Downtown Mexico City Walking Tour
Downtown Mexico City has been inscribed in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites because of it’s cultural and historical importance, on this tour I will provide information, facts, anecdotes and legends related to the production of murals by Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco, David A. Siqueiros and more!
At lunch, I will take you to try some of the local delicacies, just like my dad did when I was a kid and discovered this amazing city to my eyes, home style food, hand made tortillas and the best places to choose away from the tourist traps!
Madero and Cinco de Mayo streets will lead us through history, architecture, food and the crowd to the Plaza de la Constitucion, the main square and emblem of the Mexican society.
- 10:00 At the opening time of the Diego Rivera’s Mural Museum.
- 10:45 Central Alameda park.
- 11:15 Fine Arts Palace.
- 13:00 Lunch.
- 14:00 Madero and Cinco de Mayo streets.
- 14:30 Metropolitan Cathedral and Main Square.
- 16:00 National Palace.
- 18:00 End of tour.
The itinerary can be adapted to traveller’s interests: do not hesitate to contact me for a customized tour.
What is included:
- Purified water.
- Fruit snacks.
- A la carte lunch away from the crowds.
- Knowledgeable explanation of the downtown area, history, architecture, legends and traditions.
- Guided service, commitment to your needs and interests, advice on any situation you may require orientation and the certainty that you are dealing with a professional and experienced individual.
What is NOT included:
Public transportation tickets, Personal expenses, souvenirs, drinks or snacks, transportation back and forth to your hotel.
6 hours, the tour length depends on your commitment, interests, weather and other factors beyond my control.
$188 USD for 1 passenger.
$38 USD every extra passenger up to 10 passengers.
Being a walking tour no transportation is provided, we will meet at the entrance of the Diego Rivera Mural Museum, Balderas 202, Colonia Centro C.P.06000 Ciudad de Mexico. Next to the Central Alameda Park.