Explore the National Museum of Anthropology, a national museum of Mexico. It’s the largest and most visited museum in the country.
- Adult Ages 12+
- Child Ages 3-11
- Infant 0-2 years old
The world doesn’t stop and neither do you, that’s why during your visit to Mexico City you will be able to enjoy the best and most outstanding attractions of this city, with the safety and hygiene measures that will guarantee you to know and enjoy with total tranquility. Start by visiting the historical centre, discover the history of the enclosures in this area, their architecture, history and current use. Very close to there is the archaeological zone of Tlatelolco, it knows its role within the pre-Hispanic history and its importance within the emblematic “Plaza of the Three Cultures”. Continue to the Basilica of Guadalupe, the most visited Marian site in the world only surpassed by St. Peter’s Basilica, learn more about its wonderful history. To continue enjoying it, take a panoramic walk on Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, the most emblematic avenue in the city, an icon of the economic and business development of the country, and admire its beautiful architectural landscape. The next point to visit is Av. President Masarik in the Polanco colony, one of the most exclusive streets in the world, a place characterized by being home to the most renowned boutiques in the world. For the last part of the tour you will take the road south of the city to Xochimilco, where you will learn about the history of this important site. The tour will end in Coyoacán where you will learn part of its history and the location of the house of the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, finally enjoy free time to eat and buy handicrafts at the market.
- Meet the most emblematic sites of Mexico City’s Historical Center.
- Visit the Basilica of Guadalupe, the most visited Marian site in the world.
- Admire the most outstanding avenues of the city while you learn the most curious facts.
- Discover Xochimilco and Coyoacán, the most important sites in the south of the city.
- Round trip transportation from hotels in city center and Reforma area
- Bilingual guide
- Food and beverages
- Tickets to the monuments