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- Free Cancellation
- Duration: 3 Hrs
Departure Time :
9:30 AM Valid from the time you exchange your voucher, for the duration selected.
Departure Details :
Av. Paseo de la Reforma 24, Colonia Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point
Cancellation Policy : For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
Uncover the colorful Street Art of Mexico city in an insider bike tour alongside the cyclistteam. Get off the tourist path and get closer to the Chilango-side riding the barrios art expressions from the hippest Roma-Condesa pop culture to the Obrera, Doctores social and political protest; the walls reflect the Muralists movement evolution out of the museums to the public space to connect people within the community.
As you ride safely deepen yourknowledge of Mexican cultural traditions along frequent stops for fun facts and tales by your local guide on thissmall-group tour limited to 10 people.
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.
Bicycle that's fitted to you
Small-group tour (max.10)
Lunch - 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
Our guide Led (his parents are Zeppelin fans!) took us on a fantastic off-the-beaten path tour of the city's many official murals, some that could only be seen on foot. By traveling via bike, we covered much more area—and who doesn’t feel 10 again riding a bike?? Helmets were provided and with Led leading the way, we felt safe even on crowded streets. He even blocked a bus for us! Stopping for coffee along the way gave us an opportunity to learn more about this wonderful city from our knowledgeable and creative guide. A highlight of our visit!
Very off the beaten path but still a great overview of Mexico's history and culture. I did it my first morning and I'm very glad I did.
Highlight of our trip to Mexico City was the tour of street art on bike with Pablo. We spent at least 3-hours biking through several neighborhoods seeing wonderful murals and hearing the stories behind them. Bikes were comfortable and Pablo adeptly navigated us through busy streets and back alleys. This was a wonderful way to get around, learn about the city, the people, the art, and get a little exercise. Gracias Pablo. Fue maravillosa!
I think this tour was the highlight of my entire trip to Mexico City. We covered about 25km in the time we were cycling and it really helped me get my bearings in the city. Traffic in Mexico City is busy but drivers are pretty aware of what's going on around them and the streets are mainly one way - so I felt pretty comfortable on the roads. Gabby is a brilliant guide too - making sure we were safe and it was always clear which route we were taking. I loved the comfy, colourful, high quality bikes too. We saw so much amazing art, learned lots of the stories behind the art and the artists and also learned a lot about the neighborhoods we visited. I loved exploring the city with someone so passionate about cycling and so knowledgeable about the city and would really recommend this tour to anyone who fancies some city exploring on a bike and wants to grab some great photos of amazing art.