Explore the markets of Mexico City on a 4-hour walking tour, and experience the city like a local. Find unique souvenirs at 3 of the most representative markets of Mexico City center, including La Merced, one of the largest markets in Latin America.
What to Expect
Experience a feast for all your senses, and discover the colors, scents and tastes of Mexico City on a tour of 3 of the city’s most representative markets.
A local guide will take you to La Merced, one of the largest markets in Latin America, with traditions that date back to colonial times. Located at the eastern edge of the historic center, the market sells food produce and homeware, making it especially popular with locals.
Continue to Sonora Market, also known as the “witches market.” Established in the 1950s, the Mercado de Sonora specializes in live animals, herbal medicines and occult items. Rub shoulders with locals as they buy their medicinal herbs and “Day of the Dead” figurines.
The last market of your tour is San Juan Market in the historic center. One of the oldest of Mexico City’s city owned market buildings, San Juan is famous for its exotic meats, such as wild boar, venison, and even crocodile meat.
You will use the public transit system to get from market to market, and to provide a rich and authentic experience.
What's Not Included
- Food and drinks
- Tips and personal expenses