Hidden Neighborhoods Tour in Mexico City

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Explore lesser known areas of Mexico City to see how locals live with a friendly guide leading the way. Immerse yourself in the unique vibe of this bustling city.

Duration:  5hrs
Cancellation:  24.0hrs
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  • Explore lesser known areas of the city, some of which are unknown even to most locals, as you hunt for taco spots
  • Walk by important modern monuments and magnificent old houses while appreciating urban artistic expressions
  • Analyze the city’s constant changes throughout history and drink pulque, a pre-hispanic ancient drink that is known as the beverage of the gods

What's Included

  • Bilingual guide
  • Public transport
  • Appetizers and beverages

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Mar 29, 2019
My "Hidden Neighborhoods" tour with Bondabu was excellent! The booking process was easy, they were very quick to answer questions, and the tour was definitely worth the money! We spent over 4 hours exploring neighborhoods I wouldn't have been able to find on my own - saw some wonderful buildings, art, learned some history of Mexico City, and had some great tacos and pulque! Overall, a highlight of my time in Mexico City!
Mar 26, 2019
The 4 of us thought it was absolutely fabulous! Like going around the town with a friend! Nito was fabulous and knows everything about the neighborhoods and culture. A great amount of information and a perfect amount of food and fun! Fran was also a great addition. Thank you, Nito! This tour exceeded our expectations! Can't wait to try more of Bandabu!
Dec 11, 2018
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Oct 9, 2018
Your guide was gentle, helpful and very accommodating, great for Mario!. Certain portions of the area at times may have felt irrelevant or with lacking context. Perhaps starting with a map to show the areas to visit in relationship with the rest of the city, point to other areas, and why these areas were so important to Mexico City's history and current state of affairs. Then make sure you frame your "story" during the tour along the chapters of history, architecture and culture (or something similar) so the tourist has a better grasp on what one is learning and how to digest it. Nevertheless a great experience to get off the beaten path and learn Mexico City better. Thank you - keep up the good work.



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