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The Luis Barragán Tour

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The Luis Barragán Tour, Guided Architecture Tours Mexico City

The Mario Pani Tour

Coming in January 2021

The Mario Pani Tour

The Juan O'Gorman Tour

Coming in January 2021

The Juan O'Gorman Tour

The Mexico City Architecture Tour

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The Mexico City Architecture Tour

The Mexico City Contemporary Art Scene & Galery Tour

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The Mexico City Contemporary Art Scene & Galleries Tour

Mexican Muralism & The Search for a National Identity

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Mexican Muralism & The Search for a National Identity

Towers of Satélite & Cuadra San Cristóbal Tour

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Satelitte Towers & Cuadra San Cristóbal Tour

And many more Art & Architecture City Tours

Art & Architecture City Tours in Mexico City

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Guided tours by architects and art historians

Private & small group Art & Architecture tours in Mexico.

Art & Architecture Tours in Mexico City

With architects, art historians & artists or simply on your own.

Art & Architecture Tours in Mexico City

In classic VW Convertibles & Combi buses.

Art & Architecture Tours in Mexico City

Relax & enjoy the ride: your Mexican adventure is about to begin...

Art & Architecture Tours in Mexico City

Private and small group art and architecture tours in vintage Beetle convertibles and Combi buses in Mexico City and around the country.

City Tours

Towers of Satélite & Cuadra San Cristóbal Tour

115.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

Las Torres de Satélite, La Fuente de los Amantes, Cuadra San Cristóbal, El Bebedero and more.

The Mexico City Contemporary Art Scene & Gallery Tour

$95.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

OMR, Proyectos Monclova, Arroniz, Licenciado, Maia, Karen Huber, 123, Casa Wabi, Los 14 and Casa Equis.

The Luis Barragan Tour

$195.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

Torres de Satélite, Fuente de los Amantes, Cuadra San Cristóbal, El Bebedero, Casa Ortega, Casa Gilardi, Casa Pedregal aka Casa Prieto López, Convent of Las Capuchinas; more.

The Mexico City Architecture Tour

130.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

Juárez, Roma Condesa, UNAM, San Angel, Tlatelolco, Santa Maria la Ribera, San Rafael and a lot more!

Mexican Muralism & The Search for a National Identity

$95.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP), Bellas Artes, Murals in the city center, La Roma and more.

The Mexico City Neighborhoods Tour

$125.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

Coyoacan, San Angel, Juárez, Roma, Condesa, Downtown/Reforma, San Rafael, Santa Maria La Ribera & more...

The UNAM Campus Tour

$95.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

The UNAM campus, stadium, sculpture area, museums & much more.

Mexico City’s 1985 Earthquake

$95.00 USD p/person

Visited Places:

La Juárez, La Roma, Tlatelolco and more.

Traveling Blog

Tours of Luis Barragan masterworks in Mexico City

Walking in the Shadow(s) of Luis Barragán

Mexico-based activity operator, The Traveling Beetle, now offers daily architecture tours of Luis Barragán’s masterworks in Mexico City.
The Luis Barragan Tour

A New Yorker Story on Luis Barragán by Alice Gregory

This New Yorker story by Alice Gregory, published in 2016 is a must read for those of are interested in Luis Barragán's life and work.
Photo Courtesy of Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

30 Sites Every Architect Should Visit in Mexico City

A interesting hint and selection of architectural "must-sees" in Mexico City by Fabian Dejtiar and Arch Daily.
Mario Pani, Author of photo unknown

Mario Pani: The visionary of urban planning in Mexico City.

It is hard to wander around Mexico City without running into Pani's work. At TTB we once even had our offices in a building he designed. From Tlatelolco to la UNAM, discover a controversial architect that changed the city. A piece by Alberto Lopez in el País (for Spanish readers only, sorry).