Duration: 3 Hours
Location: Takes place in the Condesa neighborhood and starts near Parque México.
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This tour requires a minimum of 2 people.
Children under 5 years old are welcome at no charge.
All sales are final and non-refundable.
Vegan diets cannot be accommodated.
This tour requires a booking minimum of 2 people.
Our tour route is a flat 1.85 miles and suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels.
Experiences run daily at 12 PM.
Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes, as well as sunscreen or umbrella.
The combined food tastings provide enough for a substantial lunch.
Vegetarian diets can be accommodated. Vegan diets cannot be accommodated.
Small group tour. Contact us if your group is larger than 8 people.
Sales are 100% non-refundable unless Ticket Guardian cancellation insurance is purchased.
Your guided walking food tour in Mexico City’s Condesa neighborhood will begin near Parque México. From there, your guide will navigate you through the leafy tree-lined streets of Condesa like a local on a 3 hour food tour journey that will delight you with blue corn quesadillas, barbacoa (weekends only), three dessert stops and of course tasty tacos – Mexico’s most emblematic street food. You will experience the stunning beauty of Parque México and Parque España, two of the city’s most exemplary green spaces.
You will experience interactions with friendly local vendors while supporting their local businesses and learning about Mexico’s food history and culture, as well as the history of the Condesa neighborhood. Your guide will offer a suggested portion size at each stop but you are welcome to eat as much as you like. By the end of your 3 hour culinary journey you will have enjoyed the equivalent of a substantial lunch. The ticket price includes all food and drink tastings, as well as tips for taquería and shop staff. Do not eat breakfast or you will not have room to try everything!
Between tastings, the eclectic Condesa neighborhood’s history will reveal itself through the beauty of its streets. This tour will leave you feeling more connected to the neighborhood, while your local guide will give you recommendations to continue exploring on your own with confidence. Don’t miss this fun and delicious food tour in the brilliant Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City, and of course…
Meeting point is at Amsterdam 135 in front of Tacos Hola. Your guide will meet you there. After covering 1.85 miles the tour will end on Calle Ozuluama, within two blocks of where is starts.Get Directions
All tickets must be purchased from this website or by calling our ticketing partner, EzTix at the number on the website using Visa, MasterCard or AMEX.
By booking in advance you will increase the chances of getting the number of tickets, the date and the time desired. Walk-ups with cash will not be accepted.
The tour is held rain or shine. Please check the weather forecast in advance and dress appropriately. Please bring an umbrella, weather permitting. Tickets will not be refunded due to bad weather.
Children are welcome on our Taste of Condesa and on our other experiences as part of a private tour. However, the tours will last 3 – 4+ hours with lots of standing and walking so please keep this in mind. Parents must decide whether the tour is appropriate for their child.
Top Chef Culinary Adventure: Yes, we can accommodate vegetarian (not vegan) diets on this experience.
Centro Histórico Bites & Sights: This tour does not have vegetarian options so is not appropriate for those who follow vegetarian or vegan diets.
Taste of Condesa: Yes, we can accommodate vegetarian (not vegan) diets on this experience.
Mexico City Nights, Bites & Sips: Yes, we can accommodate vegetarian (not vegan) diets on this experience.
You should wear comfortable shoes and bring a camera, sunscreen and an umbrella, weather permitting. An extra layer of clothing is recommended for cooler days. Most importantly, bring an appetite!
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Melanie Jhala, Google
"As a vegetarian, I was catered to very well. I was able to taste a variety of sweet and savory goodies...What I liked best was learning that many of these meat-centric restaurants...had delicious vegetarian options, which I never would have known otherwise..."