Often referred to as an “Urban Jungle” Mexico City is one of the world’s largest metropolises and is jam-packed with things to see and do. Discover them all on a fun and flexible Mexico city hop-on hop-off tour. Climb aboard the double-decker buses to experience the city from a unique vantage point while enjoying the informative audio commentary in multiple languages from a knowledgeable guide. The budget-friendly sightseeing is made easy with the hop-on hop-off Mexico City sightseeing tour.
Easy to use and find stops
A really inexpensive fun way to tour the city
Home to the world’s largest pyramid, Mexico is situated in the south of Northern America. Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and was home to several prominent civilizations in the history of mankind such as the Maya and Zapotec. The pyramid of Cholula is in Mexico and is larger than the pyramid of Giza. Mexico is a linguistically diverse country where more than 68 languages are spoken. The city has over 170 museums making it the second city in the world with the largest number of museums. People in Mexico love Coca-Cola so much that they are its biggest consumers.
The easiest way to see the city is with a Mexico sightseeing bus tour that covers its key architectural gems and attractions. You can choose from different ticket options that let you cover the city in 1 or 2 days. Make sure to wear your walking shoes and book your tickets in advance to avoid last-minute disappointment.
April to October is the ideal time to explore Mexico and enjoy the idyllic weather. The holiday season in Mexico is quite busy with increased tourist inflow. Therefore, it is recommended to make your bookings in advance.
We recommend spending at least three days exploring Mexico city in its entirety and enjoying the key highlights. However, a week is best for sightseeing around the city at a relaxed pace.
The hop-on hop-off Mexico covers more than 15 strategically placed stops including key attractions like Alameda Central, Basílica de Santa María de Guadalupe, Castillo de Chapultepec, Metropolitan Cathedral, Monument to Independence, Frida Kahlo Museum, Palace of Fine Arts, Plaza de la Constitución, Garibaldi Plaza, and more. The stops are subject to change, so it is recommended to check them at the time of booking.
Each tour is different, but in general, they will have a duration of between 1hr and 2hrs. Make sure to check the specific tour for timings.
Bus tours will run at different times of the day, especially if you have booked admission or skip-the-line tickets to the attractions. Make sure to check the tour details for full details on timings.
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