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Mexico City Half-Day Gastronomic Tour

Mexico City Half-Day Gastronomic Tour
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$69.1
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

Discover the deliciousness inherent in authentic Mexican cuisine during this 4-hour walking tour of Mexico City's gastronomic highlights. Explore the city on foot and by metro as you visit different eateries to sample classic dishes, as well as more unusual delicacies including fried grasshoppers and brains. Sit down for a full meal at a traditional restaurant before finishing your culinary adventure with Mexican chocolate.

Authentic and fun tour that takes you through the streets of the Historic Center of Mexico City, far from the usual tourist routes.

Right from the start, you’ll feel the essence of the tour with a basic product of the food and agriculture in Mexico: corn. You will taste its different versions, such as in a savoury pozole, and as a main component of our traditional tacos and quesadillas. You’ll find options for all tastes, including squash blossom or corn smut, for your veggie cravings; as well as flavors such head of beef or brains tacos, the famous tacos al pastor and cochinita pibil tacos (Yucatan’s most typical dish).

You will also have the opportunity to visit the popular market of San Juan, where you’ll find some exotic dishes such as nutritious grasshoppers and other insects that were also very important for the diet of pre-Hispanic Mexico.

To give a proper ending to this tour, you’ll visit a tradi- tional chocolatería, where, as a dessert you’ll taste chocolate and buñuelos.

Discover the deliciousness inherent in authentic Mexican cuisine during this 4-hour walking tour of Mexico City's gastronomic highlights. Explore the city on foot and by metro as you visit different eateries to sample classic dishes, as well as more unusual delicacies including fried grasshoppers and brains. Sit down for a full meal at a traditional restaurant before finishing your culinary adventure with Mexican chocolate.