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Waterpark Tickets

Waterpark Tickets - Heroica Veracruz, Mexico

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Heroica Veracruz, Mexico

From USD
$14.00

World-class water park located in the beautiful port of Veracruz. It offers incredible and fun attractions, unique in the country, under strict international safety and quality standards ... More info ›

World-class water park located in the beautiful port of Veracruz. It offers incredible and fun attractions, unique in the country, under strict international safety and quality standards. Delicious food and drinks accompanied by all the services to offer maximum comfort and an unforgettable experience that fills memorable memories to our visitors.

The park is located within the Nuevo Veracruz development five minutes from the international airport and fifteen minutes by car from the port hotel zone. Opposite the park is the Plaza Nuevo Veracruz shopping center and the Yes Inn hotel. When you get to Aquatico Inbursa find a place for your car in the main parking lot. Walk to the ticket offices and turnstiles where a quick security registration will be made to each visitor. Once inside the park you can enjoy all our attractions which are opened according to our daily program of attractions service. We have games for all ages from one to two year old babies to the grandparents who accompany them. It is important to bring the right clothes to enjoy our attractions (swimsuit or special aquatic clothes). The park has a souvenir shop and beach items in case you forgot something in your hotel. There you can rent a locker or a family dressing room to leave your belongings throughout the day as well as buy the photos that our team takes you at the attractions. We ask you to follow our regulations and listen to our staff to live the best experience.

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Discover Mexico City's coolest Street Art

Discover Mexico City's coolest Street Art  - Cuauhtemoc, Mexico

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Cuauhtemoc, Mexico

From USD
$25.00

ACC-Experience-StreetArt Tour is an experience promoted by All City Canvas that seeks to disclose the street art developed in CDMX. Through tours curated under 4 thematic lines -identity, technique, women and politics-, All City Canvas aims to understand street art as an artistic expression with important social implications in the public space.

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Stop At: Colonia Roma, Avenida Alvaro Obregon, 06760 Mexico

You will be able to discover this areas most famous and stunning murals by national and international street artists

Duration: 2 hours

ACC-Experience-StreetArt Tour is an experience promoted by All City Canvas that seeks to disclose the street art developed in CDMX. Through tours curated under 4 thematic lines -identity, technique, women and politics-, All City Canvas aims to understand street art as an artistic expression with important social implications in the public space.

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Stop At: Colonia Roma, Avenida Alvaro Obregon, 06760 Mexico

You will be able to discover this areas most famous and stunning murals by national and international street artists

Duration: 2 hours

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Flavors of Mexico - Mexican Food Experiencie

Flavors of Mexico - Mexican Food Experiencie - Cuauhtémoc, Mexico

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Cuauhtémoc, Mexico

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$39.99

Enjoy the flavors of one of the most famous gastronomy in the world considered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, savor since its beginnings in pre-Hispanic times, its fusion with European food and the current Mexican cuisine. Walk the streets of Mexico City to gradually discover the evolution of Mexican food.

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Stop At: Mercado De Artesanias La Ciudadela, Calle Baldera 6 Enrico Martinez, Mexico City 06040 Mexico

In this market you will find all kind of handicrafts coming from all over the country ... More info ›

Enjoy the flavors of one of the most famous gastronomy in the world considered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, savor since its beginnings in pre-Hispanic times, its fusion with European food and the current Mexican cuisine. Walk the streets of Mexico City to gradually discover the evolution of Mexican food.

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Stop At: Mercado De Artesanias La Ciudadela, Calle Baldera 6 Enrico Martinez, Mexico City 06040 Mexico

In this market you will find all kind of handicrafts coming from all over the country. Here we will start our tour.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Mercado de San Juan, Calle de Ernesto Pugibet No. 21, Mexico City Mexico

The San Juan Market is one of the oldest markets in Mexico City. It is divided in 3 sections were you can find typical food, fruits and exotic animals.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Pulquería Las Duelistas, Aranda 28, Colonia Centro, Centro, 06400 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

This is traditional Pulquería. The Pulquerias are the pubs that are dedicated to the ancient prehispanic traditional beverage, the pulque.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Vinos Y Licores Casa Gala, Calle López 105, Colonia Centro, Centro, 06000 Centro, CDMX, Mexico

This is a regular liquor shop the you can get all kind of tequila an Mezcal. At the main door we will taste the Mexican typical street food, tlacoyos and tacos served with the traditional blue tortilla.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: El Taco de Oro de la XEW, Calle López 107, Colonia Centro, Centro, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Here we will try the most famous tacos of cochinita in the Historic Center.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Fonda mi Lupita, Buen Tono 22 Local 4 Sobre, Delicias, Colonia Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06070 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Here you will enjoy the traditional mole with an exclusive family recipe. The mole is an special sauce made with more than 20 ingredients from the Mexican cuisine.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Pilarica Karsapan, Calle López 77, Colonia Centro, Centro, 06070 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

This a Mexican bakery. They bake the different special kinds of bread dedicates for all the different seasons of the year. All in one single place.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Cantina La No. 7, Ayuntamiento 21, Colonia Centro, Centro, 06050 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Here we will try the famous metal beverage and taste the most representative food of Mexico City, The Taco Al Pastor.

Duration: 20 minutes

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Mexico City Small Group Tour with a Local Guide

Mexico City Small Group Tour with a Local Guide - Cuauhtémoc, Mexico
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Cuauhtémoc, Mexico

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$49.00

Take a trip through time, covering 700 years in one day! From Aztecs to art, you’ll uncover little-known facts on this full-day tour, and explore the past, present, and future of the biggest city in the Americas.

Mexico City holds a lot of stories — some 700 years’ worth of them, in fact! This Mexico City tour will walk you through the city’s past and present, with some insight into where its future is going.

But first, you have to start — where else? — at the beginning! You will learn about the legend behind this big city and you’ll get to understand what culture shock the Spaniards must have experienced when they first arrived to this part of America.

You’ll then jump through time into the conquest years, as you explore city streets and visit one of the most important buildings from the colonial period. You will learn how native traditions changed, and how the Aztec gods were replaced by a new religion previously unknown to the locals in this land.

From there, you’ll skip from colonial times into modern-day Mexico City, and travel like a local, riding the subway to a community market ... More info ›

Take a trip through time, covering 700 years in one day! From Aztecs to art, you’ll uncover little-known facts on this full-day tour, and explore the past, present, and future of the biggest city in the Americas.

Mexico City holds a lot of stories — some 700 years’ worth of them, in fact! This Mexico City tour will walk you through the city’s past and present, with some insight into where its future is going.

But first, you have to start — where else? — at the beginning! You will learn about the legend behind this big city and you’ll get to understand what culture shock the Spaniards must have experienced when they first arrived to this part of America.

You’ll then jump through time into the conquest years, as you explore city streets and visit one of the most important buildings from the colonial period. You will learn how native traditions changed, and how the Aztec gods were replaced by a new religion previously unknown to the locals in this land.

From there, you’ll skip from colonial times into modern-day Mexico City, and travel like a local, riding the subway to a community market. Along the way, your guide will share with you some facts about public transit in one of the biggest cities in the world.

The transit trip will lead you to one of the most exotic markets in town. Here you’ll get to try a few samples, and if you find something you love, you’re welcome to order more — we’ll help you navigate all the exciting snacks on display!

You’ll then grab some dessert and coffee or tea over at the Fine Arts Palace (Palacio de Bellas Artes), a gorgeous building that has gone from being a colonial-era convent into a modern-day display of Mexican arts and culture. You’ll finish the tour here — 700 years wrapped up into one epic day!

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The LGBTour Part One - Gay History & Main Monuments Historic Center Mexico City

The LGBTour Part One - Gay History & Main Monuments Historic Center Mexico City - Cuauhtémoc, Mexico
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Cuauhtémoc, Mexico

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$28.00

Lets bring history out of the closet in an amazing walk 2 miles and three hours long!  

Come with us for the most complete introduction to Mexico and its capital city. Join us in our exclusive and original gay and LGBT+ focused tour in town.

Discover the city’s legends as we stroll past the greatest buildings, monuments, museums and open-air spaces in the Historic Center which span seven centuries of stories seldom told.

The Walking tour begins at the Monument to the Foundation of Mexico, next to the Zócalo, main square, daily at 11 AM.

Our guide will share with you the hidden stories at Zocalo (the main square), Moneda Street, hub of the Spanish empire and a street for men only, the Aztec city's buried ruins & temples, Calmecac, the Aztec House of Lineage and Military Training, the Palace of the Marquis of the Royal Duty, Donceles Street, Crossroads of Diversity, the former convent of St ... More info ›

Lets bring history out of the closet in an amazing walk 2 miles and three hours long!  

Come with us for the most complete introduction to Mexico and its capital city. Join us in our exclusive and original gay and LGBT+ focused tour in town.

Discover the city’s legends as we stroll past the greatest buildings, monuments, museums and open-air spaces in the Historic Center which span seven centuries of stories seldom told.

The Walking tour begins at the Monument to the Foundation of Mexico, next to the Zócalo, main square, daily at 11 AM.

Our guide will share with you the hidden stories at Zocalo (the main square), Moneda Street, hub of the Spanish empire and a street for men only, the Aztec city's buried ruins & temples, Calmecac, the Aztec House of Lineage and Military Training, the Palace of the Marquis of the Royal Duty, Donceles Street, Crossroads of Diversity, the former convent of St. Mary of the Instruction, Frida Kahlo's High School at San Ildefonso, the Palace of the Spanish Inquisition, the Royal Customs House of the Empire, the Royal Inland Road to New Mexico, Chile street, drag queens' paradise, the Palace of the Counts of Heras y Soto and the fallen angel.

Madero, the old "cruising street," a gay man in space, the National Museum of Art, The Fifth Post Office, cruising at the House of Tiles, the Palace of Bellas Artes and Alameda Park are also part of this three hour-long tour through thr Historic Center of Mexico City.

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Colonia Roma Food Tour

Colonia Roma Food Tour - Cuauhtemoc, Mexico
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Cuauhtemoc, Mexico

From USD
$72.00

Discover the food and culture of Mexico City on this 4-hour walking tour. Experience the tastes of Mexico as you sample delicious foods at a variety of locations ... More info ›

Discover the food and culture of Mexico City on this 4-hour walking tour. Experience the tastes of Mexico as you sample delicious foods at a variety of locations. Learn about the history of Colonia Roma as you stroll through this bohemian neighborhood.
• Taste real traditional and innovative Mexican food
• Learn about the history and culture of Mexico as you stroll through the beautiful architectural streets of Mexico City’s celebrated neighborhoods
• Feel like a local – discover Mexico City from a new angle with the help of an experienced and passionate guide

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Stop At: Colonia Roma, Avenida Alvaro Obregon, 06760 Mexico

Walk around to discover the beauty of this gastonomic haven.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Mercado Roma, Calle Queretaro 225 Colonia Roma Norte, Mexico City 06700 Mexico

Eat and discover this trendy gourmet spot

Duration: 20 minutes

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