Downtown Mexico City Walking Day Tour

A tour through the art, history and traditions of Mexico City

Downtown Mexico City has been inscribed in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites because of it’s cultural and historical importance, and this is where the Spanish started to build what is now Modern Mexico City in the 16th century on the ruins of the conquered Tenochtitlan. As the center of the ancient Aztec Empire and the seat of power for the Spanish colony of New Spain, the Centro Historico contains most of the city’s historic sites from both eras as well as a large number of museums.

The presence of Diego Rivera is found all over, he painted several murals in many of the main government and private buildings including the «Dream of a Sunday’s afternoon at the Central Alameda park» at hotel del Prado, murals at the National Fine Arts Palace and of course the National Palace, all of which we’ll visit on this tour.

Madero and Cinco de Mayo streets will lead us through history, architecture, food and the crowd to the Plaza de la Constitucion, the main square and emblem of the Mexican society.


At the opening time of the Diego Rivera’s Mural Museum

Central Alameda park

Fine Arts Palace


Madero and Cinco de Mayo streets

 Metropolitan Cathedral and Main Square

National Palace

End of tour

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  • Tour guide licensed by SECTUR (Federal Tourism Bureau
  • Entrance fees to the museum
  • Purified water
  • Fruit snack
  • A la carte lunch away from the crowd
  • Knowledgeable explanation of the downtown area, history, architecture, legends and traditions
  • Guided service, commitment to your needs and interests, advice on any situation you may require
    orientation and the certainty that you are dealing with a professional and experienced individual


  • Personal expenses.
  • Gratuities.
  • Optional activities.
  • Souvenirs, meals or drinks.


Meeting Point Options: Diego Rivera Mural Museum, Balderas 202, Colonia Centro C.P.06000 Ciudad de Mexico. Next to the Central Alameda Park
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End Point Options: Mainsquare

Note: The museums are not open on Mondays

Kid Friendly: Yes. They must be under the supervision of a responsible adult all the time. 
Friendly: No. 
You must be able to get in and out of a car. 
Maximum travelers: 10 (If you need a larger capacity, a private tour or have any special requirements, please contact us.)


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