What To Expect:
Mexico Travel Tour Highlights
This tour is a fascinating and comprehensive summary of Mexico City’s important historical landmarks and lesser-known cultural treasures. Wander through the charming cobblestone streets of the suburb of San Angel, and catch the Bazar Sabado if you are fortunate enough to be in town on a Saturday. See Casa Estudio de Diego Rivera, once home to both Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, where you can admire exhibits dedicated to both of these influential artists before enjoying lunch at an authentic colonial hacienda-style restaurant. Follow the Aztec waterways of Xochimilco as you enjoy a two-hour cruise down these ancient passages in a traditional Trajinera riverboat. Browse the Nativitas Embarcader and the Mercado de San Juan. Take a tour through Mexico City’s museums and the historic city center, making a visit to Catedral Metropolitana, Latin America’s oldest cathedral, and Templo Mayor, where you will get an in-depth tour from the site’s resident archaeologist. Visit Palacio de Bellas Artes, and enjoy an excursion to the famous ruins of Teotihuacan for a day of archeological adventure learning about the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon before getting a lesson on pulque, an ancient alcoholic beverage enjoyed by the Aztecs. Conclude your tour and depart from Mexico City filled with an understanding for both Mexico’s past and present glory.