Day of the Dead, legends & ghosts all year round
- Adult Ages 12+
- Child Ages 3-11
- Infant Ages 0-2
Discover the Mysteries of Mexico City: A Guided Walking Tour through Day of the Dead, legends & ghosts
Embark on this walking tour around Mexico City and live a journey full of excitement while you hear lifelong legends that have been told from generation to generation. Begin the journey at Hostal Amigo, where your guide will explain everything about the most important festivity in Mexico: the Day of the Dead! Even though it is only celebrated once a year, its importance is so great that even if you come to Mexico at any other time of the year, you must take part in this festivity one way or another!
From there, follow your guide to different important sites around Mexico City‘s streets and learn about popular stories about ghosts and paranormal stuff. Some of these points of interest include: Hotel MX Centro, where you will listen to the history of Don Juan Manuel; the Plaza de la Constitución (El Zócalo), where the legend of the deceased hanged takes place; the Convento de la Concepción, where you will learn about the legend of a woman of this convent; and the Casa de los Azulejos, whose history will not leave you indifferent.
With this tour, you will know Mexico City in a completely different and unique way. Also, after the guided visit, you can take advantage of the location where the tour ends to continue visiting the city center on your own!
Book your Day of Dead, Legends & Ghosts in Mexico City Tour
- Enjoy a unique experience in the heart of Mexico
- Learn about popular legends and ghost stories of CDMX
- Listen to the history of the Day of the Dead and understand its importance
- Visit iconic sites of the city and discover their importance
- Discover Mexican culture to the maximum
Inclusions in Day of Dead, Legends & Ghosts in Mexico City Tour:
- Professional bilingual guide
- Guided visit
Hostal Amigo (Isabel La Católica 61-A, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, México) at 6:30 pm.