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Holidays are complete when you have time out to relax and balance seamlessly with plentiful of places to explore. Mexico City makes a perfect holiday destination with bounteous of things to do. We have carefully hand-picked some of the top things to do in Mexico City for you.
Look out for the UNESCO listed Teotihuacan Pyramids, a memorable boat ride in a trajinera, a guided tour to the famous Frida Kahlo Museum and many more. The touring options are exciting and limitless.
On this 9-hour tour, travel to the world-famous Teotihuacan Pyramids by public transportation with a knowledgeable guide. Walk through the Pass of the Dead and climb the Pyramid of the Sun standing at 206 feet (63 metres). Visit a local home and learn about the alcoholic beverage pulque. Sample and purchase candies and creams from a cactus factory and head for an authentic dinner with a local family.
Enjoy a discounted price with the grouping of two popular tours. Tour the Mexico City in one day and the next day head for the UNESCO listed Teotihuacán Pyramids. Choose the tour you’d like to see first. Visit an anthropology museum reflecting Mexico’s history, Latin America’s largest church and the avenue of Paseo de la Reforma. Travel early to the City of Gods, Teotihuacán and climb the famous pyramids of the Sun and the Moon. Also, look out for tasting liqueurs at a local obsidian factory.
Take advantage of this combo package of two best-selling tours in Mexico City. Visit Coyoacán and explore the UNESCO-listed central campus at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Discover the eateries at Jardín Hidalgo, and visit the enchanting San Juan Bautista church, and the former residence ‘Casa Azul’, of artists’ Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Board a trajinera to enjoy the chinampa channels, floating gardens of flowers and buy snacks from your boat.
Explore the colonial neighbourhood of Coyoacán with your family, and admire the cobblestone streets, plazas, and mansions. Head to the city’s oldest church San Juan Bautista and stop at a local craft fair and savour traditional coffee. Then continue to the Frida Kahlo Museum, the former residence of artists’ Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Next, visit Xochimilco city and enjoy sailing a vibrant trajinera through the canals.
Head 17 miles (28 km) south of Mexico City to Xochimilco and admire the UNESCO-listed chinampas, the floating gardens. Enjoy a memorable boat ride on a trajinera with your guide through the small canals. Admire the boat vendors selling fresh food, and savour on the tacos for lunch, and later head for the National University of Mexico and visit the gallery containing the mural art and sculptures then visit the stadium and the bull fighting ring.
Make your way to the popular weekend retreat at Cuernavaca, the city of Eternal Spring and enjoy the climate. Then head to Taxco known as ‘silver city’, and get rewarded by the cobblestone streets, rooftop buildings, and the Old World ambience. Visit Sant Prisca, one of Mexico’s grandest churches and admire the ornate Baroque styles and beautiful interiors. Enjoy lunch and shop for some silver jewellery and handicrafts.
Discover the majestic Teotihuacan Pyramids on a 7-hour private day trip from Mexico City with an expert archaeologist guide. Travel to the city of the Gods, admire the Teotihuacan pyramids, plazas, and murals at this UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the famous buildings, walk along the 1.5-mile (2.4-km) on the Avenue of the Dead, and climb the popular structures the Pyramid of the Moon and Pyramid of the Sun. On the way back to Mexico City, visit an obsidian and sample the tequila and mescal liqueurs made from native cactus.
Travel across the Mexico City on a 6-hours tour and experience the rich history, the stunning art, and thrilling adventures. Explore Latin America’s largest church, the Metropolitan Cathedral which was built over 250 years and houses many art treasures. Next, head for the Chapultepec area, a popular recreational attraction having museums, lakes, and the one of the world’s largest roller coaster in an amusement park. Visit the historical National Palace and the Anthropological Museum which is the world’s finest archaeological museum.
Celebrate Mexico City’s gastronomical experience on a 5-hour food walking tour. Start the guided food journey at Amigo Zocalo, a downtown Mexico City spot and enjoy some delicious tamales. Journey through the streets, bustling with appetising tamales and quesadillas, al pastor tacos, and the slow-roasted pork Taqueria El Huequito. Head to Restaurante Chon and enjoy some pre-Hispanic dishes. Visit the Roldan 37 restaurant in La Merced district for authentic Mexican dishes like enchiladas, and later enjoy chocolate drinks at the famous Café Tacuba.