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Seasonal Experiences!

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Mexico is home to some of the most interesting, mystical and relevant events of the contemporary world, these tours are planned to make the most of your visit to Mexico during your stay in these seasons.

Our Tours


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Great walking & food tours

Did the walking tour and street food tour in the same day with Belen! She was an amazing guide with lots of enthusiasm and was great to talk to. She found common connections with every participant and really listened to their questions to give thoughtful answers and explanations. It really made a big difference compared to guides who maybe follow a script too closely - a sign of an experienced guide! The tour complimented everything else we did on our trip and we tried some foods that were brand new to us - all incredibly delicious. Couldn't recommend enough! My tip would be that if your team are not big eaters, let the guide know in advance for smaller portions to not get too full along the way!

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Sunday walk through Downtown Mexico City

Downtown Mexico City offers you thousands of attractions. You can find all kinds of restaurants, from the most classic and historic to the most modern. The architecture of the historic buildings is sensational, it is a great pride to feel surrounded by so much culture. You can find an endless number of museums, it is not possible to visit them all in one Sunday, it is important to take a list of what you want to do each Sunday. The cathedral and national palace are fantastic, the people who come from the towns to sell their handicrafts are also a great attraction. Finally, if you can visit the Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico, located on Madero Street, you will be amazed by its internal architecture and has a fantastic restaurant on the top floor, where the view is spectacular.

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More than a food tour

I truly enjoyed both the food and historical background of Mexico and it’s people with Paco. In between food stops, I learned so much about the city and was even able to cross off a few “must see” places along the way. It’s hard to pick one thing, but the Dulceria de Celaya was a truly a gem that I would have missed otherwise. This tour was one of the standouts of my trip

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