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Mexico City at Night Tour with optional Access to Torre Latino

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Tour without Torre Latino
Adult +12 years
Child Child
Tour with Torre Latino
Adult +12 years
Child Child
Infant (0-2) Free

Visit the most emblematic places of CDMX in a unique way.

See how the city changes when the buildings are illuminated and take amazing photos.

On this walking tour, we will visit the Fine Arts Palace, considered the most important cultural venue in Mexico City. Then we will go to the Palacio de Correos and Calle Madero, where you will learn about its history and the stories and curiosities of the buildings that are in it, such as the Casa de los Azulejos or an old Franciscan convent, among others.

To continue with the walk, we will visit the Zócalo, where we can admire the National Palace and the Cathedral, one of the most important buildings of Spanish-American architecture and a World Heritage Site since 1987. Then we will continue to the Templo Mayor to visit the ruins from the outside, where the guide will tell you all about its history.

To end this experience, we will visit the Torre Latinoamericana, a 44-floor skyscraper inspired by the Empire State of New York, which has a viewpoint on the top floor from which you can admire the best views of the city. This building was the tallest in Mexico City, from its construction in 1956 to 2004.

After learning the history of this impressive building, if you have selected the option with the access to the viewpoint included, you will have time to climb on your own.


  • Guide
  •  Ticket to Torre Latino Viewpoint (if option selected)


  • Optional tips

Meeting Points:

  • At the back of the Palace of Fine Arts (Hidalgo Ave.) at 18h.