Historical Mexico City Walking Tour with Sweets Tasting


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Navigate through Mexico's historical city center on this guided tour! Visit popular sights like Zocalo, Pasteleria Ideal, Palacio Nacional & more. Enjoy sweets at one of the oldest candy stores!

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after the booking confirmation date will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail


  • Bilingual guide
  • Templo Mayor admission fee
  • Campanario de la Catedral admission fee
  • Sweets tasting

Start Timings

  • 10:00


  • 4 (hrs)


  • If less than 2 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.
  • Children of all ages can participate in this activity.

Additional Notes

  • Gratuity is not included in the price.
  • Please note that Templo Mayor may charge you for taking pictures (without flash) or video recording (no professional).
  • Flash cameras are forbidden in front of Murales del Palacio Nacional.
  • Palacio Nacional´s army prefers not be photographed.
  • Palacio Nacional closes on Mondays or days when there is an event.
  • The activity provider does not assume any responsibility for your valuables and/or personal belongings.
  • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
  • The tour guide has full discretion to refuse service to customers based on attire, behavior, physical fitness and condition.
  • Some events or Zocalo´s closing days cannot be anticipated.

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Walking shoes
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Please bring an umbrella during the rainy season (end of May to October).
  • Camera


Historical Mexico City Walking Tour with Sweets Tasting
09:45:00 Check-in at Palacio de Bellas Arte's Principal Door

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10:00:00 History of Palacio de Bellas Artes
Begin your visit to the Palacio de Bellas Artes, a well-known cultural center in Mexico built during 1904. Learn about its history and beautiful architecture and design.
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Palacio de Correos
Next, see the work of Italian architect Adamo Boari, the Palacio de Correos. This complex was inaugurated back in 1904 and is considered as Mexico's main post office. Admire its impressive interior and facade.
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Casa de los Azulejos
Continue to Casa de los Azulejos or "House of Tiles", an 18th-century palace known for its till-covered facade. Inside you will find a courtyard and a restaurant.
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Pasteleria Ideal
Have the chance to see and taste a variety of cakes when you make a stop at a patisserie (at your own expense). Hear interesting facts about Mexican festivities such as the feast of death, baptism and more from your guide.
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Oldest Candy Store
Get a glimpse of the residents' everyday life when you go to the Francisco I. Madero Avenue, also known as Madero Street. This is where they usually go shopping, visit museums or watch a show in Zocalo. Here you will visit one of the oldest candy stores and taste some "alegrias" (sweets).
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Zocalo and Metropolitan Cathedral
Arrive at Zocalo where you will visit the Metropolitan Cathedral. This is the largest and oldest cathedral in Latin America. Marvel at its exterior and interior design of Baroque art, such as the altarpiece of the kings.
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Campanario de la Catedral and Templo Mayor
Visit the Campanario de la Catedral. Explore its surroundings and see the majestic bells and dome. Then, head to Templo Mayor, an archaeological site founded in 1325 and was rebuilt six times. It has a modern museum where some notable treasures excavated can be found.
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Palacio Nacional
Finish your tour at the Palacio Nacional, the seat of the federal executive in Mexico. It was built during the 16th and 20th century, with famous painter Diego Rivera who decorated some parts of the place with amazing mural paintings.
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14:00:00 Check-out at Palacio de Bellas Arte's Principal Door

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