Get to know Mexico City by doing a free walking tour with professional tour guides who will show you all you need to know about the City of Palaces. Located in central Mexico, this enormous city is considered the second largest metropolitan area of the western hemisphere with almost 22 million people calling it home. Being the largest Spanish speaking city in the world, Mexico City is a wonderful example of a tourist destination that is much easier to get to know and not miss any of the iconic landmarks you truly want to see with the help of a free walking tour with a local guide.
When visiting all those essential tourist destinations, you can try doing it with a local guide on a free walking tour to get to know Mexico City much better and get some great recommendations on what to see and do later to make the most of your trip. You’ll discover all those lesser-known tourist attractions along with the most iconic landmarks and monuments like The Frida Kahlo Museum, the National Anthropology Museum, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Chapulteco Forest Park, go downtown to see Zocalo or Constitution Square, visit the UNESCO World Heritage site at Teotihuacán, or the Luis Barragan Museum House, visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Palace of Fine Arts, or ride the picturesque canals in the Xochimilco neighborhood.
All the free walking tours in Mexico City have opinions and reviews
from other walkers who have already gone on the route you are checking out. There are guided tours available in English and Spanish in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Read up on what they had to say about both the tour route and the guide so you can find the best option for you. Other cities that have guruwalks with local guides that were of interest to people looking in Mexico City are Guadalajara
, Puerto Vallarta
, or Guatemala City.