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All entrance fees included
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Meet your guide in the late morning at Hostal Amigo, a downtown Mexico City spot where you kick off the food festivities with a delicious pozole tasting. Once all the members of your small group arrive, follow your guide through the bustling streets for delicious tacos and quesadillas. Vegetarians can order quesadillas prepared with squash blossom and huitlacoche (a smoky-flavored delicacy often called corn smut); meanwhile meat eaters can select beef or pork tacos made from a huge variety of juicy cuts and seasonings. Try the famous al pastor tacos found at the highly recommended Taqueria El Huequito before biting into tacos made with cochinita pibil, a slow-roasted pork recipe that dates back to the ancient Maya on the Yucatan peninsula.
Make a quick stop at San Juan Market to taste some pre-Hispanic dishes made with exotic (and nutritious!) ingredients such as grasshoppers and other insects. These foods were important in the diet of ancient Mexico and are now delicacies served in the finest restaurants. Sample some of these unusual treats, or enjoy items made with quintessential ingredients such as corn, squash, chili, tomatoes, beans, avocado and chocolate.
Finish the tour at El Moro to enjoy some delicious chocolate and buñuelos. At the end of the 4-hour tour you can stay at the restaurant and soak up the festive atmosphere or your guide can walk you back to the starting point.
Professional English- and Spanish-speaking guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
It is recommended that you wear comfortable walking shoes
Returns to original departure point at approximately 4pm