Garibaldi Night Tour

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Garibaldi Night Tour information and booking

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$54
Duration
3 hours
Departs from
Tour departs from your Mexico City hotel
Returns to
Returns to original departure point
Time of departure
9:00pm
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Tour description provided by Viator

See the vibrant Mexico City streets at night on this unique Garibaldi night tour! Visit the Zocalo (main square) to admire its illuminated monuments and continue to the famous Plaza Garibaldi, the meeting place of the mariachis. Experience the culture of Mexico City with live music, dancing and a traditional cockfight.

Your guided tour begins with a visit to the Zocalo, the main plaza located in the heart of Mexico City. The Zocalo is one of the largest city squares in the world and is bordered by the Cathedral to the north and the National Palace to the east. You will see both monuments lit up on your night tour. The Zocalo is just one of many astonishing spots in Mexico City.

Continue to Plaza Garibaldi, a meeting place of the most famous Mexican musicians, the mariachis. You'll visit a restaurant in Plaza Garibaldi for a classic Mexican show to learn about the folklore and traditions of Mexico. While here, you'll see a short cockfight, recognized as an ancient form of entertainment in Mexico. Listen to the live music, enjoy your complimentary drink and dance the night away.

Note: Be aware that the classic style of cockfighting practiced in Mexico ends with the killing of one of the roosters. Cockfighting is legal in Mexico and yet has been heavily debated both locally and internationally. It is considered a blood sport by its opponents, but its followers believe it to be a cultural tradition in Mexico. We are sensitive to the issues surrounding cockfighting and recognize that this tour is not suitable for everyone.

What's included

  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Entrance to the mexican-style show
  • Complimentary drink

What isn't included

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Meals and extra beverages