A half-day Mexico City Historical Center Tour includes a guided visit to the Zocalo or Main Square, designated by UNESCO as a Heritage of Humanity. The Metropolitan Cathedral was built over the ruins of the Great Teocalli or Main Aztec Temple, after Hernan Cortres accomplished the conquest of the Great Tenochtitaln in 1521. This is the oldest city in the American Continent, continuously inhabited - with over 20 million people living today in the Valley of Mexico. Another historical marker to visit is the National Palace, where famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, recreated the history of Mexico in his frescoes. Your guide will explain in detail these master-works. Tour includes a drive through main boulevards and avenues, past chapultepec Park and the residential zone of Lomas de Chapultepec. Tour beguins and ends in your hotel.
Age range, type of group
The majority of our tours are designed for the general public, with the exception of "Sim with Whale sharks or Giant Squid" which require serious training, all other tours are accessible to all.
Sleeping and meals
Our tours are based using hotels and eating at restaurants. No camping or picnics -- save the rare exception where we arrange a nice picnic which will include refreshments, beer and the occasional wine bottle.
Policies & Restrictions
We are sorry. No pets are allowed in our tours. Smoking is not permitted in buses, in any other tour vehicles, or in enclosed areas. If you wish a smoking room, we will do all possible to secure one for you, but no guarantee can be made to provide such room. We accept children from 6 years on -- and up to self-catering Senior Citizens. Wheel-chairs are avaialble upon request for a nominal rental fee.