Make your way to the designated meeting point to begin your Mexico City Adventure. To start off we’ll head to Templo Mayor Museum. Here you will hear some historical facts about the different culture the Spanish encountered when they arrived to the region.
Next we’ll jump through time to the colonial period and visit the Metropolitan Cathedral and the bell tower where we will learn about the introduction of a new religion to the region. We’ll learn how traditions changed replacing Aztec gods with a new religion.
Then we'll return to modern-day Mexico City. Continue your journey as you commute like a local, riding the subway to a famous community market; Mercado San Juan. Along the way, your guide will share some facts with you about about public transportation in one of the biggest cities in the world. We will arrive to an exotic market and you will navigate and sample some exciting snacks on display.
To wind down from the crowds we will head over to Torre Sears where you will enjoy the best views of Fine Arts Palace (Palacio de Bellas Artes) and sip on some included refreshments. Here, you will learn some fun facts about Palacio de Bellas Artes that has gone from being a colonial-era convent into a modern-day display of Mexican arts and culture. After our refreshments we’ll dive into the arts with a visit to the Diego Rivera Mural Museum.
We then return to the meeting point where, having covered some key cultural and historical spots in the city, your Mexico City exploration will come to an end.
Age Restriction: 12 years old minimum.
Recommended Attire: We recommend dressing comfortably and wearing comfortable walking shoes. During rainy season (May to September) we recommend wearing a light jacket/sweater and bringing a raincoat or umbrella.
Suggested Packing List: Leave your valuables, such as passports and credit cards, in the hotel and only bring a small amount of spending cash. Keep large cameras discreetly stored in a backpack.