Mexico City Tours
Tour in Turibus -
This tour encompasses the Paseo de la Reforma - the most beautiful avenue in México City - Downtown, Chapultepec and surrounding areas. The tour begins with a trip down the Paseo de la Reforma, build in 1865 by Emperor Maximiliano de Habsburgo, who envisioned Mexico City to have a peaceful avenue reminiscent of the Champs Elysèes in Paris. As part of his plan, the Reforma was embellished with beautiful monuments and statues, some bearing the emperor's likeness. The tour is conducted on a two level bus, with the top level totally exposed so visitors can observe the beautiful views. Tours are daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Mexico City Tour -
This 4-hour tour covers important downtown areas. Embarking from the Zòcalo, you will visit the National Palace and see Diego Rivera's famous murals before proceeding to the Metropolitan Cathedral.
Enjoy walking through an ancient Aztec civilization, then take a ride down the Paseo de la Reforma, an avenue highlighted by beautiful statues. This Mexico City tour culminates in the impressive Aztec Room at the Anthropology Museum.
Pyramids of Teotihuacan -
An ancient Aztec phrase meaning “place where men become gods,” Teotihuacan is an incredible archeological landmark just beyond Mexico City. Take a wonderful tour of Teotihuacan and climb the sun and the moon pyramids, which are sacred structures in Mexican culture. This tour also guides you to the Quetzalpapalotl - "palace of the jaguars" and the "avenue of the dead." Before touring the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, you will see the great basilica of Guadalupe. Visit www.teotihuacan.gob.mx.
Taxco and Cuernavaca Tour -
Journey through the Mexican landscape and Sierra Madre mountains to experience the most beautiful destinations in Mexico. The 4-hour tour takes you to Cuernavaca, the city of the eternal spring. One of the oldest cities in Mexico, Cuernavaca features a beautiful 16th century cathedral and the Palace of Cortés. Following you will be transported to Taxco, the city of silver. Located on a magnificent mountain, Taxco is one of best preserved colonial cities in México. Tour significant landmarks such as the Church of Santa Prisca, which features a churriguresque façade and elaborate sculptures, and the Plaza Borda, famous for its colorful market and silver shops. This tour is approximately 10 hours.
Cholula and Puebla Tour -
Puebla is a colonial city that has remained architecturally intact over the years. Called the City of the Angels, Puebla is recognized for the talaverana tiling that embellishes its walls, cupolas and interiors, and mole poblano, the area's national Mexican dish. In Puebla, you will enjoy seeing the Cathedral, the Church of Santo Domingo and one of the many factories where talavera and onyx pieces are produced. This 8-hour tour also takes you to Cholula, an area well known for the famous pyramid of Quetzalcoatl. Upon leaving México City, you will see impressive sites including the Popocatepetle and Iztacihuatl volcanoes, famous for their dramatic beauty.