Explore Mexico City’s landmark monuments, with special focus on the nation’s history at the Anthropology Museum. See a vast collection of art and artifcacrs from all the ancient cultures of Mexico.
What to Expect
Explore one of the biggest cities in the world on this 8-hour sightseeing tour of Mexico City and discover the oldest city on the American continent. Learn about the history buried beneath the streets, and enjoy the cosmopolitan vibe of everyday life.
During the tour, which can be taken as a group or private excursion, you will visit Chapultepec Palace, the only royal palace in Latin America. Continue to the Bellas Artes Palace, where the beautiful murals were painted by the Mexican artist Diego Rivera.
See the handsome colonial buildings of the Zócalo, bordered by the National Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral, and Federal District buildings of the city authorities. One of the largest squares in the world, the Zócalo gives a great glimpse into Mexico City’s crossroads of history and modern-day life.
Other highlights include the Aztec temple ruins of the Templo Mayor, discovered in 1978 while workers were digging to place underground electric cables.
Continue to the Anthropology Museum to see the largest collection of art from all the ancient cultures of Mexico, from objects that date back to 2500 BC to the glittering jewels of Mayan kings and an impresive Azec calendar.
- Transportation to and from the meeting point
- Entrance to the Anthropology Museum
What's Not Included
- Optional tips