Welcome to Roma


The small downtown dates to 1751 and you can still get a real sense of the past along a couple of blocks of Convent St. Historical plaques add context, and the National Park Service has prepared a fantastic background on the town's cultural relevance (search on 'Roma Heritage' at www.nps.gov).

For bird lovers, the Roma Bluffs observation deck is right downtown and overlooks 3 acres of lush nature preserve along the banks of the Rio Grande.


Top experiences in Roma

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Roma activities

$54 Walking & Biking Tours

Mexico City Bike and Gastronomy Tour

Your tour starts at Parque Mexico in La Condesa neighborhood. Meet your guide and receive a safety briefing and all necessary equipment. Then, set on your bike to explore the culinary scene in Mexico City. You'll first bike through Condesa and learn about its history and food and bar scene. You'll then visit the Museum of Chocolate and enjoy some delicious sweets. Continue the tour to Alameda Central where you'll visit the Palace of Fine Arts and Zocalo. During the ride, your guide will provide commentary of the places you are seeing and the history of the city. The tour then heads to San Juan Market where you'll find all types of Mexican delicacies and food including ingredients used to prepare the most famous Mexican dishes. Here, you'll be able to sample delicious seafood. From there, you'll ride back to Parque Mexico biking through the bar and restaurant area of Roma neighborhood. You'll have a box lunch or snack before ending the tour at the meeting point.

$68 Private & Custom Tours

Private Tour Puebla and Cholula

As a private tour, it can be adjusted to your preferences, the guide is not using a identical formula for all travelers,  with a small group the guide will attend your priorities, tastes, or topics of interest. Recommended itinerary: Departure 8:00 a.m. Reach "Cholula" Pueblo Magico 10:00 a.m. Visit the archaeological site, Local Market Square and Santa Maria Tonanzintla Church 9:15 to 13:30 am. Puebla arrival 13:50 Lunch 13:50 to 15:00 Visit Cathedral and the Government Palace 15:00 to 16:00 Complemetarias activities 16:00 to 17:30 Plaza "El Parian" Amparo museum Rosario chapel The Artist neighborhood Museum "La Casa Del Alfeñique" Return to Mexico City 17:30 to 19:30 The cost includes a pickup at your hotel if is located on this neighborhoods: Polanco, Roma, Condesa, Juarez, Reforma Av. or Centro Histórico. You will have a friendly and professional guide (not some one with  memorized speech), your guide will move you away from tourist traps (you don't visit vendors unless you request it) and will keep focus on providing the best of experiences, fully adapting the tour to your preferences.

$75 Private & Custom Tours

Private Tour Cuernavaca and Taxco

As a private tour, it can be adjusted to your preferences, the guide is not using a identical formula for all travelers,  with a small group the guide will attend your priorities, tastes, or topics of interest.  Taxco is a charming city, full of old and stately houses, with cobbled streets and suggestive alleys, visitors to all of the above, arrive to pleasant squares of small size and great charm. Do not forget that, due to its beauty, natural resourses, tourist infrastructure and old traditions, Taxco has the title of "magic town".Recommended itinerary: Departure 8:00 Visit to Cuernavaca’s Cathedral 9:30 - 10:30 Optional activity: 10:30 - 12:00 Borda Garden, Brady Museum or Cortes Palace Taxco trip 12:00 - 13:45 Lunch 13:45 - 14:00 Visit Santa Prisca Church 15:00 - 15:30 Optional activity: 15:30 - 17:30 Visit the silver and craft market, visit a prehispanic mine, visit Borda House or ride on a scenic cable car.. Return to Mexico City 17:30 - 20:00 The cost includes a pickup at your hotel if is located on this neighborhoods: Polanco, Roma, Condesa, Juarez, Reforma Av. or Centro Histórico. You will have a friendly and professional guide (not some one with  memorized speech), your guide will move you away from tourist traps (we don't visit vendors unless you request it) and will keep focus on providing the best of experiences, fully adapting the tour to your preferences.

$75 Private & Custom Tours

Mexico City Street Art Private Tour

Being one of the most renowned cultural hubs in Mexico City, Roma-Condesa is the place where foodies, art enthusiasts, and creatives are magnetically drawn to. On this 3-hour walking tour, we will immerse you in the history and culture of the hippest neighborhoods in the whole city.Your local guide will escort you through secret alleys, away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist trail, where the street art scene has flourished in recent years. Later, we’ll meet with the crew of the internationally acclaimed Street Art Chilango, who will be guiding us through the details and history of the local scene.This is far from a show and tell type of tour. You’ll have the opportunity to get amongst the action in the studio and try your hand with a spray can too! Heck, maybe we’ll even be able to leave a little bit of a mark in an ongoing mural.Your guide will explain the rich history of this “magical” neighborhood, taking you back in time to a time where Condesa was known for its horse racing track. Get to know the stories behind the famous Witches House, take a glimpse into small-town Mexico at Plaza Romita, and explore some of the most picturesque streets in the whole city.While we reflect on the devastation this area experienced in Mexico City’s 1985 and 2017 earthquakes, you’ll hear stories of resilience, determination, and regeneration.Take a stroll through the iconic Parque Mexico while we enjoy the most traditional churros in town.

$54 Cultural & Theme Tours

Mexico City Graffiti and Urban Art Bike Tour

Your tour starts at Parque Mexico in La Condesa neighborhood. Meet your guide and receive a safety briefing and all necessary equipment. Then, set on your bike to explore the art scene in Mexico City. You'll first bike through Condesa and learn about its history , art and architecture scene. You'll then visit the roma  neighborhood where you will find excellents wall paints and perfect spots for your pics . Continue the tour to doctores neighborhood where you'll visit the "antique toy museum". During the ride, your guide will provide commentary of the places you are seeing and some curious facts of the city. From there, you'll ride back to Parque Mexico biking through the bar and restaurant area of Roma neighborhood. You'll have a box lunch or snack before ending the tour at the meeting point.