Duration : 4-5 hours
Value: 90 USD per person

Amusing Lucha Libre

What to expect

Mexican wrestling, otherwise known as the lucha libre, is a highly traditional form of light entertainment masquerading as a ‘sport’ and bedecked in inhuman quantities of spandex and sequins. You’ll probably be familiar with at least the look of the lucha libre through pop culture references; think Jack Black’s Nacho Libre (2006). 

Highlights
  • Get around with a passionate and knowledgeable guide ( this is suce a local and popular show that it is better to go with someone who knows their way)

  • Taste real traditional Mexican chocolate, like the aztecs used to make

  • Understand the cultural importance while having fun

  • Know the roules 

Itinerary
  1. Start the tour at Plaza Río de Janeiro

  2. ​See the Brujas Building

  3. Walk to Álvar Obregón Avenue to see what the streets used to look like

  4. Check Out Casa Lamm

  5. Get to see one of the only two 100% Art Nouveau houses in the city

  6. Churros with hot chocolate

  7. Walk through the Mexico and España Parks

  8. Visit Guillermo de Tovar y de Teresa’s magnificent eclictic house

We include
  • Experienced Local Expert

  • Entrance fees

  • Water and snacks

  • Hot Chocolate or Cocoa drink and Churros


 

  • Transportation ( We can pick you up and drop you off wherever you want)

You will need
  • Comfortable shoes

  • Sunglasses

  • Small denomination bills for souvenirs

  • Umbrella or raincoat during rainy season (Aug-Sept)