Mexico City

The Mexico City Neighborhoods Tour

$145.00 USD

per person:

Guided Mexico City Neighborhoods Tour
A tour to discover Mexico City and its neighborhoods
Guided tour of Mexico City's neighborhoods
A tour to explore Mexico City and its neighborhoods
Architecture tour in Mexico City's neighborhoods Juan O'Gorman
A tour to explore Mexico City and its neighborhoods


6-7 hours

Tour Guide:

Licensed Architect



Mode of Transportation:

VW Beetle convertible or VW classic Combi with a guide & driver

Visited Places:

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


The Mexico City Neighborhoods Tour is a journey across Mexico City! With its 16 boroughs and more than 300 neighborhoods “colonias” spread over some 1,500 km2, Mexico City’s sheer size may at first intimidate you. However, despite its megapolis status, the city’s neighborhoods, many of which were small nearby villages before the city grew, still give parts of this bustling city a small town feel to it.

From the city’s lively historical center to the posher and quieter neighborhood of Polanco, from trendy Condesa and Roma to the tranquility of Coyoacan and San Angel, our Mexico City neighborhoods tour will have discover the indredible diversity of Mexico City. A 30 kms ride across the city with funky local stops in each neighborhood that will have you drink, eat and breath Mexico City !

More About This Tour

Our Mexico City Neighborhoods Tour begins at 10:00 AM. Hotel pick-ups are schedule between 9:30 AM and 10:00 AM depending on your hotel’s location. Please be in your hotel lobby a few minutes before your scheduled pick-up time.

We will first begin by visting the city’s Juárez neighborhood before making our way to the neighborhoods of Roma and Condesa where we will stop for for a coffee and or tea break. We will tootle our way across town to reach Coyoacan and San Angel located in the city’s southern part. Along the way we will make many cool stops so you’ll be able to get a feel for each neighborhood.

After a funky stop at la UNAM, Latin America’s larges university, we will then Beetle our way to the north and the up-and-coming neighborhoods of Santa Maria La Ribera and San Rafael.

From the city’s busy heart to its quieter side, we will take you on an extensive tour that will give you a sense of what Mexico City’s neighborhoods are all about!

Tour Highlights

Visit of the following neighborhoods (time permitting):

  • Historic City Center
  • La Roma
  • La Condesa
  • La Juarez
  • Coyoacán
  • San Angel
  • Santa Maria La Ribera
  • Tlatelolco
  • and more…

What does the tour include?

Your tour includes:

  • Transportation in a Beetle convertible or vintage VW Combi
  • Your driver & guide during the 7-8 hour tour
  • Bottled water & a healthy snack
  • Hotel pick-up & drop-off


Not included in your tour are:

  • Meals* aside from your snack if you do not opt for our picnic option at checkout
  • Purchases you may choose to make along the way
  • Gratuities you may choose to give at your discretion

Rates & Conditions


    • Adult (Shared Tour) $145.00
    • Adult (Private Tour) $175.00
    • Child (Shared Tour) $72.50
    • Child (Private Tour) $87.50
    • Adult (Solo Passenger Tour) $345.00

      All our rates include sale tax (16% VAT).

Map & Directions

Book your City Tour now! We only require a small reservation fee.

Full payment by credit card or in cash is only required on the day of your tour.

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