Teotihuacan, Shrine of Guadalupe & Tlatelolco All-Inclusive Tour
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe Visit
Lucha Libre Experience in Mexico City
Small-Group Teotihuacan Pyramids from Mexico City
MX City Historic Downtown Private Experience at your own pace
Mexico City Muralist Art Semi Private Walking Tour
Mexico City Layover Tour: Downtown City Sightseeing
Lucha Libre Experience and Mezcal Tasting in Mexico City
Experience Mexico City: Cantinas, Lucha Libre and Mariachi in Garibaldi Square
Discover Mexico City Market Secrets & Take Cooking Class with a Local Family.
Mexico City is a culturally intriguing place, which is why it’s fun to visit. The city offers a wealth of historical and cultural attractions that you won’t find anywhere else. While in Mexico City, you should make sure to visit the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe, Chapultepec Castle, and Palacio de Bellas Artes. Our Mexico City Tourist Attractions Map can serve as your guide into exploring these sights and attractions. But if you want to easily explore these places without the fear of getting lost, why don’t you book one of these Mexico City walking tours? These sightseeing tours will take you to the most impressive archeological sites in Mexico, such as the ancient Teotihuacan and the pyramids of the Sun and Moon.
For tourists who would like to discover Mexico City on a cruise, check out these Mexico City Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours. There are also tours that will include an ATV adventure, which is perfect for tourists who wanted to have some fun and adventure. Speaking of adventure, a more adventurous way to spend your time in Mexico City is to join the Mexico City Hot Air Balloon Rides. This is certainly a more exhilarating way to enjoy the views of Mexico City. Your balloon ride adventure will take place in Teotihuacan, a vast archaeological complex where you’ll find the ancient Mexican pyramids.
Travelers who are on a budget should check out the many free things to do in Mexico City. Although the city is not that expensive, if you want to save more money on your trip, these things are truly worth it. There are also Sightseeing Tours in Mexico City for budget solo travelers. If you join one of these tours, you’ll be sharing the cost to several other tourists. But the best part is that you will be with a guide who is very familiar with the city and will share some interesting insights along the way. If you would prefer a tour that focuses on food and wine, then take a look at these Mexico City food and wine tours.Read More See Less
Teotihuacan + Basilica de Guadalupe + Tlatelolco Tour!
Teotihuacan Pyramids Private Tour from Mexico City
Tickets to Frida Kahlo Museum
Mexico City Airport Round Trip Transfer
Mexico City Segway Tour: Reforma by Night
Mexico City Original Markets & Street Food Tour
Mexican Food Cooking Class with Visit to a Market
Mexico City Half-Day Tour with Museum of Anthropology