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Historic Center Food Tour in Mexico City

From US$77.00
Highlights
  • Explore Mexico City’s historic center through its exceptional cuisine
  • Walk a small group to traditional markets, cantinas and street stalls
  • Learn about Mexico’s history, culture and cuisine as you indulge in samples
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Historic Center Food Tour in Mexico City
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Historical Center Food Tour in Mexico City. Departs at 12:00 pm. Taste 8 traditional tastings of Mexico! Be amazed with the legends and history of Downtown Mexico City.
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Overview

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.

What to Expect

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.  

Reviews (71)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Fun, informative & tonnes of food!

This tour is a great experience for food lovers. You will learn loads in a fun and interesting way! Our guide, Selena, was excellent. She is clearly very knowledgeable. Her English is impeccable and she took great care of all the group by making sure...More

Thank Pauldash
Reviewed 1 week ago
Doesn’t get any better

A unique introduction to the many foods and flavors combined with glimpses into the history and culture of this ancient city. I was impressed by the variety of the foods sampled. My favorite was the Rosse Gourmet in the Mercado de San Juan. Many varieties...More

Thank TarrytownTraveler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great food tour!

Our tour guide was Selima and she was a fabulous educator and foodie. She took us to different local and famous spots around Mexico City and peppered it with historical sites. One of my favorite stops was actually the taco stand! Food was authentic, fresh...More

Thank RO A
Reviewed 4 September 2018
Wonderful Food Tour, really fun

We had a great time! It was a very fun afternoon doing this food tour. Our tour guide, Katrina, is very knowledgeable and very passionate about her city. Without this tour, we would never know a lot of the Mexican culture and food knowledge.

1  Thank Ashlee W
Reviewed 3 September 2018
Fantastic tour. Highly recommended.

I took the tour on my second full day in Mexico City and had such a great time. The tour consists of several food stops and included a good bit about local culture and the history of Mexico. Liz was a great ambassador for her...More

Thank John M
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ken8027
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Response from preville86 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Ironmanjt2. It is best to ask the food tour company directly,
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