Viva la vida loca en una velada en Ciudad de México. Disfrute de una bebida en una cantina de la ciudad, cante y baile al ritmo de la música mariachi y, a continuación, anime a sus luchadores favoritos en un combate de lucha libre. Conozca habitantes de la ciudad en su noche de fiesta, desplácese en transporte público con la ayuda de su guía profesional, y disfrute de una noche de diversión diferente en Ciudad de México.
Cesar was a great host. He was very knowledgeable about Lucha Libre and I was extremely impressed with the performances of these masked athletes. After that we learned about Mezcal and Tequila, and danced with a beautiful and charismatic mariachi singer (her "ay yi yi" catchphrase was well-delivered). The cantina afterwards had great food.
First viator tour I have experienced that was nearly a complete disapointment. This tour featured using public transportation, eating first at a cantina, then going to Luche Libre, followed by an hour of dancing/singling at Garibaldi Square. Finally drop off at a pub near Zocolo.
In contrast to the description, this is what happened. First we were taken to a bar to drink for over 1/2 hour. Many of us hadnt eaten, expecting to go to cantina first, so we were not pleased, We seemed to be waiting for a driver. Our van not public transport arrived and then took us to the tequila museum at Garibaldi Sq. Altho this was not on the itinerary, we stayed there for over 1/2 hour and then were asked to test some cheap tequila. By then it was 730 and many were starving. We walked across the square, entered a mediocre restaurent. It was not a traditional cantina. It offered OK food, nothing special. while OK, it was the worst food we had in CDMX while discovering places on our own Since we were running late we were asked to order simple things like tacos. We only had 1/2 hour to order, eat, and pay so it was very rushed. No singing and dancing to Mariachi band in the Square. Luche Libre was indeed entertaining. After LL we got into the van and were dropped off in a dark alley blocks away from the Zocolo, not at a pub close to Zocolo
I would recommend this trip if Viator can guarantee it will be as advertised. Otherwise I would go to Luche Libre on my own.
This definitely was the best tour I took in México. The tour guide was great, explaining everything we saw and experienced. The lucha libre was awesome, the part I had less expectations and it was a great experience, I had a really fun time. The visit to Plaza Garibaldi was great, even though I think we got short in time or I'd had like to spend more time strolling in the Plaza after dinner. I recommend this tour.
MUST DO! You need to schedule this tour, our guide Pilar was really nice and the group was in the mood for having a great time! I did it as a solo traveler, and it's perfect since you get to meet a lot of people and Pilar is great with the ice-breaking dynamics. We were a group of 8 approx, and we all got to meet each other, and have nice talks! The places chosen for this tour are worth it, and I can ensure you will have one of your greatest nights at México.
Easily the worst experience of our time in Mexico City. The guide was 30 minutes late, we walked forever to the cantina. and what we thought was going to be a tour of several cantina turned out to be one sit down dinner at one cantina with occasional appearance of a Mariachi. Dinner was incredibly long. We us sat there talking with our friends. Thought we were going to tour several cantinas then go out on the square to listen to music before being bused to the arena. Didn't happen. Then when we got to the arena, there was a mixup on times and tickets and we stood outside on the street for a long, long time, then got to our seats 20 minutes late. A pretty much wasted evening.
This was a great way to experience night life in Mexico City! Our plane was late so we were late in trying to meet up with the group, but our guide Milton was very helpful and accommodating. The earthquake happened during this time as well, so everyone was scrambling to get things back on track. Everything was well organized and very professional.
This tour is a definite MUST and our tour guide Rodrigo was amazing! You get to see an inside on Mexico City night life, learn some brief history of tequila, mariachi, the luchador culture, and the Zocalo district. It was a great way to meet people and even with much drinking, it was very organized. Rodrigo made sure the party was brought out of everyone. Definitely our best night there!