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Mexico City Architecture Tour: Roma and Condesa

From mansions to markets, learn about modern Mexico in iconic neighborhoods
$230 and up
$73/pp
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Tour Details
About the Tour
Duration
3 hours
Location
Mexico City
Photos & Highlights
  • Learn how architectural masters like Barragan, Buenrostro and Serrano fit into the global architectural tapestry
  • Gain an understanding about the Mexico City of today, its opportunities and challenges such as rebirth after earthquake damage
  • Roma Neighborhood, Condesa Neighborhood, Parque Mexico, and Roma Market
Tour Description
Where You'll Start
Tour Experts
Ignacio
Ignacio
Julio
Julio
Diego
Diego
35 Reviews (4.61)

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Santiago is a fabulous tour guide! He was super knowledgeable about the neighborhoods we visited and the art and architecture there. He also has excellent interpersonal skills and was a lot of fun to be with. He gave us great tips on restaurants and other areas in Mexico City to visit. A very enjoyable morning.
Ignacio was such a informative and engaging guide. We learned so much about the history of our surroundings and really appreciated his friendly demeanor.
I'd actually like to inquire about a refund. I'd like someone to reach out to me asap or I'll be filing a dispute with AMEX over this. I realize the tip I gave the guide is non-refundable and that's for him to keep. IF the tour claims to provide a tour of a market and several tastings and that tour does NOT do so and the guide indicated to us that the tour had recently changed its routing, that SHOULD be indicated on the website. This is a breach of contract. The tour itself... Disappointing. I've done Context tours in Rome, Vatican City and elsewhere and they were AMAZING. This was beyond disappointing. The guide was lacking enthusiasm. The tour itself was very disjointed. We even sat down at Mercado Roma (a notorious tourist trap) for an elongated period of time. I didn't sign up and pay for a tour guide lacking enthusiasm, a routing that suddenly had changed from the website description and just generally, to be taken to various tourists traps. That's the whole reason I did a Context Tour instead of a Viator one instead. I'd love to have someone reach out to me for additional details.