Escape from the routine of visiting museums and cultural areas while you travel, and head out on a fun night out. Get a real taste of local life in Mexico City, grabbing some drinks at a cantina, enjoying the Lucha Libre, and dancing to Mariachi music.
What to Expect
This unique Mexico City tour starts at a typical Mexican pub called a ‘cantina’. Enjoy a couple drinks, a light dinner, and get to know the rest of the travelers on your tour. During dinner, your local guide will give you a briefing for the evening, including the basic rules of the eccentric Lucha Libre.
Lucha Libre, the second-most watched sport in Mexico, is one of the most exciting things you can do while visiting Mexico City. Immerse yourself in the crazy, exciting, energetic atmosphere from your great arena seats and watch some of the best wrestlers in the country fight it out.
To keep the excitement going, head to the Mexican musician’s square of Garibaldi, after the fight, to experience Mariachi music and many other Mexican music bands. Enjoy the atmosphere of the square and visit other clubs and pubs in the vicinity with the rest of your party tour group.
- English-speaking local guide
- Welcome drinks and snacks
- Local transport
- Entrance fees to the Lucha Libre
What's Not Included
- Items of a personal nature
- Additional food and beverage
- Entrance fee to the clubs
- Gratuity for the guide (optional)
Museo Mexicano del Diseño
Francisco I Madero No. 74, Col. Centro Histórico, Delegación Cuauhtémoc, C.P. 1600
Know Before You Go
• Dress conservatively as you'll be visiting non-touristy areas. Long trousers or jeans and a t-shirt is recommended.
• Leave your valuables, such as passports and credit cards, in the hotel and bring a small amount of spending cash. During the rainy season (May to September) it's a good idea to bring a raincoat or umbrella.
• No cameras are allowed in the arena. If you bring one, you will have to check it at the entrance.
• Children under 18 years old are not permitted on this tour.