa, or the Great Pyramid, the world’s largest—even bigger in volume than Cheops in Egypt! Wind your way through the UNESCO-listed city of Puebla, home to gorgeous tiled buildings and Mexican Baroque churches, including the Church of Santo Domingo and Chapel of the Rosary. Bonus: hotel transport and lunch are included.
Maximize your time in magnificent Mexico on a full-day trip to Puebla and Cholula from Mexico City. With a knowledgeable guide, discover the rich cultural heritage of each city, and marvel at Puebla’s beautiful historical center. Sample Puebla’s enticing range of culinary delights (own expense) and browse a traditional craft market for special souvenirs.
Discover one of the most enigmatic sites in Mesoamerica, with the best guides in a schedule where we will avoid large crowds, we can adapt the route to the needs of our customers (children, senior citizens, etc).
At a convenient point for your group, we will pause our tour of the archeological site to enjoy a delicious Mexican lunch at a restaurant.
Known as the City of the Gods, Teotihuacan was one of the largest and most important pre-Aztec cities in Mexico, home to nearly 200,000 people from several ancient cultures. Get to know the UNESCO World Heritage Site during your own private tour from Mexico City with an archeologist guide. Gain special insight into the majestic plazas and murals, and take frame-worthy shots from the top of the Sun and Moon pyramids. Cap off the day with a mezcal and tequila tasting at a local obsidian factory.
Experience the best of central Mexico on this action-packed 5-day tour. Start with a great overview of Mexico City on a hop-on hop-off tour, before exploring some of the city’s top landmarks on guided tours. Visit the UNESCO-listed Teotihuacan pyramids, as well as the cities of Cuernavaca, Taxco, and Puebla. See one of the most recognizable religious figures at the Shrine of Guadalupe. Stay at a comfortable 4- or 5-star hotel for six nights and rest easy knowing that transport details and your itinerary have been mapped out for you.