- 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
"[Our guide] was a terrific guide, explaining the architecture, history, and social trends in these two fascinating neighborhoods. We had no idea how much damage was caused by the earthquakes. We stayed after the tour and toasted Context Travel while staring at Michelangelo's David!”
Mexico City Architecture Tour: From Bauhaus to Barragan
Roma and Condesa Architecture Tour
Want to learn more about Mexico City’s artistic legacy? Try our Frida Kahlo Tour.
For Santiago, the architecture of "Centro Histórico" was the first thing that captured his attention. As a kid he would go there with his grandmother every weekend and visit a new building or museum every time. It quickly became a hobby to do the same thing all over the city. In no time, he had finished his degree in architecture, with an emphasis on history, and decided to turn his hobby into a career. Since then has enjoyed getting to know new people everyday and passing on the passion he feel for his native Mexico City.
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