Perfect way to get a snapshot of the Mexico City in historical center

Esta es la mejor introducción al centro de la Ciudad de México.

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El recorrido a pie Esta es la mejor introducción al centro de la Ciudad de México, donde lo llevaremos atrás en el tiempo desde la época del Imperio Azteca hasta la llegada de los españoles que buscaban establecer una nueva civilización. Una caminata reveladora, divertida e informativa sobre historia, gastronomía, arquitectura, lugares para visitar, oferta cultural y lo que realmente les gusta a los mexicanos. Nuestro recorrido a pie lo llevará por los mejores lugares que el centro tiene para ofrecer.

¡Nuestro objetivo es permitirle descubrir y experimentar nuestra ciudad a través de los ojos de los lugareños, y dar vida a nuestras expresiones culturales, instituciones históricas y representativas, los eventos que han cambiado la ciudad y más!

Descubre la escuela de los nobles aztecas, las ruinas del Templo Mayor, el Zócalo, con la cuarta plaza más grande con símbolos patrios y la primera imprenta americana entre otros lugares.

Conoce la Catedral más importante de América, la casa de los azulejos con su belleza arquitectónica barroca. Historias y leyendas del templo jesuítico, la plaza Manuel Tolsa y su arquitectura neoclásica, se encuentran con el estilo ecléctico del Palacio de Bellas Artes y la Oficina de Correos.


  • Catedral Metropolitana

  • Diego Rivera murals

  • Ruinas del Gran Templo

  • Santo Domingo Square

  • Plaza de Tolsá

  • Torre latinoamericana

  • Palacio de Bellas Artes

  • Palacio Postal 

Reunión y recogida

Nos reunimos con todos los viajeros en un punto de partida.


Puntos de partida

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, Plaza de la Constitución S/N, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Puntos finales

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Av. Juárez, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, 06050 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico.

Historical Center and Anthopology Museum in private tour

Discover the Anthropology Museum the Mexico City


A fun & exciting journey through history to discover some of the most unknown secrets of Historic Center!
We’ll meet in big Metropolitan Cathedral and we’ll walk around the different places in downtown! At the National Palace we will see epic mural of Diego Rivera and the painstaking detail with which they were rendered will have you squinting in concentration. His wall-sized murals contain many themes, all competing against each other for attention.

We will continue walking by ruins of the Aztec Empire (Mayor Temple) and the pedestrian street called Madero to watch the daily life, surrounded by baroque and modern architecture.
We are gonna be able to try in local market a local expert,varieties of pre hispanic food, mezcal, cocoa beans, chocolate, delicious mexican cheese, and grasshoppers for a delight of your palate.

Finally, we will visit the National Anthropology Museum where the richness of ancient Miso-America is on full display, replete with statuary, art objects, jewelry and more, all curled with an eye to both anthropology and archaeology. Either way, this is a MUST in Mexico City.


  • Explore the Metropolitan Cathedral and and the National Palace
  • Walking by ruins of the Aztec Empire (Mayor Temple)
  • Learn more about pre-Hispanic ethnic groups at the National Museum of Anthropology
  • Wide collection of pieces, such as statues and tombs
  • View of the Piedra del Sol, national symbol of Mexico

Meeting & Pick-Up

  • Pick-up/drop-off at the client’s hotel at the time he/she chooses, please indicate the exact time & location for your pick-up during your booking. We can pick you up from the following parts of Mexico City: Polanco, Condesa, Roma, Centro Historico. Other more remote locations might involve an extra fee.



Every day available but Monday

  • 10am, 1pm & 2pm


  • Entrance to Anthropology Museum
  • Specialized Official Tourism Guide
  • Languages available: Spanish, English.


  • Meals
  • Tips

Art, Exotic Food and Pre-Hispanic Mexican Drinks

Teotihuacan in private tour with an expert


Explore During this private 6h tour The Pre-Hispanic City of Teotihuacan that fully preserves its monumentality, urban design and artistic wealth, as well as the relationship of the architectural structures with the natural environment. Located 48 km northeast of Mexico City, Teotihuacan is one the archaeological sites with the longest history of exploration in Mexico.

Highlights Day Trip To Teotihuacan:

You will enter the enigmatic archaeological site and visit:

✓ temples of Quetzalpapálotl (butterfly-quetzal) ✓ Palace of the jaguars and feathered snails ✓  Discover the story of The Temple of the feathered serpent ✓  Explore the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon

Full description Day Trip Teotihuacan

After hotel pickup, we’ll head to Teotihuacan, Mexico’s «City of the Gods.» Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it was once a prosperous city. Hear about its mysterious origins from your guide, who tells you stories about its former residents and theories about the city’s decline.

During this informative tour, see temples, world-famous attractions like the Pyramid of the Moon and the Pyramid of the Sun, which you can climb for incredible views. Explore the intricate murals and stone-carved designs at the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, where you can see first-hand the latest archaeological finds. Then stop at an obsidian workshop to sample spirits made from cacti and hear how local families keep traditional crafts alive.


Private transportationHotel pickup and drop-offPrivate transportationAll Transfers by Private A/C Latest Model Vehicle 


TippingLocal Food (Optional)Any Optional Tours



  • Private transportation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Local Food (Optional)
  • Private transportation
Any Optional Tours
  • All Transfers by Private A/C Latest Model Vehicle

Impressive Murals in Historical Center of Mexico City

A must tour to encounter the art, soul and history of Mexico


Discover some of the murals most iconic and beautiful murals you’ll find around Mexico City. Muralism has been a big thing in Mexico for almost a century and some of its exponents are also considered to be among the country’s greatest artists. Murals are much more than just aesthetics though, they act as detailed representations of the political and social environment of Mexico throughout its history. If you’re interested in learning some Mexican history, murals are a great place to start. Most of them are located in historical buildings and museums you can not miss in your visit.


  • Museo de las Constituciones UNAM, Calle del Carmen 31, Centro Histórico

Contemplate Mexico’s first mural (1922), Roberto Montenegro’s mural, The Tree of Life, often called the Tree of Science, remains remainsIts meanings encompass everything from cosmic to psychological aspects, bringing together the celestial, the feminine, and the maternal, while also embodying a bisexual character.»

  • Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Ciudad de México México

The old National Preparatory School is the birthplace of Muralimso. Here is La Creación, the first mural by Diego Rivera. The piece decorates the amphitheater of the Old College of San Ildefonso, where he would meet for the first time a teenager named Frida Kahlo.

Murales de Diego Rivera en la Secretaría de Educacion Publica, Calle Republica de Argentina 28, Ciudad de México 06000 México

Open from Tuesday to Friday
Diego Rivera was chosen to decorate the walls of the former ex-convent of the «Divino Verbo», converted during the government of Álvaro Obregón del Divino Verbo, converted during the government of Álvaro Obregón into the Secretariat of Public Education.

We enter the Patio de los Trabajos. It is impossible to find a space free of paint; Rivera occupied everything. In fact, from floor to ceiling he expressed his interpretation of our pre-Hispanic heritage, the distribution of land and the dignified treatment of workers and peasants. There are more than 150 murals.

  • Palacio de Bellas Artes, Avenida Juarez y Eje Central s/n Centro Histórico, Ciudad de México

Shortly before the inauguration of the majestic Palacio de Bellas Artes in 1934, several Mexican muralists with international recognition received the official commission to paint on the walls of said enclosure.

This building, which stands intact on Juarez Avenue in the Historic Center of the city, is the maximum house of artistic and cultural expression in Mexico City.

It is a space that accommodates exhibitions, dance shows, plays and more. Its museum, which opened at the same time as the building, was the first museum in Mexico. And undoubtedly the most important works of this place, are the murals that adorn the walls, and that were run by different Mexican artists.

Meeting & Pick-Up

We meet all travelers at a starting point.

Starting points

Colegio de San Ildefonso

Justo Sierra 16, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, 06020 Ciudad de México, CDMX

End points

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Av. Juárez, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, 06050 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico


Every day available, but Monday

  • 10:30am, 2pm


  • Bilingual guide
  • Admision Fees
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