Explore Mexico City on 3-hour walking tour. Visit the main sights around the Zócalo, and enjoy a crash-course lesson in the city’s history. Walk through the Zona Rosa and Condesa districts, and stop at bakeries and bars to sample local specialties.
What to Expect
On this 3-hour guided walk in downtown Mexico City your guide will take you to see museums, architectural wonders, historical monuments, and more.
As you walk through the streets of the downtown area your guide will tell you about the city’s heritage, culture, and history. In addition, you’ll hear about places to eat, get a drink and have fun.
First you’ll visit the Zócalo, the main square at the heart of the city. The square is bordered by the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace, the Old Town Hall, other colonial buildings and also the Templo Mayor.
Learn how Mexico won its independence in 1821, and about the times that independence was threatened. Visit the spot where the revolution took place in 1910, and hear about the social and artistic expressions that resulted.
Your tour will also take you to the Museum of the City of Mexico and the Palace of Fine Arts. You’ll walk by the Hospital de Jesús Nazareno, one of the oldest buildings in the city, and pass by architectural wonders, such as the Palacio de Mineria.
What's Not Included
- Meals and drinks
Know Before You Go
Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes and bring sunscreen. Please do not bring heavy bags with you.