🎂 We're turning 20! Learn more and find out what’s new in our 20th year. 🎂
Mexico City Private Tours and Mexico City Small Group Tours

Mexico City Private and Small Group Walking Tours

( 496 )
Fantastically alive with stunning architecture, striking art, and some of the best food around, CDMX is finally having its moment.
From its days as the center of the Aztec Empire to growing into a sprawling modern metropolis, Mexico City offers a maze of history to discover. Dig into the city’s European history with sites like the Metropolitan Cathedral, the shaping of modern Mexico through the murals of Diego Rivera, or the bohemian life of Frida Kahlo—all are integral to understanding the contemporary Mexican identity. Discover the hidden delights of the metropolis with Context's Mexico City private tours. 

Mexico City Private Tours and Mexico City Small Group Tours

If you’re looking to really understand the city on one our Mexico City guided tours, then you need to spend a day with its two most famous artists: Frida and Diego. On our Frida Kahlo Tour, we pay a visit to Kahlo’s home, the studio of Diego Rivera, and the Leon Trotsky Museum, learning the details of their torrid affair, their relationship with politics, and how they shaped the direction of modern Mexican art. Those looking to take a more contemporary view can look to a handful of our other Mexico City private tours or Mexico City small group tours. May we suggest our Roma and Condesa Tour, which winds its way through CDMX's hippest hoods or our Mexico City Food Tour, which explores a Mexican market offering tastes of Mexican delights from tlayocas to tacos. Our other Mexico City tours offer a variety of topics, from archaeology to art and everything in between.
What Context Mexico City Travelers Say
496 Reviews (4.9)

Reviews can only be left by Context customers after they have completed a tour. For more information about our reviews, please see our FAQ.

Gustavo was terrific, can't think of a thing to improve!
This tour was truly a deep dive into the lives of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, as well as the artistic and political scene they were so deeply embedded in. Rodrigo was an exceptional guide, and taught us so much not only about the people themselves but the time and neighborhoods they lived in. A highlight of our trip to Mexico City.
Diego was knowledgable about architecture and Mexican history. He was accommodating and fun. Great English.