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.
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.
Don’t pay hundreds of dollars for a tour, we believe that everybody should have the right to enjoy the flavours of a new country and to learn the history of its cuisine without having to spend a large amount of money.This is a tour where you will try the best street food from Mexico and Mexico City with the charisma and expertise of one of our guides!We will take a 20 min. walk from the meeting point to Mercado Roma and in this market we will be stopping in different food venders so for this tour, don’t expect gourmet food, this is the real and authentic street food eaten by the locals of Mexico City, you will learn about the history of the market, we will explain you the origins of what you are eating and most important you will get to taste the real Mexico.
Get a taste of the culinary renaissance in Colonia Roma, a district just west of Mexico City’s Historical Centre, on this half-day food walking tour. This formerly European enclave lined with mansions is now a bohemian hub home to the trendiest eateries, shops and bars. Samples to enjoy may include tasty fish tacos, Oaxaca and French cuisine, and mescal during stops at a bistro, microbrewery, a coffeehouse and more. Along the way, learn about the neighborhood’s history and development into one of Mexico City’s hottest dining spots.
Live the experience of knowing the history of Mexico in pre-Hispanic times through its gastronomy!You will visit the magical town of Tepotzotlán, where a local guide will take you on a hike through the mountains to discover the cave paintings and tell you about the cultures that were settled in the region. In the afternoon you will have a gastronomic workshop where you will learn about the ingredients, dishes, utensils and culinary traditions of pre-Hispanic times. You will grind corn and cocoa in "metate" and a delicious sauce in "molcajete"You will delight with a delicious pre-Hispanic food with chapulines, chinicuiles, quelites or frog!
Experience Mexico City’s vibrant food culture on a private tour that explores classic tacos, mezcal, and Mexican craft beer. With a local guide to lead the way, you’ll discover colorful neighborhoods in the capital city, making a series of tasting stops for an evening of food and fun. This private food tour includes all food and drink tastings, as well as pickup and drop-off at hotels in Mexico City.
A unique and delicious experience in the Mexico City’s Historical Centre, you will eat authentic Mexican food! Travel across the history of Mexico! – Walk through the streets of Mexico City to learn about their stories, the emblematic buildings and be amazed with the legends that have made Downtown Mexico City a magical place for 700 years.
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.
Would you like to try Mexico City’s genuine street food made for locals and experience the most authentic flavours?Getting into the subway and learn how the public transportation works. Visit one of the most traditional and important markets of Mexico City, observe the different products that are sold inside and eat a peculiar taco with french fries. Walk on the Historical Center, eat on the best-qualified taquerias according to the locals and learn about the preparation of each of the dishes. Taste a sample of insects inside an exotic market which offer lion meat. Drink pulque inside a traditional pulqueria and finish eating churros on the original place that brought the churros to Mexico.During the whole tour, we will make 9 stops and in each one you will get a complete taco or complete sample. The experience doesn’t include drinks but the average cost of a drink is 20 pesos or 1 dollar.
It is not only about eatting, but also we want you to learn and visit some of the places that not everyone goes to. We want you to try 5 different kinds of tacos, you will try from Pastor, to Suadero; get lost in the concrete jungle and feel like a true local, and of course you will visit one of the most explusive tortillerias in the country; along with experts who will explain the whole history of them.
We're two young entrepreneurs, very passionate about nature. One of us, Roberto, works hand in hand with some communities by teaching them how to grow mushrooms, while the communities teach him about foraging for edible mushrooms in forests. The other one, Diego Nino, is one of Mexico's most important chefs, and also, a chef with a huge commitment to the environment. He has won several competitions around the globe.
Join the only tour that makes you live an incomparable nighttime experience by dining at the largest revolving restaurant in the world and living a Mexican night out.Start the evening with a gourmet culinary experience at the Bellini revolving restaurant located on the 45th floor of the World Trade Center. Your appetizing dinner will be served with a 360 degree view of the Valley of Mexico with panoramic views of the city.Also, enjoy the best of international cuisine in a complete 4-course menu. The restaurant makes a full rotation every hour and 45 minutes, so at the end of the meal you will have seen all the points of the city.Continue through the Plaza de los Mariachis. You will be part of a colorful show full of beauty and folklore where you will enjoy a complimentary drink while you watch the show. The mariachi will wrap you up with the traditional Mexican melodies that will make you dance, sing and enjoy an unforgettable evening.
About your host Rodrigo,"I am a foodie, an expert in tacos and Mexican with all my heart. I was born and raised in Mexico City. I love to walk its streets, find new places and go into the kitchen to learn all the stories and secrets that are in every corner and crack of the city."*EatWith is the world’s leading community for authentic food experiences with locals, in 130+ countries. Through dinner parties, supper clubs, cooking classes, and food tours in private homes and special venues, EatWith connects hand-selected local hosts with travelers seeking unique, immersive food experiences.
This tour offers a pleasant walk through the state of Queretaro, where we will visit 2 of its magical towns, enjoy the semi-desert climate of the region and appreciate beautiful landscapes during the tour.
OVERVIEWJoin our private 13h tour from Mexico City to learn about wine & cheese traditions of Queretaro State, the second most famous wine region in Mexico, and visit its two beautiful colonial towns.HIGHLIGHTSGet impressed by Peña de Bernal, the third-highest monolith on the planet.Visit two wineries, learn about the winemaking process & try some of the best local wines.Get to know the regional cheese-making traditions.Visit two beautiful colonial towns - Bernal & Tequisquiapan.WHY GO WITH USThe time of the tour is spent purely on sightseeing: no visits to souvenir shops/restaurants (unless you ask).An ideal choice for small groups: the price of the tour is fixed & varies just slightly depending on the size of the group.We are flexible: departure time & itinerary can be adjusted while the duration of the tour can be always extended for an extra fee.---------Note: * the price of the tour/person depends on the number of participants in the booking.
Dive in to the diverse and delicious taco universe with Alejandro Escalante, author of the bestselling Tacopedia. This carefully curated walking tour allows you to sample a wide variety of tacos, some traditional, others shaped by current trends. Chat with local vendors and learn their secret recipes. Your guide will share historical information on this beloved and ever-changing dish.
Explore Mexico City’s traditional cantinas on this fun guided excursion. Visit spots like Gallo de Oro, Salon Spain, and Mancera Hall, and learn the stories of these historic watering holes from an informative local guide. Enjoy a range of tequilas and finish the night at one of Plaza Garibaldi’s beloved restaurants, El Tenampa.
Discover the culinary delights and rich history of San Angel, one of Mexico City’s oldest neighborhoods, on this 3-hour food-and-cultural walking tour. Stroll along the cobblestone streets of this artistic mecca, once favored by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and visit picturesque plazas and historical landmarks. A knowledgeable guide share engaging commentary and takes you to popular eateries to sample treats special to San Angel.
Enjoy this private service ideal to visit with family or friends and move at your own pace, accompanied by a professional guide who will take you to visit a wonderful place such as Querétaro on this occasion to learn a little about its famous Wine Route and the Cheese where you will visit one of the most famous wine cellars in the region and America. You will also visit a beautiful Cheese Cava where you can spend a nice afternoon well attended.
Take an authentic, private cooking class in the colonial neighborhood of San Ángel. Step into the home kitchen of Lucía, a talented cook with a graduate degree in Mexican culinary history. With Lucía’s guiding hand, use fresh, local ingredients to prepare a seasonal menu of dishes like chiles en nogada (meat-filled poblano chilis in a walnut cream sauce) and traditional moles (savory meat dishes cooked in spice and chili sauce). Enjoy your meal in Lucía’s lovely home garden.
Take a bite out of Mexico City’s hippest borough on this Mexican food and culture tour. From traditional ethnic eateries to culinary hotspots that spark national dining trends, your guide will show you where to eat like a local. Highlights Polanco sightseeing, food and cultural tour Experience the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Mexico City's coolest borough. Eat, drink and learn about the history and the evolution of culinary culture in Mexico from food to visit a traditional restaurants with a side dish of culture and history.
Allow yourself to be fully immersed in Mexico City’s culinary culture on a private food tour of Coyoacán, led by a photographer guide. Browse vibrant markets, sample traditional dishes, and discover historic landmarks as you explore, leaving the navigation and photographic documentation to your host. Afterwards, receive 15 professionally edited photographs of your experience, ideal for sharing on social media.
Discover the architectural and gastronomic wonders of Teotihuacan on this day trip from Mexico City. Your trained guide will lead you through this UNESCO World Heritage Site, stopping at the pyramids of the moon and sun and the palace of the butterflies. Enjoy a workshop on pre-Hispanic gastronomy with tastings of local treats like nopal (cactus), xoconostle (prickly pear), and pulque, a fermented maguey drink consumed by the Teotihuacan elite.
Explore Mexico City’s Chapultepec's Castle and Paseo de la Reforma’s landmark sites on this half-day guided excursion. Begin with a stroll down Reforma and learn about Mexico’s stories and legends from an informative local guide. Marvel at the Angel of Independence monument, enjoy a tasting at a famous churrería and chocolate factory, and see Mexican history at the hilltop castle of Chapultapec.