Garibaldi by Night - Mexico City
- Small group
- Duration: 3 hours
As night sets in, we’ll head out to enjoy the lively atmosphere of Mexico City by night. We’ll drive along lighted streets, heading for the world renowned "Plaza Garibaldi", a classic meeting place of the most famous Mexican Musicians, "The Mariachi’s." Enjoy a classic Mexican show that will give you a taste of our folklore and tradition. Dance to the beat of live music as we enjoy the Mexican hospitality of this spectacular atmosphere and a Mariachi Variety Show. One drink is included as encouragement to dance. Depending on your enthusiasm, it may take more encouragement!
As the night sets in, start the fiesta right with the spectacular lights of Mexico City over a romantic dinner at Bellini, a revolving restaurant located on the 45th floor of Mexico's World Trade Center! As the restaurant slowly revolves, you and your company will enjoy breathtaking views in every direction. Offering award-winning Italian and international cuisine, this beautiful venue is truly the top of the town. After dinner, feel the electricity in the air before heading out into the Mexico City night. Driving along Tacuba Street, the destination is world renowned "Garibaldi Plaza," a classic meeting place of the most famous Mexican Musicians, the mariachis. Enjoy a classic Mexican show created to give you a taste of Mexican traditions and folklore. Dance to the beat of live music and enjoy Mexican hospitality in a festive atmosphere!
Experience the famous traditional Mexican celebration of Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) on this guided bus tour. Learn about the history of the Mexicans' pre-Hispanic ancestors and their beliefs that death is a state of transition from the earthly life to the eternal world. Hear about the multi-day celebration, where families await the return of their deceased ancestors. Visit Mexico City's most historic monuments on this 75-minute bus tour, including Zocalo, Polanco, Reforma Avenue, and more. Enjoy traditional performances from your guides, who are dressed as Catrinas and Catrines, the iconic skeleton symbols of Day of the Dead. Immerse yourself in the rich history and culture that is such a big part of Mexican heritage.
Come and visit the Museum of Tequila and Mezcal (MUTEM) located in a minimalist style building in the famous Plaza de Garibaldi, where you can learn about tequila culture, its international production, the history of the Mariachi and Plaza Garibaldi. At the end of the tour, you can purchase at the museum shop over 900 brands of tequila, mezcal, beer with mezcal, crickets, worms, chocolates filled with tequila and all kinds of souvenirs. Don’t miss out on this living space and its surroundings of culture such as Garibaldi Square with its mariachis and musicians of northern music, the agave fields, and walk of the great statues of Mexican musicians. An unmissable tour in Mexico City linked with partying, music and folklore that characterizes the people.
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Garibaldi Square was a buzz of activity. We went during the Day Of The Dead. The driver collected us from our hotel and looked after us all the way, until dropping us off back at our hotel again. Being able to talk a little spanish will help a long way. This is a MUST SEE !
The information provided by the guide, excellent. Very friendly with the treatment, questions and answers. Excellent service.
The guide Lalo a person's charm, although we had problems with the demonstration he was always attentive to our needs
Excellent way to see what goes on in Garibaldi Square on a Saturday night.