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Mexico City: Teotihuacán Early Access & Tequila

1. Mexico City: Teotihuacán Early Access & Tequila

On this GetYourGuide Exclusive experience, immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the 'City of the Gods'. Beat the crowds and learn about the history as well as the latest discoveries from your expert guide. Finish by sampling some local products. Visit Teotihuacan in the early morning, arriving at this famous archaeological site just as it begins to open its doors for the day. See the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon and the different buildings, plazas, and murals that make up this important pre-Hispanic city. Complete your tour with a stop at an obsidian workshop run by a Teotihuacan family. Enjoy tastings of liquors made from cactus, as well as tequila, mezcal, and pulque.

Mexico City: Autentic Culinary La Merced Market Food tour

2. Mexico City: Autentic Culinary La Merced Market Food tour

Make a stop at: La Merced, Calle Rosario 180 Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City 15820 Mexico The colorful and chaotic Merced Market serves thousands of shoppers every day. On this tour, you'll visit our favorite food stalls, meet some talented market vendors, and learn about the history of the market. You will finish learning why La Merced is different from any other place in Mexico. Stop at: Centro Historico, Centro Historico, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast At the end of this tour, we'll spend some time strolling the streets of a recently renovated part of downtown, an area filled with thriving bars and cafes and a lively street art scene. Eat at Mexico City's famous La Merced market on a small-group food tour. Designed for travelers who want an authentic culinary experience, your tour guide will take you to food stalls frequented by natives of Mexico City. Between bites, meet some of the market vendors and learn about their history. Your food adventure ends with a traditional drink and snack in a newly popular part of the Historic Center. You can try .pozole or pancita .tacos suadero and pastor .Horchata water .Quesadillas .mexican candys .Mexican bread Local fruit All you can eat Duration: 4 hours

Mexico City: MUCHO Museum of Chocolate Entrance Ticket

3. Mexico City: MUCHO Museum of Chocolate Entrance Ticket

Book your entry ticket to MUCHO, Mexico City’s Museum of Chocolate that inspires and educates cultural manifestations related to cocoa and chocolate. Smell, touch, listen, and look as you learn everything about chocolate history and culture. Step through the Chocolate Museum’s doors and enter an elegant and inviting ambiance located within a characteristic house from 1909 in the Colonia Juárez neighborhood of Mexico City. Immerse yourself in a chocolate universe where sight, taste, smell, and touch, are the main factors of a unique experience. Get inspired and let your creativity shine as you learn about cacao and its importance in Mexican culture. After visiting the museum, choose to stop at the MUCHO store where you can find products made by artisans, chocolatiers, and artists, as well as foods and drinks, including a variety of cocoas and chocolate.

Mexico City: Flamenco Tablao Live Show & Dinner

4. Mexico City: Flamenco Tablao Live Show & Dinner

Do not miss this authentic live 3-Hour Flamenco show accompanied by the best Spanish music, dancers and musicians that Mexico City has to offer. Enjoy a night like no other in one of the best flamenco tablaos on the American continent. Get to know first-hand the particular beauty of this typical dance of Andalusia and Spain while enjoying a cup of wine or beer or water. Music, singing, dancing, and a lot of passion; find all this and more by booking this night activity. Prepare to see entertainment that will leave you speechless. If you select the premium option you can accompany your evening with a drink and Spanish tapas cooked with authentic Spanish recipes. Marvel at the best flamenco music played live and direct. This experience is truly a delight for all the senses.

Xochimilco: Boat Tour with Ambystoma Mexicanum Sanctuary

5. Xochimilco: Boat Tour with Ambystoma Mexicanum Sanctuary

Visit the canals of Xochimilco aboard my boat, visit the Ambystoma Mexicanum Sanctuary Commonly called Axolotl, have fun along the way with Mexican music and Mexican cocktails tutorial. Visit the island where Netflix recorded mexican film, eat at the floating island restaurant, drink margarita, tequila, mezcal, pulque y michelda (workshop), play Mexican bingo, and test your artistic skills in our karaoke challenge. End the experience with a surprise activity, you will love it. We will start and end the tour at the meeting point Pet friendly experience.

Mexico City: Local Markets & Exotic Food Tour

6. Mexico City: Local Markets & Exotic Food Tour

Get a taste of local life on a walking tour of Mexico City's famous markets. Try local delicacies, exotic dishes, and of course tacos at Mercado de San Juan. Shop for local handicrafts from over 350 vendors at Mercado La Ciudadela. Your market walking tour starts at the historic center of Mexico City to learn about the city's birthplace. Listen to your guide's captivating tales about sites such as Casa de Los Azulejos, the Zocalo, and the National Palace, among others. You haven’t visited Mexico if you haven’t eaten Mexican tacos. Visit a local taqueria also known as a taco restaurant to try a variety of tacos and glimpse Mexico's local flavor. The first market stop is Mercado de San Juan, the home of food lovers. One whiff of their exotic meats and fruits and your inner foodie will be drawn in like a bee to honey. One local delicacy on offer here is the chicatanas ants, are you feeling adventurous? Continue your walking tour at Mercado La Ciudadela, a particular favorite for artisans. This famous market is a one-stop shop for great local handicrafts, including Oaxacan textiles and alebrijes. The market is packed with more than 350 vendors, all selling goods from across the country. Finish your tour with a shot of tequila or mezcal to complete your authentic Mexican foodie experience.

From CDMX: Queretaro, Guanajuato & San Miguel de Allende

7. From CDMX: Queretaro, Guanajuato & San Miguel de Allende

This captivating tour, complete with accommodation, offers you a chance to explore the most iconic attractions of remarkable cities. Your adventure starts with a breathtaking panoramic view of Queretaro from Mirador Los Arcos, accompanied by fascinating historical insights shared by your guide. Leave no stone unturned as you visit the city's most significant landmarks, including Santa Cruz de los Milagros Temple and Exconvent. Discover the grandeur of the Santiago Apostol Parish and its famed baroque patio. Stroll through the picturesque gardens of Plaza de la Corregidora and conclude your guided tour at the Teatro de la República. After indulging in free time, you'll be whisked away to your comfortable three-star hotel in Guanajuato. As night falls, brace yourself for a captivating nocturnal expedition through the city's enchanting streets. Marvel at the beauty of the iconic Garden of La Paz. Be amazed by the oldest sculpture of the Virgin Mary in the Americas at the esteemed Basilica of Guanajuato. Admire the architectural masterpiece that is Teatro Juárez, inspired by the grand temples of ancient Greece. Complete your Guanajuato experience with a traditional Callejoneada, a delightful journey through the city's emblematic alleys accompanied by the tunas, a lively musical group reminiscent of a Spanish tradition from the seventeenth century. The following day, venture back in time as you explore the picturesque Plaza del Baratillo, a must-see spot that embodies the essence of Guanajuato. Traverse the former birth house of the renowned artist Diego Rivera and immerse yourself in the captivating history and architectural splendor of the University of Guanajuato and the Alhondiga de Granaditas. Before bidding farewell to Guanajuato, you'll have free time to meander through a Handicraft Market, where you can marvel at local craftsmanship and acquire a meaningful souvenir. San Miguel de Allende, a city celebrated for its traditional Spanish Baroque architecture and vibrant cultural festivals, sets the stage for the grand finale of your tour. Begin your journey at the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel, an exquisite parish that stands as an iconic symbol of the city. Delve into its captivating gardens, uncovering the rich history and intriguing secrets. Continue your exploration with a visit to the intriguing Temple of San Francisco, a subject of architectural debate among experts. Acquaint yourself with iconic sites such as the Casa de Allende, the School of Arts, and the Civic Plaza.

Mexico City: Cantinas Traditional Mexican Bars Tour

8. Mexico City: Cantinas Traditional Mexican Bars Tour

Find out why the cantina's local scene is so popular in Mexico City and considered part of Mexico's heritage. Each cantina has its own history, traditions, and specialties, from beers and customary Mexican drinks to some of the best Tequilas in the world, not to mention the delicious traditional Mexican food and snacks that you can enjoy at the Cantinas. You will learn about Mexican history and gastronomy when you tour these unique bars. Join us while we visit three of the best Cantinas in Mexico City: Salon España, Gallo de Oro, Salon Mancera, and the world-famous Tenampa, house of the traditional "Mariachi Band". You will spend around 1 hour in each cantina admiring its old decorations, and history, and trying some of Mexico's best tequila and traditional drinks. You must be 18 years old or older to attend this tour. The cantinas visited may vary depending on availability, you will visit three of the cantinas mentioned above. Changes may occur without previous notice. Thank you for your understanding.

From Mexico City: Peña de Bernal & Freixenet Wine Tasting

9. From Mexico City: Peña de Bernal & Freixenet Wine Tasting

Join a day trip from Mexico City that will introduce you to highlights of the Querétaro region. Check out the impressive landscapes of Peña de Bernal, explore that magical town of Bernal, and enjoy a wine tasting and tour at Freixenet Winery. Depart from Mexico City and admire the landscapes of central Mexico on the way to your destination. Your first stop is Peña de Bernal. See the unique rock formations and take some pictures. Afterward, head down to Bernal and enjoy some free time to shop and explore its charming streets. Then, head to Freixenet Winery and take a tour of their facilities and their 25m deep wine cellar where you can learn about how wine is made. During the tour, you can taste three different types of wine and 5 mixed tapas. To end the afternoon, wander around the winery and enjoy free time on the property before you return to Mexico City.

Electric Bike City Tour with a taco stop.

10. Electric Bike City Tour with a taco stop.

Experience the best of Mexico City on an e-bike tour led by a knowledgeable guide. Discover iconic sights like Bosque de Chapultepec, Reforma Avenue, and the historic center. Get geared up with a helmet, reflective vest, and e-bike for a safe and effortless ride. Explore vibrant neighborhoods including Condesa, Roma, and Polanco, learning about their unique architecture and cultural diversity. Recharge with a delicious taco break, savoring the local flavors along the way. Join us for an unforgettable adventure through this diverse and multicultural city.

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If you ever wondered about cacao beans and the chocolate process, this is the tasting tour for you. My husband and two children were so very impressed with the entire tasting experience. We learned how and where the cacao grows, why it's planted near fruit trees, the fermentation process, the different ways that cacao is cured in order for it to develop different flavors, what types of foods and fruits it can be paired with for the ultimate tasty experience. We tried cacao beans at different stages, then enjoyed a delectable tasting of 6 different chocolates from 100% dark chocolate to white chocolate. We then paired the chocolates with cheeses, with fruits, veggies (won't share which so as to not spoil the incredible surprise!), and with champagne. We topped the two hours with a cup of warm, spicy hot chocolate. After drinking that I felt like a goddess! So very much recommend this incredible experience with Oscuro Puro!

BEST idea to do this early morning before the crowds and the intense sun, although it means being up and at the meeting place by 6:50 am! Teotihuacan is a marvel, and our guide Carla was able to capture important points without overwhelming us with information. Tour includes climbing and walking on dusty roads, but it's worth seeing the magnificence of a once great empire. The tequila tasting was a fun bonus, as we didn't realize there were that many variations, including pulque and a liqueur! Restaurant wasn't great and not cheap, but it was okay.

Site is incredible and it's good to do it with a guide. Miriam, our guide, was knowledgeable and friendly. The rest of the tour outside the site was a bit too touristy for me, however it was nice to get lunch, if a bit overpriced. Would recommend as the pyramids are not to be missed.

Everything was amazing, Leonard and Serjio both of them were amazing, they have unbelievable information about the area and story of their nation! I’d recommend them to all travelers who are in Mexico City or planning to go there. It was my pleasure to be in their tour.

Excellent experience, the early morning trip is great, weather is cool and the site is almost Empty. The history of the place is very rich and the pyramids are impressive.