Discovering the most incredible attractions along this photo walk will give you the opportunity to get some of the best pictures of you taken throughout the city. You will have plenty of great photos of yourself, friends and family. Our guide will take you to the best spots to get the greatest photos meanwhile sharing the history of Mexico City and showing the hidden gem of the city You also have the option to go on a private tour and pick the places you would like to go.
Meet the incredible structures created by the iconic architect Luis Barragán. Visit the sculptural Torres de Satélite, whose perception of qualities stands out even in movement and from afar. Discover the Cuadra San Cristóbal, the Fountain of the Lovers and the Fountain Bebedero, whose set was created really for riders and their horses. The route has transportation, which can be taken at different points established in the city, starting at 09:00 AM and ending at 12:00 PM.
Be amazed with the incredible architectural works of Luis Barragán. Start by visiting the Convent of Capuchinas, highlighted by the tectonic character of the materials, the handling of lights and shadows, the treatment of the spaces, the play of colors and the unique details. Later, meet Casa Gilardi, Barragan's last work, where he worked with total creative freedom to create a space unlike anything in the world. Colors, space, architectural elements. The mastery reflected in this house will make you forget you are in the middle of a busy city.The route has transportation, which can be taken at different points established in the city, starting at 09:00 AM and ending at 13:00 PM.
Be amazed with the incredible architectural works of Luis Barragán. Start by visiting the Convent of Capuchinas, highlighted by the tectonic character of the materials, the handling of lights and shadows, the treatment of the spaces, the play of colors and the unique details. Later, meet the Casa de Estudios de Luis Barragán, a work to which he gave a personal touch and his design integrates both traditional Mexican architecture and modern international architecture. Finally, Casa Gilardi offers a space full of sensations thanks to the colors, distribution and architectural elements used.The route has transportation, which can be taken at different points established in the city, starting at 09:00 AM and ending at 13:00 PM.
Visit two of the most significant structures created by the emblematic engineer Luis Barragán. Casa Gilardi offers a space full of sensations thanks to the colors, distribution and architectural elements used. The House of Study of Luis Barragán is a work to which the author gave a personal touch and its design integrates both the traditional Mexican architecture along with the modern international. Barragán's influence on world architecture continues to grow, and his preserved house, as he lived until his death, is one of the most visited sites in Mexico City by architects and connoisseurs of the art of the world.The route has transportation, which can be taken at different points established in the city, starting at 10:45 AM and ending at 14:00 PM.
Experience an incredible journey through all the works of engineer Luis Barragán, recognized as a key figure of the architectural style in twentieth-century Mexico. In the company of a guide, visit his most outstanding works, including the Convento de Capuchinas, Casa Luis Barragán, Casa Gilardi, Torres de Satélite, Fuente de los Amantes, Fuente Bebedero and Cuadra San Cristóbal. The route has transportation, which can be taken at different points established in the city, starting at 09:00 AM and ending at 17:00 PM.
Experience Mexico City through the lens of its contemporary artists with this special studio tour. As you visit the studios of several artists, you’ll have the chance to chat about their processes, inspiration, and current work. This tour provides a rare opportunity to experience contemporary art outside a formal gallery setting, and visitors are welcome to purchase works directly from the artists themselves. The tour ends with a catered reception.
CDMX Urban Photowalk is a unique photowalk with 2 black women who have been living in Mexico City for over 4 years. One is a professional photographer who will take candid shots of customers along the photowalk. The other is a trained Jamaican chef who will introduce guest to fun food experiences in Mexico City. Both will discuss life in Mexico City as foreigners, and give guest a unique perspective as to why we love this great city so much. Within 7 days after the tour, guest will receive a link to 10 high resolution images capturing the essence of their photowalk.
- Cortijo Galicia: Traditional Mexican ranch with an amazing view to the "Eagle's Peak" mountain. - Ajusco's Labyrinth: A stunning house with a beautiful attic and a replica of the yew maze of the Hever Castle, in England.- Ajusco National Park: The Ajusco is known for its high elevations reaching 3,900 meters (12,795 ft) above sea level and is visible from any part of the city. The park is characterized by pine-oak forests and high mountain.
Once we pick you up from your hotel. We will go to Taxco. Admire its winding stone streets, Spanish-style homes with red-tile roofs and booths selling colorful pottery. Admire the immaculate Baroque facade of the Santa Prisca cathedral, a church that towers over the charming city.If you're in the mood for shopping, pop into one of the city's many jewelry stores. These distinctive boutiques offer handmade baubles created with silver from the local mines. Learn about the history of the silver industry in Taxco, the oldest mining center in North America.From here, we will drive to Xochicalco, an ancient archaeological zone declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Reach the emblematic Temple of the Feathered Serpent. Before leaving the pre-Columbian world behind, make sure to visit the astronomical observatory. Step inside to see the space where—from April through August— bright rays of sun penetrate the cave like laser beams.
National Museum of Anthropology - the treasure of Mexican culture and history.One of the largest pre-Hispanic cities in Mesoamerica: Teotihuacán.The capital of Mexico, a city of contrastsEnjoy these wonderful places accompanied by a professional photographer who'll capture all your special moments during excursion. Full day excursion. Lunch is not included. Your private day trip includes transport and entrance fees. Minimum: 2 travelers
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IF YOU ARE A LOVER OF PICTURES, THIS IS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO KEEP YOUR MEMORIES FOR YEARS. INCREDIBLE MOMENTS THAT WILL BE CAPTURED BY A PROFESSIONAL! WHILE YOU ENJOY YOUR TOUR. During this private tour, you will see Mexico City's city center and its main sights. Afterwards, you will pay a visit to Teotihuacan and see the famous pyramids of the Sun and the Moon. The tour will end with a visit to The Basilica of our Lady of Guadalupe. Full day excursion. Lunch is not included.Minimum: 2 travelers
The annual Monarch butterfly migration is one of nature’s great spectacles and a top attraction for visitors to Mexico’s central highlands. Monarch butterflies goes from eastern Canada to central Mexico for more than 2,500 miles. You will be picked up from your hotel in Mexico City in the morning and go to the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve. On this period, when we have these amazing guests, forests turn into orange color. Butterflies arrival occurs most of the times at the beginning of November when in Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead and mexicans believe that these butterflies are the souls of the dead.Also during the tour, you will have a spectacular walk or if you prefer you can pay to take a horse ride along the coniferous forest to the top of the hill, where the Butterfly Valley lies. Become a witness of this amazing natural phenomenon only from November to the end of February. Do not miss the opportunity to join us in this amazing journey.
IF YOU ARE A LOVER OF PICTURES, THIS IS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO KEEP YOUR MEMORIES FOR YEARS. INCREDIBLE MOMENTS THAT WILL BE CAPTURED BY A PROFESSIONAL! WHILE YOU ENJOY YOUR TOUR. Visit 2 important Mesoamerican archaeological sites on this private full-day tour. With an expert guide, explore the well-preserved pre-Columbian city of Teotihuacán, and then discover the capital of the Toltec Empire with a stop at Tula.Take a walk on the Avenue of the Dead, which connects the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon to other buildings in the complex. As you explore, your guide explains the significance of each site and ruin.Tula, the ancient capital of the Toltec Empire. Climb the 5-tiered Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl, also known as the Pyramid of the Morning Star, to see the massive Atlantes columns at its top. Each of the columns is carved into the likeness of a Toltec warrior and reaches 13feet/4 in height.
Start your trip with a brief visit to a craft center in the Peralvillo neighborhood, one of the city's most emblematic neighborhoods; Learn in this beautiful place all about the crafts of the regions of Mexico.The tour continues through the southern part of the city, where you can visit the Frida Kahlo Museum, or if you prefer you can visit the center of Coyoacán to know the church of San Juan el Bautista and the monument to the foundation of the neighborhood (available 1 hour for any of these two activities).Then, explore Lake Xochimilco, taking a tour on a trajinera (a traditional boat); During the trip you will be able to understand how life was in Mexico City more than 500 years ago and how the first settlers began to organize life in this region. Similarly in Xochimilco.To end your visit, you will enter the central campus of one of the best Public Universities in Mexico "the UNAM". You will appreciate the Olympic stadium and the Central Library.
Did you know Pachuca has the biggest mural in Mexico? Palmitas is a part of the city of Pachuca with a story to tell. Let's dare meet the people and walk on the streets to see each mural and to know the history of each one.Besides the Macro-mural seen from far away, the streets hide beautiful portraits of the neighborhood's history and inhabitants.
This tour contains two of the most representative works of Luis Barragán. The Cuadra San Cristóbal and the Fountain of the Lovers is a set that demonstrates the impeccable use of water, the geometric abstraction of the different planes, and the use of color that used to characterize the author. The tour has transportation, which can be taken at different established points in the city, starting at 10:00 AM and ending at 12:00 PM.
During this tour, you will have the opportunity to visit two colonial cities with a completely different style. Cuernavaca, “The City of Eternal Spring" and Taxco, a renowned silver center.Enjoy these wonderful places accompanied by a professional photographer who'll capture all your special moments during excursion. Full day excursion. Lunch is not included. Your private day trip includes transport and entrance fees. Minimum: 2 travelers
After morning pickup from select Mexico City hotels, kick off your 5-hour tour in Coyoacan, designated by the Secretary of Tourism as Magic Neighborhood (Magic Neighborhood). Follow your knowledgeable guide along tree-lined cobblestone lined streets with 16th-century mansions. Stop by San Juan Bautista church, said to be one of Mexico's most attractive churches, and admire its paintings and chapels.Continue to Coyoacan's highlight attraction: the Frida Kahlo Museum, aka The Blue House ('the Blue House'). See firsthand where Frida Kahlo was born and later lived with her husband, the muralist Diego Rivera. Exhibits include her personal possessions and some of her iconic artwork, which give you further insight into the vibrant life of this world-renowned artist.Spend about an hour at the Frida Kahlo Museum
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