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Av. Paseo de la Reforma 24, Colonia Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point
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OverviewLive the city from another perspective cycling its streets off the tourist path with our cyclist team.
Open your eyes to the biggest art gallery in Mexico City: its streets. Chilango urban artists translate its traditions, history, and culture into the concrete canvas of the walls.
Calmly ride your way through the colorful barrios and first districts of current Mexico City; from the hippest Roma-Condesas pop-culture to the Obrera Doctores social outcries, the streets are swarmed with a public-space-reclaiming Street art that brings art out of museums connecting communities around it.
Get to know the stories of those who have built the identity of the chilangos, the people of this city, through interesting facts and some historical background by our local guide in our small-group tour limited to ten people.
And what better way to end than enjoying some tasty chilango street food; theres something for everyones taste and diets.
Live Mexico Citys Urban art on a bike!
Free snacks included
Led by a local guide
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Embark upon your explorationat Guerrero district where a full avenue has beenawash with paint, thoughts and ideas to promote the recovery of public space, through artistic works of young Mexicans who use walls that previously suffered a visual deterioration been in marginal areas like Lagunilla and the non-turisty Centro to get the sense of the energetic merchants that have invaded the streets in a real urbanscenery.
Making the way to Obrera and Doctores district to visit the works ofrenownedinternational an local artists at the Antique toys museum place for the first Street Art Festival in 2011, since then the spirit has remain, inspiring the community to preserve and promote new works, to make an easier transition well have a break at the Pushkin garden to get an intro to the Chic Roma where gentrification has made it the place foreateries, bars and everything ending in "ra" where brands hadpay toembellished their walls and marketing products at Condesa, where pop and hipster culture showcase in every corner.
Finally will head back crossing Jurez and Cuahutemoc borroughsto beawad by some of the biggest murals painted invarious techniques to end the bike tour at Alameda to Diego Rivera Mural, so you can ponder on the evolution of Mexican Muralism from the late 20s to present era in search of a national identity that is enriched by the local diversity of each artist.
A bicycle that's fitted to you
Small-group tour (max.10)
Snacks - Street Food, options for everyone's delight and diet restrictions. Tacos, Quekas, Tlacoyos, gorditas, chilaquiles and more choices to try
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Infant seats available
Children must be accompanied by an adult
May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
A maximum of 10 people per booking
Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
Near public transportation
Transportation is wheelchair accessible
Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
Most travelers can participate
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
Bike throughout the city checking out some amazing street art and murals. They stop for some complementary amazing food as well which adds to the experience. MUST DO!
Great guide and the crew kept us all safe. Fun riding around Mexico City and seeing a variety of street art while also learning more about this fascinating place and its history.
So fun!!! Great murals and a wonderful way to experience the city. Perfect for families with teens. Delicious lunch.
Excellent urban experience riding in the streets of Mexico city knowing the history and culture through art and food!
A must do bike tour in Mexico City! Great way to explore the city and see different areas. Getting to stop and go into Biblioteca Vasconcelos was amazing, all the street art was fantastic and the street tacos at the end of the tour were delicious!
Ivan was a fantastic guide for street art of Mexico City. Really enjoyed the places we visited and the opportunity to cycle in the city.
Our group enjoyed the bicycle tour. The operator did a really great job of making sure we felt safe during the entire experience. They stop traffic so we can continue moving safely. Areas we rode (through parks) in were packed with pedestrians later in the day, I recommend riding early.
Excellent bike tour! Alberto ensured that we rode safely through traffic. His hand signals were very helpful in getting us through intersections with heavy traffic. He imbued the tour with a love for Mexico and provided lots of insight into the history and pre-Hispanic culture. The tour of authentic or “real” neighborhoods made it much more than a city bike tour. The authentic lunch of tlacoyo topped it off. Alberto was patient and kept a pace that we were comfortable with. Each bike came with bottled water. A fabulous tour in every respect!
I love street art and this tour was absolutely fantastic. Our guide was patient and very knowledgeable. I highly recommend!
The art bike tour was great. I asked to see the “real Mexico” and that’s where Alberto, my guide, took me. We didn’t go to Condesa and Roma that were listed in the description, which I was glad for b/c those are upscale neighborhoods with more tourists. Alberto was a very nice and kind person who knows the ins and outs of Mexico City well. He claimed his English wasn’t good, but we were able to communicate very well and even got into some real discussions about politics and life. I would recommend this tour. Just as a note the tour is arranged with a bike rental/tour company based in Mexico City, not the one listed when you book.