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Our most recommended Central Mexico Walking tours

San Miguel de Allende: Tacos and Tequilas Tour

1. San Miguel de Allende: Tacos and Tequilas Tour

Start the tour off at Baja Fish Taquito. Then, head to the next spot, along the way taking in the beautiful sights of San Miguel. Cultural sites include the Jardin, San Francisco Church, the Plaza Civica, and the Oratorio Church. On this guided food and city walking tour you'll get to try out 5 food-tasting spots carefully chosen to highlight the best regional flavors of San Miguel. Savor local delicacies at off-the-beaten-path eateries with their lively owners and staff.  Enjoy a sampling of mouth-watering food at family-owned restaurants and stands, all the while sipping on refreshing local drinks and picking up some insights into the city's history and culture from your passionate tour guide. You can look forward to San Miguel’s best tacos and delicious cocktails. All the snacking adds up to be enough for a satisfying dinner, and all the food and drinks are included in the tour price. End at the corner of Hidalgo and Insurgentes Street, just two blocks from the main square. You can walk downtown to continue your evening or your guide will help you find a taxi home.

Puerto Vallarta: Evening Taco Adventure Tour

2. Puerto Vallarta: Evening Taco Adventure Tour

Introducing you to more than just street tacos, your guides are foodies and understand your cravings. For a truly authentic experience, they have added a few other regional dishes to your list of tasting locations, and promise that you won’t be disappointed. Your guides will also share the story behind each dish you taste, as well as a little bit about each street food stand. They will point out the landmarks you pass along the way, whilst also sharing a bit about Vallarta’s rich history and culture. Vallarta comes alive at night. At this hour you can enjoy the sights, sounds, and undeniable energy of Puerto Vallarta’s culinary scene. This tour is the perfect way to start your trip, learn your way around, and find a few restaurants to frequent during your stay.

Private Walking Tour of Exclusive Terraces of Guanajuato

3. Private Walking Tour of Exclusive Terraces of Guanajuato

At the appointed time we will meet at the meeting point (main square). There, a specialized guide will be waiting for you, who will accompany us on a tour of the best and most exclusive terraces with unparalleled views of the city of Guanajuato. In this exciting itinerary, we will visit four terraces located in the center of Guanajuato City. Each one of them offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the capital, while you enjoy a delicious drink that will be included at each stop. We will have 30 minutes at each terrace to enjoy our drink and capture numerous photographs. The architecture and contrasts of Guanajuato will undoubtedly surprise you. Finally, we will return to the starting point, concluding this exciting tour of two hours and fifteen minutes. Get ready for an unforgettable experience! Total duration: 2 hours 15 minutes Itinerary: 1.-Casa del Rector Hotel Boutique, Positos 33, Zona Centro, 36000 Guanajuato, Gto., Mexico, 30 minutes. Our specialized guide will accompany you to the first stop of our tour at the "Bartola" terrace. There, you will be welcomed with a tasting of signature mixology and you will have time to capture the best photos with its breathtaking view. The guide will be available to answer your questions and provide information about Guanajuato's nightlife. 2.-One Bar & Lounge, Jardin de la Union 7 Hotel Boutique 1850, Guanajuato Mexico, 30 minutes The second stop will take us to Terraza One Bar & Lounge, where you will be greeted with a welcome drink of signature mixology. You will have time to take pictures and appreciate the view of the city. Our guide will be available to answer your questions and provide information about nightlife in Guanajuato. 3.-La Notaría Hotel Boutique, De Sopena 5, Zona Centro, 36000 Guanajuato, Gto., México, 30 minutes At the third stop, our specialized guide will take us to the terrace "La Notaria", where we will enjoy a different perspective of the city with a unique view. We will be greeted with a signature mixology drink, and have time to take pictures. The guide will be available to answer questions and provide additional information about nightlife in Guanajuato. 4.-Hotel Fusion Antigua Trece, Antigua Pl. de Gallos 13, Zona Centro, 36000 Guanajuato, Gto., Mexico, 30 minutes Finally, at the fourth and last stop, our specialized guide will take us to Terraza Bar 360°. We will enjoy a guided tour and the last mixology drink of the house. We will be able to capture photographs of this last terrace and, if we wish, taste some additional food or drink (not included). Our guide will be available to answer questions and provide information about nightlife in Guanajuato. To end the tour in an unforgettable way and appreciate the city from the top.

Mexico City: Autentic Culinary La Merced Market Food tour

4. Mexico City: Autentic Culinary La Merced Market Food tour

Make a stop at: La Merced, Calle Rosario 180 Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City 15820 Mexico The colorful and chaotic Merced Market serves thousands of shoppers every day. On this tour, you'll visit our favorite food stalls, meet some talented market vendors, and learn about the history of the market. You will finish learning why La Merced is different from any other place in Mexico. Stop at: Centro Historico, Centro Historico, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast At the end of this tour, we'll spend some time strolling the streets of a recently renovated part of downtown, an area filled with thriving bars and cafes and a lively street art scene. Eat at Mexico City's famous La Merced market on a small-group food tour. Designed for travelers who want an authentic culinary experience, your tour guide will take you to food stalls frequented by natives of Mexico City. Between bites, meet some of the market vendors and learn about their history. Your food adventure ends with a traditional drink and snack in a newly popular part of the Historic Center. You can try .pozole or pancita .tacos suadero and pastor .Horchata water .Quesadillas .mexican candys .Mexican bread Local fruit All you can eat Duration: 4 hours

Mexico City: Tequila and Mezcal Museum Tour with Tasting

5. Mexico City: Tequila and Mezcal Museum Tour with Tasting

Learn about the tequila and mezcal-making process in a guided tour, watch more than 2000 different exhibited bottles around the museum and enjoy an interesting tasting. When you arrive to the museum, you will have a guided tour of the whole museum with your bilingual tour guide, that will also talk to you about the famous "Plaza Garibaldi" where the museum is located and the Mariachis that are a World Intangible Heritage of Humanity declared by Unesco in 2011. Then, you will enjoy a Tequila and Mezcal tasting with your tour guide, where you will have the opportunity to taste 3 different tequilas and 2 different kinds of Mezcales, so you can learn about the differences of these iconic drinks and where you will also learn the best way to drink, enjoy and appreciate these traditional Mexican drinks. After the tasting, you can enjoy some time at the restaurant and you will have free time to go around the museum and the shop in case you want to purchase any of the drinks you just tasted.

Guanajuato: Estudiantina Imperial Callejoneada Procession

6. Guanajuato: Estudiantina Imperial Callejoneada Procession

A Callejoneada is a traditional musical procession that takes place in the streets and alleyways of Guanajuato, a city in central Mexico. It is a unique and vibrant cultural experience that combines music, dance, and folklore, and is popular among locals and visitors alike. During a Callejoneada, a group of musicians and dancers, known as the Estudiantina, lead a procession through the narrow streets of the city, playing traditional Mexican music on instruments such as guitars, violins, and trumpets. The Estudiantina members wear colorful traditional costumes and hats, and the procession is often accompanied by dancers who perform traditional Mexican dances such as the Jarabe Tapatio. As the procession moves through the streets, the musicians and dancers interact with the audience, encouraging them to join in the singing and dancing. The Callejoneada typically ends in a central plaza or open space, where the musicians and dancers perform a final set of songs and dances. The Callejoneada is an important part of the cultural heritage of Guanajuato and has been celebrated in the city for over a century. It is a lively and joyful celebration of Mexican music, dance, and culture, and is a must-see for anyone visiting the city.

Teotihuacan Pyramids Guided Walking Tour - 2 hours

7. Teotihuacan Pyramids Guided Walking Tour - 2 hours

Located approximately 50 km northeast of Mexico City, the sacred city of Teotihuacan is believed to be the birthplace of gods. Constructed between the 1st and 7th centuries, this magnificent city is renowned for its expansive monuments, including the awe-inspiring Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, as well as the remarkable Temple of Quetzalcoatl. Immerse yourself in the rich history of this Mesoamerican marvel with a knowledgeable and certified guide who will accompany you on a captivating guided tour. Discover the cultural significance of Teotihuacan, an influential center whose artistic and cultural influence extended far beyond its boundaries. Step into the ancient ruins of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, where every stone holds a story. Your guide will unveil the historical intricacies and fascinating tidbits, painting a vivid picture of the city's past. Explore the sprawling ruins, bask in the grandeur of the architectural wonders, and gain a profound understanding of Teotihuacan's lasting legacy.

Mexico City: Palaces & Historical Buildings Walking Tour

8. Mexico City: Palaces & Historical Buildings Walking Tour

Explore some of Mexico's most beautiful and historically significant buildings on this walking tour that visits the Museo Nacional de Artes, the National Bank of Mexico, Palacio de Correos de Mexico, and Palacio de Bellas Artes. Travel first to the Museo Nacional de Arts, with its extensive collection of artwork from the second half of the sixteenth to the first part of the twentieth century. Admire the historical center of the city where the museum is located while moving on to the next stop, the National Bank of Mexico. See the heart of the financial well-being of Mexico, and gain insight into the national economy. Finish exploring the birthplace of the Peso, and move on to the Palacio de Correos de Mexico. Gaze at the magnificent architecture of the building with its unique style, influenced by a number of architectural styles. Decide for yourself which style influences the building the most, as scholars argue Art Nouveau, Moorish, Venetian Gothic Revival, or Baroque, while others argue it is Neoclassical, but regardless, the gold-plated interior is magnificent. Move on to the Palacio de Bellas Artes, the palace that is the center of artistic and cultural activities in Mexico and one of the most prominent buildings in the country. Be amazed by the white marble palace and the murals on the top floors. End the tour at the Palacio de Bellas Artes and relax as you are returned to your hotel or accommodation in Mexico City to finish up the tour.

Vallarta: Mexology Tacos & Tequila Tour

9. Vallarta: Mexology Tacos & Tequila Tour

Meet your local foodie guide who will introduce you to authentic dishes and drinks in downtown Vallerta. This small-group tour will introduce you to the hidden gems that make the culinary scene in the city so unique. Go beyond the popular tourist spots and discover the local favorites, which you might not find on your own. Sample a range of tacos including steak tacos, fish tacos, shrimp tacos, tacos al pastor, and beef cheek tacos. Discover how Tequila, Mezcal, and Racillia are close cousins and by the end of the tour, understand the difference between the 3. Taste the difference between a standard cocktail and the creations made by Vallarta’s best Mixologists. Sample a range of flavors starting with a Mezcal Cocktail made with fresh lime, cucumber, and a signature ingredient. Then savor a Jalapeño Margarita made by hand with fresh all-natural ingredients. Finally, enjoy a Michelada, made with beer and fresh salsas. You won’t walk more than a few blocks without being offered a Tequila tasting. Learn the difference between a quality drink and a run of the mill creation.

San Miguel: Landmarks and Lunch Walking Tour

10. San Miguel: Landmarks and Lunch Walking Tour

Explore San Miguel's main sights and hidden treasures on a guided walking tour for up to 12 people. Learn about the history of a town founded in 1542, and replenish your energy after with a 3-course Mexican meal in a traditional family-run restaurant. Begin your tour at the Plaza of San Francisco. From here, discover the stories and histories of many different landmarks in San Miguel with a certified local guide. Find out how the city has developed from humble beginnings into a world-class destination. As you walk through the town, visit a range of sights like markets, schools, and churches. Learn about local merchants who breathe life into San Miguel and make some new friends along the way. To finish your tour, savor some fantastic food, including an appetizer, main course, dessert, and a drink.

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This tour is excellent and our guide, Oscar, was the best. He is extremely knowledgeable about local food and the history of San Miguel. Oscar is also able to adapt quickly to the taste of his guest and always with a smile. He would highly recommend this your to any visitor and request Oscar as the tour guide if possible.

Fabulous evening tour with Les. Great tastes of some authentic Mexican dishes loots of great history - a very enjoyable evening.

Brilliant evening. A great guide who was super professional when planning changed along the way. First class tour and FUN!

Sylvia is an excellent tour guide. Highly recommend! Knowledgeable, entertaining and a great value. Super fun too.

Lots of fun, great balance of food and spirits. Finding locals spots is the best