We learned so much about the culture and history of Mexico City during this trip. Each stop on the tour explores a different topic. We left with a much better understanding and appreciation for the unique cuisine of Mexico!
Get to know Mexico City’s history center through its food on a half-day culinary walking tour. Discover the richness and diversity of Mexican cuisine, an UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage designee, with the help of a knowledgeable guide. Have an intimate small group encounter with Mexico’s capital city as you stroll among street food stalls and local markets, visit traditional cantinas and celebrated restaurants, sampling eight different dishes and drinks.
Meet your guide and group at a convenient downtown restaurant to begin your crash course in Mexico's food and culture. Your gastronomic adventure will take you from pre-Hispanic food to contemporary Mexican cuisine in a half-day stroll through Mexico City’s 700-year-old historic center. You’ll experience the city’s Aztec market, explore its street food and drink in one of its traditional cantinas.
Along the way, your guide will share the legends of this vibrant metropolis, helping you to travel through time as you sample sweets at one the oldest candy stores in the city, explore the bounty of Mexican cheeses and meats, taste traditional Oaxacan cooking and delight in the country’s edible flowers and organic produce.
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Having only a short time to visit Mexico City for the first time, this tour was recommended to me as a way of getting a feel for the culture of Mexico. I can enthusiastically write that it was an excellent experience. My tour guide, Grace,...More
Our guide Grace provided our family with an excellent tour. Sharing her knowledge of the city, its history and, of course, its food and beverages. We loved the markets, the street food and cantinas. There is a lot of food provided so make sure you...More
Just did this tour on Monday. Our tour guide was Grace, she is a charming young lady. We visited several places throughout our tour...all together 8 stops, I believe. Tacos, sopes, mole, tapas, drinks, etc.. We also visited a Mercado...it was one of the highlights...More