Mexico City Tours

Mexico City at night

There is so much to know in its streets that we made a very short list of places where you can take tours of all kinds. But if after all the plans we are going to propose you to see in Mexico City you still want more, here are the best sightseeing tours in Guadalajara.

The capital of Mexico

The world-renowned DF, now renamed CMDX, is a city so dense that it could be considered a province rather than a city. With a population of approximately 8.9 million inhabitants, it is one of the most important centers in the country. If you are interested in visiting the capital and many other cities in Mexico, we recommend hotel + flight packages to Cancun.

What tours to do in Mexico City?

  • Puebla Tours in Mexico City
  • Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum
  • Historical Tour of the Basilica of Guadalupe
  • Visiting the city of San Miguel de Allende
  • Go to the Tlachihualtépetl pyramid in Cholula
  • Lagunas de Zempoala, Cuernavaca
  • Museum of Anthropology
  • La Casa de los azulejos
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes


Puebla Tours in Mexico City

Visit every corner of Puebla, a city southeast of Mexico City. If you like antiques, souvenirs, sweets, handicrafts…you can’t miss the Parián handicraft market. You can also hike the Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl volcanoes to marvel at their views.

Visit the museum of the very famous Frida Kahlo in Coyoacán.

Drawing of Frida Kahlo


Who doesn’t know the story of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo? If you would like to go inside one of the houses where the painter lived, go to the blue house in the neighborhood of Coyoacán.

You will be able to see the studio where he created his wonderful works, as well as personal objects such as clothes and paintings.

Historic Tour of the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City

Panoramic view of the Basilica of Guadalupe

Internationally known, the Basilica of Guadalupe is one of the most visited religious destinations. In fact, it is the second busiest after St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

During the tour you can visit the Cerrito Chapel, built in the first place where the Virgin Mary appeared. Also, the Museum of the Basilica of Guadalupe, which used to be a former convent of Capuchin nuns.

Visita a la ciudad de San Miguel de Allende

Take another historic tour of the old colonial-era city of San Miguel de Allende, known for its art and cultural scene.

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2008 and one of the cities on the list of Mexico’s magical towns in 2002, it is a must-see destination in the Mexican capital. Take a tour of its temples, museums and climb to the lookout point for spectacular photographs.

Go to the Tlachihualtépetl pyramid in Cholula

The Tlachihualtépetl Pyramid in Mexico CityA town where the most traditional era coexists with the new times and avant-garde.

Visit the pyramid of Tlachihualtépetl, considered by some historians to be four times larger than another of the world’s most famous pyramids, that of Giza, Egypt. Enter its inter-communicating tunnels and be amazed by this architectural marvel.

Another of the most important archaeological sites in Mexico City is the pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacan.




Lagunas de Zempoala, Cuernavaca in Mexico City

There are a total of seven lagoons, but you will only be able to visit three. If you like sports, nature and want to disconnect from the busy city, this is your plan. Horseback riding, mountaineering or even camping in this territory surrounded by trees and green areas.

The house of tilesFaçade of the tile house in Mexico City

A beautiful building that, as you can see, has a sublime decoration. Its architecture is a hybrid of Mexican craftsmanship, colonial and baroque styles.


Palacio de Bellas Artes

The Palace Bellas Artes in Mexico City


Another building with spectacular architecture is the Palacio de Bellas Artes. It is the main artistic institution where operas, plays, concerts… are held.

Here you can see the mural entitled ”El hombre en el cruce de caminos”, created by Diego de rivera.

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