Half Day Bicycle Tour in Mexico City

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From $37.70

3 reviews   (2.33)

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Departs: Mexico City, Mexico City

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

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On this tour I will take you to the most Mexican places in Mexico City and we will taste delicious local food. On this tour we will visit the most important and cultural places in Mexico City, while having fun and having an unforgettable experience. I love to ride a bicycle, visit incredible places with incredible people.

What's Included

Certified guide

Use of bicycle

What's Not Included


Traveler Information

  • YOUTH: Age: 10 - 17
  • ADULT: Age: 18 - 60

Additional Info

  • Face masks required for travellers in public areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Face masks required for travellers in public areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

What To Expect

Palacio de Bellas Artes
Our first stop will be the Palace of Fine Arts, it is the highest cultural venue in the country and has been the scene of the most outstanding artists nationally and internationally. Porfirio Díaz ordered the construction of the Palace of Fine Arts to commemorate the Centenary of the Beginning of the Independence of Mexico. Its construction began in 1904 by the Italian architect Adamo Boari. The building is in Art Nouveau style on the outside and Art Deco on the inside.

It is the headquarters of the National Dance Company, the National Symphony Orchestra, the National Opera Company, the Folkloric Ballet of Mexico and the Chamber Orchestra of Fine Arts. The main room has a capacity for more than 1,700 people. The anti-fire curtain stands out with the image of the Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl volcanoes, it weighs 24 tons and was commissioned from the Tiffany House. On the ceiling is a crystal lamp that represents the god Apollo surrounded by the muses of the arts.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

The Chinatown of Mexico City born in the sixties very close to the Alameda central, where Chinese immigrants, also Koreans, Indonesians and Filipinos who are part of this neighborhood lived. Each arrival of the Chinese New Year is celebrated with activities typical of Chinese culture, they begin by hanging Chinese ornaments, likewise this festival is presented with dance demonstrations, martial arts activities and the most important of them are the Dragon and Lion dance Chinese, tradition to give luck to the year that begins. We can enjoy and share a little of the Mexican / Chinese culture

20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Reforma / Zona Rosa
A huge avenue framed by roundabouts that are symbols of the city: the Caballito, the Diana Cazadora, the Angel of Independence. With large office buildings, hotels, and restaurants, this is always a busy place, always full of life.

On the south side of Reforma stands the Zona Rosa, one of the most elegant neighborhoods in the city during the Porfiriato. The Zona Rosa has always been a bohemian neighborhood, so great Mexican artists have lived here, among its streets, bookstores, cafes, restaurants, antique shops and implausible stores. In recent years, the Korean community has settled in the neighborhood, adding an even more eclectic touch, if possible, to an already curious neighborhood.

For decades, the Zona Rosa has been the center of the LGBT community. In this friendly neighborhood you will find clubs, cabarets, clubs and discos, as well as all kinds of specialized shops.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Monumento y Museo de la Revolucion
For both Mexicans and tourists, the Monument to the Revolution in Mexico is a point of reference, meeting and history. From its viewpoint 52 meters high, you can get a 360-degree panoramic view of Mexico City, making it an architectural gem in the heart of the city.
But in the beginning, that project was even more ambitious and planned to compete with the US Capitol.
The entrance of the viewpoint has an additional cost, but it is something that is really worth living and observing.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Chapultepec Castle
We will have an unforgettable experience when approaching the Chapultepec Castle, and it is that here, in addition to the sumptuous and beautiful architecture of the building, many of the historical references that we have carried with us all our lives are reflected.
Today it boasts beautiful restored facades, marvelous landscaped spaces and magnificent exhibition halls, keeping within its walls the memory of Mexico, with spectacular works that have largely accompanied us throughout life: paintings, murals, furniture and documents that are part of our collective memory.

It is divided into three basic exhibition areas:

Old Military College
Temporary Exhibition Rooms

If we have time and all the members of the group agree, we can enter each area and explore it on foot.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Zona Arqueologica Tlatelolco
The place with a terrible and sad history here was born the saying "October 2 does not forget" where thousands of students were killed, the strongest massacre in the entire history of the country by the same Mexican government.
For several decades, the 1968 student movement has become one of the most important events in public memories in Mexico. Remembered for what happened on October 2 in Tlatelolco and symbolized as one of the main moments in the fight for political democracy, '68 has been anchored both in public memories and in places of memory. Among the latter, probably one of the most relevant is the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, in Tlatelolco, Mexico City. This article analyzes its conformation and meanings as a place of memory, as well as the place it has occupied in national and international trauma tourism circuits.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

We can walk through the capital's zocalo and see the cathedral of Mexico, the greater temple and be able to walk a little through the streets of Madero, where the most important clothing stores are located.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Plaza Garibaldi
the mariachi house in CDMX, this traditional CDMX square has museums, markets, bars, pulquerías and dance halls so you can spend an unforgettable night in this special corner.
We can appreciate the culture of mariachi and learn more about them.
and in the mariachi square is THE TEQUILA AND MEZCAL MUSEUM.
the cost is 60 pesos 3 usd, you must visit this museum since tequila is the Mexican water hahaha.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Arena Coliseo
Here we will see the coliseum arena, it is the famous place of Mexican fights, famous known as; holy or blue demon, they saw them grow.

20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

La Lagunilla Market
If you want to really know the culture of Mexico, this last place will show you how the majority of the Mexican population are, we will know the tacos, the commerce, the music, the people, the vendors from Asians to Mexicans, we will be able to buy the famous michelada, it's beer with chili. The famous meats cheese, the best tacos in life. To know this place we will do it walking.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Free


Unique way to experience some Mexico City highlights
tryonp, 08-01-2023
Isaac our tour guide is so knowledgeable about the history of Mexico and has great pride in sharing his wealth of information.
It was a historical tour of downtown Mexico with many stops and information on the way.
After a few hours on the road we stopped for a torta and guanbana
Drink..both which we hadn’t had before. It was a great break and delicious stop. Later we stopped at the oldest bakery in the city which was another unique experience.

Would highly recommend this as it was a great overview of important sites and an easy ride with a very experienced , friendly and attentive guide!

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