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Paseo de la Reforma

Paseo de la Reforma

Paseo de la Reforma: Our most recommended tours and activities

Mexico City: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus City Tour

1. Mexico City: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus City Tour

Explore Mexico City and hop on and off at the stops along 3 different tour circuits, with just 1 ticket. Visit the most important monuments, streets, and neighborhoods of the capital city of Mexico. The three different circuits are: Circuit 1 - Downtown - Polanco (Green) Enjoy a panoramic view of the capital's Zócalo. Discover the famous Reforma Avenue with its majestic buildings and several notable monuments such as the Angel of Independence and Diana the Huntress. Travel through parts of the trendy Roma, Condesa, and Polanco neighborhoods. Circuit 3 - Temples (Yellow) See several buildings that have an important role in the history of Mexico, such as The Franz Mayer Museum, The Basilica of Guadalupe, The Temple of San Judas Tadeo, and one of the most important monuments at the Benito Juárez Hemicycle. Circuit 4 - Downtown - South (Blue) Visit the most beautiful areas in the south of Mexico City such as Coyoacán, where you can visit Frida Kahlo's Blue House Museum. Explore the beautiful parks of San Ángel and visit the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) campus.

Mexico City: Street Art Bike Tour with Snack

2. Mexico City: Street Art Bike Tour with Snack

Get off the tourist path and closer to the local spirit, riding through the barrios and admiring the street art in contrasting areas. Make a stop for street food and learn about the history and culture of Mexico City from a passionate guide. The walls of Mexico City reflect the Muralist movement’s evolution from museums into public space as an attempt to forge a connection between people and their community. Ride through the city at a pleasant pace, stopping to talk about landmarks and murals.  Break for local street food, perfect for everyone’s palate — with varying levels of spiciness, as well as vegan, gluten, and dairy-free options.  Wind through the bustling streets of Mexico City's main district on a tour punctuated by fun facts and fascinating history. Discover gems of the city otherwise left unnoticed. Beginning and ending on the beautiful wide boulevard of Paseo de la Reforma, this biking tour is a great way to orient yourself within the wonderful capital of Mexico.

Mexico City: Day of the Dead Guided Tour

3. Mexico City: Day of the Dead Guided Tour

The tour begins with pickup from the meeting point in Mexico City. Enjoy a panoramic visit around the streets of Mexico City, visiting famous and iconic sports like the Monumento a la Revolución, the Ángel de la Independencia, and the Paseo de la Reforma. Visit a cemetery at night, where you can admire the famous altars and their rich expressions of popular art that fuse symbolism and thought, both pre-Hispanic and Catholic around death. Learn about the symbolism of these altars and their importance to the people who created them. Listen to your guide's fascinating stories, and discover why marigold flowers are used, among other items, to decorate the altars. Mingle with the locals as you take part in this special day.  Finally, visit Xochimilco to take a tour of the canals at nighttime in a trajinera – a traditional Mexican boat. Pass through floating gardens. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the most authentic Day of the Dead experience, book your tour now, it only happens once a year!

Mexico City: Night Tour in a Double Decker Bus

4. Mexico City: Night Tour in a Double Decker Bus

This is the most fascinating way to explore one of the biggest cities in the world at night and take amazing photos of its tallest buildings and admire the city´s skyline. Your night tour aboard the Turibus starts at the heart of the Historic Center and continues to Paseo de la Reforma, one of the most modern and important avenues of Mexico City. On this avenue, you will pass by important monuments and landmarks such as the Angel of Independence, Fuente de la Diana Cazadora, and the Reforma 222 shopping center. Finally, you will visit the well-known Hemiciclo a Juarez monument before returning to your starting point. The tour lasts around 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Mexico City: Lights Night Bike Ride with snack

5. Mexico City: Lights Night Bike Ride with snack

Start the tour by pedaling through the great Reforma Avenue's dedicated bike lane. Admire the embellished buildings which are rich in history as you travel towards the Chapultepec Park Main Gate. Enjoy the views framed by the night skyline as you head into Roma-Condesa to enjoy the greenery and outdoor nightlife. Stop here for a beer at a fancy bar. Then continue on to the historic center of downtown. Cruise past monuments and palaces as you discover the colorful sights right at Mexico's heart.  Experience a relaxed night tour when the traffic has slowed down when it is safe to ride a bike. Enjoy the fresh calming climate as you admire the details on the buildings and monuments and learn about the history behind them.

Best Private Tour Anthropology Museum and Chapultepec Castle

6. Best Private Tour Anthropology Museum and Chapultepec Castle

Total duration: 3 hours 30 minutes. The Meeting Point will be at La Puerta de los Leones next to the side of the Estela de Luz Tower on Reforma Avenue. Chapultepec Castle, 1 hour 30 minutes divided into Explanations and Free time for you to explore and take photos. Brief walk through Bosque de Chapultepec and its beautiful lake, 20 minutes The National Museum of Anthropology, in its impressive Azteca Room 1 hour 30 minutes divided into Explanations and Free time for you to explore and take photos. End of the Tour.

Electric Bike City Tour with a taco stop.

7. Electric Bike City Tour with a taco stop.

Experience the best of Mexico City on an e-bike tour led by a knowledgeable guide. Discover iconic sights like Bosque de Chapultepec, Reforma Avenue, and the historic center. Get geared up with a helmet, reflective vest, and e-bike for a safe and effortless ride. Explore vibrant neighborhoods including Condesa, Roma, and Polanco, learning about their unique architecture and cultural diversity. Recharge with a delicious taco break, savoring the local flavors along the way. Join us for an unforgettable adventure through this diverse and multicultural city.

Day of the Dead Mexico City: Walking Tour

8. Day of the Dead Mexico City: Walking Tour

Learn about amazing Mexican traditions with this Day of the Dead in Mexico city. Exploring the Historic Center to admire beautiful “ofrendas” (ancestor offerings) adorned with cempasuchil (large marigolds) flowers. Soak up the lively atmosphere and try some local drinks and snacks. Meet your guide outside the MUMEDI building in the Historic Center in the afternoon. Stroll through the lively streets and blithe atmosphere of Zocalo. Experience the cheerful Mexican tradition of Day of the Dead, which is rooted in pre-Hispanic times and influenced by Catholicism. Make your way to surrounding attractions like Templo Mayor, the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the House of Tiles, while learning about the origins and cultural significance of Mexican Day of the Dead traditions from your guide. Stop and admire beautiful offerings set out by Mexican families to remember their ancestors who have passed away. Appreciate the beautiful designs that are adorned with cempasuchil flowers, vibrant colors, and aromatic scents. Finally, experience the upbeat vibes of locals celebrating by dressing up in supernatural costumes for the festival. See charming skull-inspired costumes of characters like Catrinas and calaveras. Try some authentic pan de muerto (sweet bread) and have the chance to purchase other exquisite dishes. End your tour at the Estela de Luz monument.

Chapultepec Museum: Plus Anthropology Museum Tour

9. Chapultepec Museum: Plus Anthropology Museum Tour

In the morning, take a ride to Chapultepec Museum along Paseo de la Reforma, a gem reminiscent of France Champs Elysées. Lined with trees and grand monuments, this avenue is a true story itself. Chapultepec Park awaits us atop a hill, crowned by a majestic Castle. Step into a time capsule as you explore the magnificent castle’s chambers that have witnessed viceroys, Emperor Maximilian of Habsburg, and Mexican presidents. This majestic place holds tales from past centuries so be sure to unveil all of them! But our adventure doesn’t stop there! The Anthropology Museum awaits, a treasure trove of ancient wonders. Dive into the past, uncovering the mysteries of old Mesoamerican cultures with an astonishing collection of pre-Hispanic artifacts. After a full day of amazing histories now attached to your heart, relax in our vehicle as we take you back to your haven.

Lucha Libre tour in Mexico City

10. Lucha Libre tour in Mexico City

Get ready for a mind-blowing mashup of circus thrills, acrobatic spills, and theater chills—all rolled into one epic show! We're diving headfirst into the wild world of Lucha Libre Mexicana, where the action is high-flying, the masks are wild, and the entertainment is off the charts. Picture this: you, in Mexico's hottest wrestling arena, surrounded by the buzz of excitement, colorful masks, and jaw-dropping acrobatics. It's not just a wrestling match; it's a full-blown fiesta! We've got your ride covered—round-trip from Paseo de la Reforma, (One of the most important avenues in Mexico City), to the heart of the action. But here's the kicker: your journey isn't just a boring bus ride. Nope, you'll be rubbing elbows with a real-life luchador on the way! Imagine the tales you'll hear, the secrets of the ring, and maybe a few wrestling tips. It's like a backstage pass on wheels! As you step into the arena, you're not just a spectator; you're part of the action. Take your seat and brace yourself for some serious high-flying, gravity-defying stunts. These luchadores, decked out in flashy costumes and iconic masks, are not just wrestlers; they're bona fide rockstars of the ring. The cheers, the colors, the beats—it's a party, and you're on the VIP list. But wait, there's more! Ever wanted to feel the power of a mask yourself? Now's your chance! Throw on a mask, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere, and become part of the lucha libre legacy. It's not just a show; it's an experience. And when the final bell rings, we've got your ride back to Pick-up spot, where you can relive the awesomeness of the night. Whether you're a wrestling aficionado or a newbie to the lucha libre scene, this package isn't just about watching; it's about diving headfirst into the heart of Mexican wrestling. Get ready for an evening packed with thrills, spills, and the kind of fun that defines the legendary tradition of lucha libre. It's not just a show; it's a fiesta you won't forget!

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 114 reviews

Jorge's passion for Mexican history was evident from the time we began our tour. Not only was he incredibly knowledgeable but he also brought the history to life through his captivating storytelling. Jorge's expertise and love for his country shone through as he guided us through Chapultepec Castle and the Anthropology Museum. He shared fascinating insights into the castle's history, from its origins as a royal residence to its role in shaping Mexican identity. While at the Anthropology Museum he connected artifacts to broader historical narratives that made the experience both educational and and engaging. We left with a deeper appreciation for Mexico's rich cultural heritage. We are so grateful! Highly Recommend.

Our tour was awesome. One of the best tours we have taken. Our tour guide - Ariadna, was great. She provided a lot of insight and good historical information on the sites visited. I was particularly interested in the history of the Castillo De Chapultepec - she took us to the main points and hidden gems; she also shared more in depth info on the sites along the way (between the castle and the Museo De Antropologia). I won’t lie it is a long activity (6 hours), but overall it was a great tour, with an excellent local tour guide. We really enjoyed it very much. Cheers.

Our guide Flaco is a local who guided us through the neighborhoods with humor and great expertise. It's a lot of fun, especially on a bike. We discovered places that you would never otherwise discover, incredibly great street art and background information on the history of Mexico. There was also a second guide who blocked other cars and provided a bit of additional security. At the end there was an excellent street food snack, from which I got “Moctezuma's Revenge”, but it was still worth it ;) Overall, highly recommended!!!

We loved the eclectic mix of neighbourhood, street art, local cultural landmarks, history, and food, that you wouldn’t find on your own as a tourist, let alone another tour. If you’re hesitant about biking don’t be. With two guides, you’ll be in the best of hands as they direct traffic and keep you on bike lanes or mainly pedestrian streets the whole time. Thank you Alberto and Daniel for sharing your knowledge, experience, and love for Mexico City on your bike.

Ana, Martin, Miguel Angel and team were incredibly professional and very knowledgeable! I highly recommend them all for their work and professionalism.