Mexico City – 72 hours in style, Food & Drinks

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Day 1:  Mexico City for 3 night
Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel
Accommodation, breakfast & taxes included at Hotel La Valise****
Located in Mexico City’s trendy Roma Norte district, La Valise offers stylish suites with free WiFi and free international calls. The upmarket bars and restaurants around Plaza Cibeles are just 5-minute walk away.
Each suite is individually decorated and has air conditioning, a coffee machine and a flat-screen TV. All suites have a modern bathroom with a bath or shower, and some feature a seating area or a terrace.
You can request room service between 07:00 and 22:00 from Rosetta, one of the San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants. There is also a concierge who is always on hand to make your stay more comfortable.
The lively Zona Rosa neighbourhood, Reforma Avenue and the Angel of Independence are all within a 15-minute walk of La Valise. Insurgentes Metro Station is just 600 m from the property.

Private Taco & Mezcal Evening tour
Mexico City is the best place for tacos in the world. There are tacos everywhere! The finest taquerías are open at night, and we know just where to take you. Indulge in traditional and contemporary tacos, beer, and mezcal.
Our local taco lover takes you to eat and drink at four classic taquerías, from established places to street stalls and modern locations. Enjoy the delightful variety of tacos that Mexico City has to offer. Round out the night at the first mezcal bar in the city, where our experts guide you through the flavors of this ancient elixir with two different kinds of mezcal and one cocktail.
Savor the smoky, sweet, and herbal flavors of mezcales. Learn about the cultural and gastronomic heritage of this delicious pre-Hispanic spirit, while visiting La Botica, Mexico City’s first mezcal bar.
We drive you around four fascinating neighborhoods: Condesa, Colonia Roma, San Rafael, and Anzures, while you hear amusing stories, discover emblematic places, and admire Mexico City’s night lights.

Day 2:
Private Roma Foodie Tour
Some staples of Mexican cuisine, such as tortillas and mole, have become famous the world over, while delicacies like huitlacoche or escamoles can only be fully enjoyed within the borders of Mexico itself. On this 3-hour tasting tour through Roma neighborhood with a food expert, we’ll learn the stories behind these famous food staples while discovering the hidden culinary treats.
Our expert will lay the foundation of the culinary exploration with a brief explanation of the neighborhood of Roma itself, a close knit community of entrepreneurial businesses and creative restaurants. Nearby we’ll find our first stop where we will focus on the basis of the Mexican diet: corn. We’ll learn its pre-Colombian history and taste some of the best corn dishes that Mexico City has to offer. From there, we may turn our focus to foods brought by the Spanish in the 1500’s, such as pork, dairy, wheat, and almonds, as we taste how these basic ingredients have been adapted through the centuries in the New World.
We’ll then take a pleasant stroll through the neighborhood as we continue our discussion on how Mexico’s history has influenced the food we eat today. Depending on the conversation, the group’s interests and operating hours of the neighborhood venues, we may head to a restaurant specializing in a particular regional dish, or we may prefer a look at the latest food trends with tastings of Mexican fusion. 
After satiating both our minds and bellies with savory stories and dishes, we’ll then conclude our experience on a sweet note of perhaps churros and hot chocolate or ice cream with novel flavors of local fruits. Here our experts will be sure to pass on their best recommendations of must-try restaurants for dining on your own afterwards.
At the conclusion of this tasty adventure, we’ll have reviewed both the origins of Mexican cuisine and lesser-known realms of regional and/or cutting-edge fusion dishes. The Roma food tour will be a fantastic educational and experiential basis from which you may enjoy the rest of your meals in Mexico City.

Afternoon at leisure to visit the El Museo Nacional de Antropología, or the National Museum of Anthropology, is recognized as one of the most important museums safeguarding the legacy of indigenous Mexico and contains some of the country’s most vital artifacts like the magnificent Stone of the Sun (perhaps better known as the Aztec calendar stone). 

Dinner reservation at Dulce Patria
Discover a fresh, modern take on classic Mexican fare at Dulce Patria. This contemporary eatery reinvents traditional favorites with fresh, flavorful ingredients and world-famous presentations. The menu includes everything appetizers, like tamales and quesedillas and ceviches and taquitos, to exquisite entrees and decadent desserts. Dulce Patria’s ambience and service rival the cusine, making every meal memorable.

Day 3:
Private Tour to Xochimilco Coyoacán with market and Frida Kahlo Museum with skip the line tickets
Discover the fascinating history and rich culture of Xochimilco, the floating flower gardens which are the last vestige of the ancient Aztec’s agricultural system of canals known as “chinampas”. Experience a wonderful experience for the senses as visit the vibrant market of Xochimilco, feast on pre-hispanic cuisine and float along the flower-perfumed canals aboard a brilliantly colourful “tajinera”, the traditional flat-bottomed gondolas of the waterways or kayak. Discover the ancient heritage of the city as you explore the last of the five lakes which the city was once built upon, stealing a glimpse into the world of Tenochtitlán, and seeing for yourself why this cultural landscape was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But go beyond what most visitors see and discover a grassroots community project where locals are protecting their cultural heritage and an endangered native species, explore the local barrio and try authentic local food and drinks in the market.     
Then your guide will lead you to Coyoacán.  You will explore the tree-lined streets and admire the colorful, heavy brick architecture.   Discover the bohemian side of Mexico City.   This colourful neighbourhood seems immune to the passing of time; artists, writers, poets, film directors, actors, and intellectuals from all periods could not resist its unique charm. Walk around this peaceful area filled with tradition and voices which sound today as echoes of yesterday.
See gorgeous 16th century churches like the church of St. John The Baptist, a symbol of the beautiful Novohispanic Baroque style. 
For lunch, your guide will take you inside Mercado Coyoacán where you will enjoy a meal at an authentic Mexican market.
You’ll then visit the house of Frida Kahlo or the Blue House ( La Casa Azul) which is now a museum, where her paintings and personal belongings are being exhibited. Likewise, you’ll get to know the Mexican craft bazaar, mercado de antojitos.  Fast track included

Dinner reservation at Restaurant Pujol
Pujol is a Mexican restaurant named by Wall Street Journal as the best in Mexico City. The restaurant is run by chef Enrique Olvera, who trained at the Culinary Institute of America.

Day 4:
Private transfer from hotel to Mexico City airport



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