Top sights in Mexico City
Our most recommended Mexico City Night Tours
1. Mexico City: Wrestling Show and Double-Decker Bus Tour
Visit Arena Mexico to attend a live Lucha Libre wrestling show and experience the most traditional and spectacular of Mexico's sports in person. Watch as the colorful masked wrestlers go three to four rounds and enjoy the lively atmosphere in the arena. Listen as your guide, an expert in the art of wrestling, explains the rules.
After the show, hop on board a double-decker bus and set out on a nighttime tour of downtown Mexico City. See the most iconic sights and learn about the city's history as you make your way along the tour route.
2. México City: Wrestling Tour
Have fun and feel the passion with the best wrestling tour. On this tour, you will enjoy the incredible panoramic view on board of the double floor bus with a retractable roof visiting Monumento a la Revolucion, Alameda Central, Glorieta de Colón, and Parroquia de la Sta. Veracruz. Arriving at Arena Mexico you will receive a free mask and a shot of tequila and will live and understand the culture of the wrestling art, explained by the guide. Mexican wrestling began in 1840, one hundred years before it became an official sport. The first wrestling took place in public squares, theaters, bull rings, or any small box ring where fight demonstrations take place. At the beginning of the 20th century, most of the wrestling promoters were foreigners, for example, the Italian Giovanni Resselech, who organized two wrestling seasons in 1910, and the Belgian Constant le Marin, who first made a pres...
It was really nice seeing this wrestling show and the luchadores. However due to covid measures the arena were not very crowded, thus not that much animated.
3. Mexico City: Day of the Dead Guided Tour
The tour begins with pickup from the meeting point in Mexico City and heads to the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) where traditional altars, dedicated to iconic figures, celebrities, and family members, are decorated every year on the Day of the Dead. Learn about the symbolism of these altars and their importance to the people who create them. Listen to your guide's fascinating stories, and discover why marigold flowers are used, among other items, to decorate the altars. Mingle with the locals as you take part in this special day. Finally, visit Xochimilco to take a tour of the canals at nighttime in a trajinera – a traditional Mexican boat. Pass through floating gardens and visit a pantheon to admire yet more impressive altars.
4. Garibaldi by Night - Mexico City
As night sets in, we’ll head out to enjoy the lively atmosphere of Mexico City by night. We’ll drive along lighted streets, heading for the world renowned "Plaza Garibaldi", a classic meeting place of the most famous Mexican Musicians, "The Mariachi’s." Enjoy a classic Mexican show that will give you a taste of our folklore and tradition. Dance to the beat of live music as we enjoy the Mexican hospitality of this spectacular atmosphere and a Mariachi Variety Show. One drink is included as encouragement to dance. Depending on your enthusiasm, it may take more encouragement!
5. Garibaldi by Night with Dinner at Bellini
As the night sets in, start the fiesta right with the spectacular lights of Mexico City over a romantic dinner at Bellini, a revolving restaurant located on the 45th floor of Mexico's World Trade Center! As the restaurant slowly revolves, you and your company will enjoy breathtaking views in every direction. Offering award-winning Italian and international cuisine, this beautiful venue is truly the top of the town. After dinner, feel the electricity in the air before heading out into the Mexico City night. Driving along Tacuba Street, the destination is world renowned "Garibaldi Plaza," a classic meeting place of the most famous Mexican Musicians, the mariachis. Enjoy a classic Mexican show created to give you a taste of Mexican traditions and folklore. Dance to the beat of live music and enjoy Mexican hospitality in a festive atmosphere!
6. Mexico City: Lights Night Bike Ride
Start the tour by pedaling through the great Reforma Avenue's dedicated bike lane. Admire the embellished buildings which are rich in history as you travel towards the Chapultepec Park Main Gate. Enjoy the views framed by the night skyline as you head into Roma-Condesa to enjoy the greenery and outdoor nightlife. Stop here for a beer at a fancy bar. Then continue on to the historic center of downtown. Cruise past monuments and palaces as you discover the colorful sights right at Mexico's heart. Experience a relaxed night tour when the traffic has slowed down when it is safe to ride a bike. Enjoy the fresh calming climate as you admire the details on the buildings and monuments and learn about the history behind them.
Fab tour and such a good way to see the city and get your bearings. Try and do it as soon as you arrive. We managed to go on one of the 4 times in the year the park is opened at night for cyclists
7. Mexico City: Tacos & Mezcal Night Food Tour
Immerse yourself in the delicious world of tacos for 3 hours. Discover 4 bustling neighborhoods for a taco safari of traditional, classic and modern taquerías (taco spots). Start with mouthwatering north style tacos, before heading towards one of the city’s street tacos hidden gem. Continue to the taste the best taco al pastor in Mexico City, and then you’ll eat at a contemporary taquería. End the night with drinks at the first mezcal bar of the city where you will taste two kinds of mezcal and one cocktail. Your guide will share insightful stories on how Mexico City has become one of the best food cities in the world. You will enjoy the city lights, the culture, and traditions as we drive around the city. Bring a hungry stomach and get ready to fill it up.
Great experience! I would never try to go to such hidden places and would never taste such a delicious tacos.
8. Mexico City: Lucha Libre Show
There’s nothing more thrilling than a classic wrestling match—jump into the excitement of the arena and see how locals experience this traditional spectacle. Start the evening with a traditional drink and get ready to see Lucha Libre live. Enter the arena in top seats and experience an unforgettable night surrounded by the passion that this traditional sport generates in Mexican crowds. Cheer on your favorite luchador (wrestler) while you learn about the history and social context of this classic show, all while sipping a local beer. See the good guys fighting the bad guys and admire their mind-blowing skills throughout the ring and aisles.
9. Mexico City: 4-Hour Taco Night Private Food Tour
Your tour begins with the collection in a private vehicle from your hotel at night. Throughout this tour you will visit the colonies Narvarte, Roma and Cuauhtemoc, which are characterized by being quiet areas where you can find traditional establishments such as taquerias and canteens. In each of them, you will taste different tacos and typical Mexican drinks. Your last stop will be to the Jamaica Market (flower market) which is open 24 hours and is best known for the sale of flowers. There are over 1,150 positions dedicated to flowers, floral arrangements and ornamental plants, and the variety of flowers ranges from typical roses to flowers of different tropics. The Jamaica Market in the past was located at the eastern end of the Mexico-Tenochtitlán city, oriented towards the Xochimilco Lake. The area was full of artificial islands called "Chinampas", which were used for for agricultu...
10. The Gala Dinner at Bellini in Mexico City
Experience the spectacular lights of Mexico City over a romantic dinner at Bellini, a revolving restaurant located on the 45th floor of the World Trade Center. As the restaurant slowly revolves, you and your company will enjoy views in every direction. Offering award winning International cuisine, this beautiful venue is one of the top picks in the city. Relax and enjoy yourself while our professional chauffeur takes care of the driving. Sample Entree Options: Chicken Medallions with Asparagus Garlic Grilled Red Snapper Beef Medallions in Lemon Sauce
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Planning Your Visit
How long should I stay in Mexico City?
10-14 days is enough to get the most out of this truly amazing city.
How walkable is Mexico City?
It's huge, so you will be relying on public transport a lot. In certain non-tourist areas, it's advised to avoid walking around at night.
When should I go to Mexico City?
Mexico City thrives in the summer, but it is probably best to visit from November onwards if you are averse to extreme heat.
Anything else I should know?
In Mexico, tipping is common in places you may not have expected - for example, at gas stations and supermarkets. If in doubt, check out what locals are doing.
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What people are saying about Mexico City
Our guides were Isabel and Abel, they really have a good back and forth, good natured joking with each other. Abel was the driver and I have to hand it to him and his skill. Isabel was very knowledgeable and professional. She had very good insights for every place we went. I liked that we were given plenty of opportunities to go to the restroom. I'd have liked to have given more time at the Shrine of Guadalupe.
Leonardo and Mario were wonderful. I accidentally bought the tour without the museum, and was sooo happy to find I think I would have enjoyed it less than the free time I had to explore Coyoacán while others were in the museum. Saved me a few bucks on tour price and that neighborhood was so much fun with all types of food and shopping.
If you are in CDMX and want to experience Cholula and Puebla as a day trip...then this is the tour you were looking for. Don't hesitate to book it. It is a private tour which means you will maximize the day by spending more time in both cities.
Francisco was super knowledgeable, friendly, and hilarious. Abel is the MAN behind the wheel. We had a great time, would recommend to anyone visiting CDMX!
Great experience! Tour guide Fernando was outstanding!!!