Mexico City

Put together bravery, passion, faith, strength, and a refreshing sense of simplicity, and that’s Mexico. Taste flavors that have been refined through generations. Walk through thousands of years of history. Make a Mexico memory!

What’s Included

  • Select Meals
  • Overseas Transfers & Private Transportation
  • Entrance and Program Fees
  • First Class Hotels
  • Guided Tours
  • Tips for Hotel Staff & Hotel Porters
  • Live Audio Headsets (Groups of 8 or more)

The Itinerary

Day 1 –Depart The USA

Depart the USA on your international flight. (Note: Those making their own arrangements will start with EOX on Day 2.)

Day 2 – Arrive in Mexico City

Arrive in Mexico City. Transfer to your hotel.* (D)

*(Transfer included if air purchased through EOX or if you provide EOX with your flight information at least one month prior to your departure).

Day 3 – Mexico City & Teotihuacan

Start your journey in Mexico with a visit to the Museum of Anthropology. Dive into the country’s pre-Hispanic history and culture, which will pave the way for deeper insights as you travel. Drive along Reforma Avenue, the Champs Elysees of Mexico City. See the Metropolitan Cathedral and the ruins of Templo Mayor. Visit the National Palace with murals by renowned artist Diego Rivera. Travel to Teotihuacan, “place of the gods,” to see the pyramids. Teotihuacan is believed to have once been the largest city in the Americas. (B, L) 

Day 4 – A Taste of Mexico City

Discover the flavors of Mexico City with thirteen different tastings.*  From pre-Hispanic dishes to modern fusions, move from venue to venue, exploring history, legends, and stories connected to the local cuisine. This afternoon, enjoy a guided tour of Chapultepec Castle, once home to the only emperor in North America and now the National Museum of History. (B, L) 

*(All safe for foreigners digestive systems). 

Day 5 – Puebla

Travel to Puebla, the city of angels. Visit the ornate Chapel of the Rosary in the Church of Santo Domingo. Enjoy the colonial-style buildings and delicious treats all around. Renowned Talavera Poblana, ornately decorated pottery, will be available for purchase. This afternoon, pop into the Church of St. Maria Tonazintla, valued for its “folk” baroque style. (B, L) 

Day 6 – Colona Roma

Explore quaint specialty food stores and restaurants in the culinary vanguard area known as Colona Roma. This 100-year-old neighborhood offers architectural gems, beautiful gardens, and more. Mexico claims the discovery of chocolate, and whether true or not, the delicacies at Mucho Chocolate Museum will make your mouth water. Enjoy a private tour and tasting. (B, L) 

Day 7 – Coyoacan

Frida Kahlo grew up, lived with her husband, Diego Rivera, and died at Casa Azul. Its museum is a must for anyone moved by her life and work. Visit the unique Church of St. John the Baptist. The nearby bazaar is an open-air art gallery that supports local artists and is a perfect place to wander. Enjoy lunch while gliding through flower-laden canals on a gondola. This evening, say “adiós” to Mexico City, but not before a spectacular dinner show at Guadalajara by Night. (B, L, D) 

Day 8 – Return home

Return home with life-changing memories.*

*(Transfer to airport included if air purchased through EOX or if you provide EOX with your flight information at least one month prior to your departure. Those not providing this information may have to make their own transfer arrangements to return to the airport.)

B=Breakfast Included
L=Lunch Included
D=Dinner Included

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