Mexico City Guide 2024
Experience Mexico City like a true insider with our guide, created by Mexicans for curious travelers.
Before we dive into the details, you might be wondering if a visit to the Casa Azul is worth your time. The answer largely depends on your familiarity with Frida Kahlo’s life and work. If you’re a fan or have some background knowledge, this is an absolute must-visit. However, if you’re relatively new to Frida’s world….
Are you a salsa enthusiast visiting Mexico City? Get ready to dance the night away in the vibrant salsa scene of the capital! Here’s your guide to some of the hottest spots,
What to know about Mexico City
Guide to enjoy Lucha Libre in Mexico City, even without a tour
You should know that many places close on Mondays in Mexico City, but here are some options of what to do.
There are many ways and prices to get from the airport to Mexico City.
Mexico City has a wide variety of accommodations options, ranging from luxury boutique hotels to budget hostels.
You should know that you can't smoke everywhere in Mexico City.
Save time by knowing which ones are worth visiting.
Check out this guide to some of the city’s most unconventional and unique spots! This guide will help you explore a side of the city that many visitors miss. Whether you’re a first-time traveler or a seasoned Mexico City veteran, there’s something in here for everyone. So why stick to the beaten path when you can discover something truly unforgettable?
Mexico City Food
If you want to try tamales during your visit to Mexico City, we decided to share with you 3 places where to eat them.
LGBT+ Pride March 2023 in Mexico City | Everything You Need to Know
The Day of the Dead is one of Mexico's most iconic and exciting festivals...
Yes, it is not a Mexican tradition, but we have many people who want ...
Holidays in Mexico City
Christmas & New Year's in Mexico City
Celebrating Christmas & New Year’s in Mexico City is a lot of fun, if you know where to celebrate.
What else to do in Mexico City?
Street Food Bike Tour
Explore over 200 neighborhoods in Mexico City effortlessly on a bike. Avoid traffic and parking hassles, delve into the city’s parks, savor street food, and immerse yourself in its stories and vibrant culture. Check out these bike-friendly options, and click ‘More Info’ to discover further details about our tours and guest experiences.
Below, you can also find videos featuring our foodie guests during the tour and their reactions to tasting authentic Mexican street food.
Street Food Tour Reactions
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