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'Ruinas Urbanas' inner-city pyramids trek 

6 hours | $85 USD per person
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Delve into some of the most iconic remains of the Aztec capital that still coexist among modern-day Mexico City, with stops at Tlatelolco, Templo Mayor, a prehispanic shrine that is now surrounded by one of the busiest metro stations in the capital and also other locations around the city such as the spot where Hernan Cortes first met Aztec emperor Moctezuma in the 1500s. Also included is a traditional meal of prehispanic foods and a round of pulque, once a sacred alcoholic beverage reserved for Aztec royalty. The itinerary also provides an excellent opportunity to explore Mexico City's Centro Histórico, a UNESCO world heritage site, with one of our knowledgeable guides.


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'Mercados de la Capital' market hop

5 hours | $79 USD per person
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Roam the depths of the capital city's most iconic and historic markets: the famous Mercado Jamaica flower market; the bustling Mercado Merced, which specializes in fresh produce from all around the Mexican republic; the Mercado Sonora witchcraft and santería market and Mercado Ciudadela, a mecca of regional Mexican artisan work and a perfect spot for souvenirs. Included is a pregame pulquería stop and lunch at a typical CDMX fondita in one of the markets.


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The streets of San Ángel

5 hours | $79 USD per person
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Explore the hidden jewel of San Ángel, once an elite neighborhood during the years of Spanish colonization that later became home to art world power couple Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. In addition to their iconic bridged house and art studios, you'll stroll some of Mexico City's oldest streets, visit mummies in a 17th century Carmelite monastery and discover St. Patrick's memorial, a site dedicated to the Irish soldiers who joined forces with the Mexican army during the Mexican-American War in the 1840s. Included are a round of margaritas at the historic Hacienda Goicoechea, lunch at a trendy tortería and entrance to three museums. This tour makes for an excellent opportunity for photography enthusiasts and a prelude to Kahlo's famous childhood home, Casa Azul, in nearby Coyoacan.


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Xochimilco canal cruise

6 hours | $85 USD per person
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Sail down the waterways that once served as the Aztec empire's irrigation system for its extensive network of farmlands — now often referred to as the Venice of Mexico — aboard colorful wooden boats known as trajineras.  Included is transportation from the city to Xochimilco, trajinera rental and a picnic of traditional Mexican eats prepared aboard, plus refrescos, cervezas and mezcal. 


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