This is a walking tour that offers the most complete scene in terms of typical eats of Mexicans in CDMX. It is located close to a central hotel area, the financial district, the most beautiful boulevard "Reforma" and close to some of the Mexico City obligated visit points as well. The experience is native to Mexico City, however there will be food from different corners of the country side. I have researched a lot of places so we can go to the most hidden best. Go safely to places not designed for tourist, eat what Mexicans eat, and learn how meals are prepared and where do they come from. From fresh fruit made juices to Mexican coffee stopping by markets and street stalls for bites as you gaze at the delightful sights provided by Reforma.
Tacos and market bites.
Fruit juice, Mexican beans coffee.
Reforma is the avenue where the financial district is located. On both sides of the boulevard we have Juarez and Cuauhtemoc neighborhoods where we will stop in a few small local restaurantes and street food stalls that are colorful, vibrant in aromas and super tasty in flavors. Always with a nice group of locals pouring hot sauce to their dishes. Reforma has a landscape that includes the "Angel of Independence" and city skyscrapers.
Comfortable clothes and footwear.
Please be prepared for a good walk, we will be standing in some stops and sitting in others. Also we can have a moment to sit right on Reforma if needed. Flexible for vegetarian preferences.
Eat like a Mexican in Chapultepec