Insider's visit to this fascinating city
5 nights in a luxury hotel
Meals with a gourmet emphasis, breakfast each day, 4 lunches, 3 dinners
Special, private events

Insider's Mexico City


mexico Mexico City is a marvelous megalopolis that must be seen to be believed, and experienced to be understood.  The mix of cultures - Indian, Spanish, Modern - makes for complexity on many levels, and a fascinating adventure for the energetic traveler.  It is an international city with textbook sociological and ecological challenges, a healthy political reform movement, sophisticated cultural life, world-class architecture, performing arts and museums, all spiced with culinary magic.  It is down and dirty, mystical and phantasmagoric, rife with strange customs, vivid colors, and quirky mannerisms that will tug at your heartstrings, and make you laugh or cry, often and out loud.

Leave your pre-conceptions behind and join me for the urban adventure of a lifetime. The itinerary as you read it does faint justice to the experience as you will live it.

Tour Overview

Five nights in courtyard view rooms at the deluxe Four Seasons Hotel on the Paseo de la Reforma.

Our first full day of sightseeing begins at the Zocalo which includes the Presidential Palace, the Cathedral, and the Templo Mayor and museum.  After lunch we continue on to the Casa de Azulejos (House of Tiles), the Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Franz Mayer Museum.  Back to the hotel for a rest before our welcome cocktails and dinner at a very special restaurant in the Zona Rosa.

Next day is for museums with a morning visit to the Museo Nacional de Antropologia.  We will lunch and then consider a visit to the Museo de Arte Moderno and the small and gem-like Rufino Tamayo, or an in depth shopper's tour of the Zona Rosa.  Dinner at a restaurant straight from Old Havana.

The next day's highlight is the Bazar Sabado in San Angel, a visit to the Museo Frida Kahlo, and a late lunch at the evocative San Angel Inn.

On our last day we venture north to the Basilica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, the shrine of Mexico's patron  saint, and then we go further back into the past at Teotihuacan with its' magnificent Aztec monuments - the Pyramids.  Our farewell dinner tonight is a lovely and elegant affair.

This itinerary may be reserved as a private departure with a date of your choosing.

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