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Mexico City: Teotihuacan, Shrine of Guadalupe & Tlatelolco

1. Mexico City: Teotihuacan, Shrine of Guadalupe & Tlatelolco

Embark on a full-day guided tour to some of Mexico City's most famous landmarks. Discover more about Mexican culture and history with your guide as you visit Tlatelolco, the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, and the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. After being picked up from your hotel or accommodation, travel with your guide to the first stop on the tour, Tlatelolco. This ancient pre-Columbian landmark is located at the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, and is an important archaelogical site. It is also notoriously known as the location of the 1968 Tlatelolco massacre. Following this, travel onwards to Teotihuacan. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city is estimated to be 2,500 years old and contains some of the most significant Mesoamerican pyramids, such as the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. Climb to the top of these pyramids to get a spectacular view of the “City of the Gods” and the surrounding valley. After exploring the ancient city, stop for lunch at a traditional Mexican restaurant, at your expense. After lunch, make your way to the final stop on the tour at one of Mexico’s most important Catholic pilgrimage sites, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Dating back to the Spanish conquest of the region, the site has undergone multiple transformations throughout the centuries and has remained an important destination for the Catholic community of the country. Afterwards, enjoy transportation back to your accommodation to finish the day.

Mexico City: Half-Day Market Secrets & Cooking Class Tour

2. Mexico City: Half-Day Market Secrets & Cooking Class Tour

It’s time for a food adventure. Mexico City’s markets are some of the most vibrant places in the city, and this tour opens them up to you, just as locals experience them. Your first stop on your Mexico City tour is a relatively unknown market that boasts a large art collection depicting the political movement from the first half of the 1900s. Your guide will explain the importance of the murals and bridge the gap between the political movement of that period with what is going on in today’s Mexico. After this, travel the city just like the locals do, by riding the public metro. This market boasts an unmatched selection of flowers – you’ll be mesmerized by the variety and by the vendors, who will be all too happy to help you match the perfect bouquet to your eye color. You’ll also find fruits, herbs, meat, fish, pinatas and more, all for sale among the various stalls. You might even find a love potion available amid all the goods. Along the way, you’ll also get to sample some classic Mexican street foods, such as tacos and tamales, along with a coffee or atole – a traditional warm drink made from masa. After buying some fresh vegetables (and learning about local farming practices), head over to a local family business, where you’ll learn how to prepare your own salsa. Together, you’ll wash, cut and grill the ingredients, then smash them in the traditional way, using a molcajete (mortar and pestle). Taste your homemade salsa with a classic huarache.

Mexico City: Private Full-Day Teotihuacan Archeological Tour

3. Mexico City: Private Full-Day Teotihuacan Archeological Tour

Visit Teotihuacan, the City of the Gods, early in the morning before tour groups arrive. Enjoy the mystical atmosphere of this impressive archaeological site for an authentic experience in this great city of ancient Mexico. The full-day tour will be enriched by the stories, anecdotes and historical commentary of your expert guide. In addition to touring the archeological site, stop at a local family’s obsidian workshop, and enjoy tasting liqueurs made from cactus, as well as tequila, mezcal and pulque. At the same location there will be time for lunch (not included in the tour price) before heading back to your Mexico City hotel.

Mexico City: Private Transfer to/from Mexico City Airport

4. Mexico City: Private Transfer to/from Mexico City Airport

Enjoy a safe and reliable private 1-way airport transfer between Mexico City International Airport (MEX) and your accommodation in Mexico City. Be greeted by your driver who will be waiting for you at the arrival hall or at your accommodation with a sign displaying your name. Your driver will track your flight so you won't have to worry in case of a flight delay. Save yourself having to carry heavy bags and navigating the public transportation system and take comfort knowing that all vehicles are regularly maintained to high-quality standards. For groups of 3 passengers or fewer, choose from a Sedan vehicle that can fit 3 standard-sized pieces of luggage. Alternatively, for groups of up to 8 passengers, choose the minivan option that can fit 8 standard-sized pieces of luggage.

From Mexico City: Private Hiking Tour at Nevado de Toluca

5. From Mexico City: Private Hiking Tour at Nevado de Toluca

Meet your guide in Mexico City in the morning and go to the beautiful Nevado De Toluca, which is the 4th highest summit in Mexico.  Witness the only volcano in the country with lakes in its crater and marvel at one of the most spectacular landscapes nationwide. Enjoy the views of a surrounding national park on your way there. Once arrived explore the volcano and its twin lakes together with your guide.  Take in the spectacular scenery during a full-day adventure. After a full day of discoveries, return to the vehicle and relax on the way back to your accommodation.

From Mexico City: Teotihuacan & Xochimilco Private Day Tour

6. From Mexico City: Teotihuacan & Xochimilco Private Day Tour

Explore the rich folkloric and cultural traditions of Mexico on this full-day private excursion to Teotihuacan and Xochimilco. Let the music, colors, and flowers fill you with memories as you explore ancient archaeological sites and local traditions. Enjoy the ride from your accommodation to the Archaeological Zone of Teotihuacan. Enjoy a brief history of maguey, or agave, and sample pulque, a traditional Mexican drink. Resume the trip to reach Xochimilco. Hop aboard a trajinera, the colorfully decorated canoe-type wooden boats, a don't-miss highlight of this Mexico City experience. End your educational journey in the Archaeological Zone of Tlatelolco.

Mexico City: MEX Airport to/from City Private Transfer

7. Mexico City: MEX Airport to/from City Private Transfer

Enjoy a safe and reliable private transfer between MEX Airport and your accommodation in Mexico City. Whether you're traveling in a large or small group, choose the service that works for you. Save yourself having to carry heavy bags and navigating the public transportation system, and take comfort knowing that all vehicles are regularly maintained to high-quality standards. Be greeted by your driver who'll be waiting for you at the arrivals hall, or agreed meeting point, with a sign displaying your name. Your driver will also track your flight, so you won't have to worry about flight delays, and the local partner has a customer service line that operates 24/7.

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What people are saying about State of Mexico

My guide was Edgardo, he was excellent. He was hospitable, enthusiastic, and very adventurous. He was also very environmentally conscious as he picked up litter during our hike. You can tell he cares very much for the environment. I'm an avid hiker and wanted to go my own pace without the pressure of a group. Edgardo was a great partner for the hike, fun conversation, but also good comfortable silence for us both to quietly take in the sights. He also took me to a couple food stalls before the hike where he introduced me to ayote, a corn based hot drink, and an alcoholic orange juice with quail eggs that I don't remember the name of. If you're willing to pay for the private tour, I highly recommend.

I had a fabulous tour with Alfonso. We spent several hours touring around the city visiting markets, tasting delicious foods, learning about Mexican history and meeting lovely local people. Every where we went people came up to Alfonso to say hello. Meeting the wonderful family who taught me how to make salsa was definitely a highlight. It felt like Alfonso took me through a secret door and showed me a little piece of real Mexico, I would recommend this tour and guide to anyone who is interested in exploring this wonderful city.

Mario (tour guide) and Alfonso (driver) were incredible! They made sure that we got to see everything, answered all of our questions, and never rushed us to any of the destinations. The amount of history we learned was immense and super interesting. One of the best tours we’ve ever went on - would HIGHLY recommend!

Really excellent tour of the non-touristy markets, with beautiful historical murals. Come hungry, the food tasting is really excellent! The salsa cooking was a very fun (and tasty) experience. Thanks to our great guide and the resteraunt owners for a great time!

Magnificent experience, the guide explained many things to us. A very interesting and entertaining day. The driver is also excellent.