Travel to Mexico City: Tacos, Mezcal, Mariachis ¡Vamos!

Trip Highlights

Travel To Mexico City

San Angel Street Festival

Imagine the entire community coming together to celebrate NYE with street food, mariachi tunes and fireworks. You’ll party like a local in streets filled with families on this festive night.

Markets And Live Music

Various plazas in and around the city come alive with live music and street performers. Farmers’ markets sell food and spicy treats from all over Mexico.

Pyramids And Volcanoes

There are two ways you can visit the Teotihuacan pyramids – riding in a hot air balloon or climbing them. For a challenging day-hike, trek the scenic Iztaccihuatl volcano when you travel to Mexico City.

A Trajinera Ride

You’ll kick back with cold micheladas and gooey quesadillas to the sound of mariachi music as you’re carried down the river on a gondola-like boat, a trajinera.

$1000

8 days / 7 nights

Travel Dates TBA

What’s Included In Your Trip?*

Accommodation

You’ll have a private room with WiFi in Condesa, a safe and central area near restaurants, bars and coffee shops. You’ll share the apartment with 2 or 3 group members. Check out pictures here.

Airport Transfers

We’ll pick you up anytime between 7am and 6pm, and check you into your apartment. Look out for our banners and welcome signs. If you land after 6pm, we’ll arrange for your safe arrival to the apartment.

Immersive Experiences

You’ll hang out in local hotspots, spend your Sunday like a Mexican family on the trajineras,  and take a cooking class with a native chef. Our guides pull you into the local culture and show you the city through a Mexican lens.

The Community

Every element of our trip is hand-crafted, including the travel community. We ensure our groups consist of like-minded professionals with similar values and we foster engagement with the local community.

The OOO Club Team Travels With You

From welcoming you at the airport to organizing local experiences. We’re here. We’ll let you know where to find the best late night grub, 24 hr convenience stores or let you in on our best kept Mexico City secrets.

*Flights, food, drinks, tips, and additional excursions/transportations are not included.

Meet Your Experience Lead in Mexico City

Tanaya D.
Based in San Francisco, Tanaya loves exploring the in’s & out’s of every city. As soon as those airplane wheels hit the ground, she is ready to rock & roll.
@tdebdeb

A Sample 7-day Itinerary in Mexico City

Day 1: Your arrival is followed by a first-night social and welcome event

Day 2: Cheer on masked wrestlers rumbling lucha libre style

Day 3: Climb the pyramids of Teotihuacán and catch a hot air balloon ride

Day 4: Free day! Museums, bar hopping, a city tour, or a volcano hike

Day 5: Meet local musicians and dance at a private music performance

Day 6: Learn traditional salsa recipes from scratch at a local chef’s house

Day 7: A farewell boat ride with tacos, mariachi music and cold micheladas

Day 8: Departure

*All events are optional

Meet Your Experience Lead in Mexico City

Tanaya D.
Based in San Francisco, Tanaya loves exploring the in’s & out’s of every city. As soon as those airplane wheels hit the ground, she is ready to rock & roll.
@tdebdeb

A Sample 7-day Itinerary in Mexico City

Day 1: Your arrival is followed by a first-night social and welcome event

Day 2: Cheer on masked wrestlers rumbling lucha libre style

Day 3: Climb the pyramids of Teotihuacán and catch a hot air balloon ride

Day 4: Free day! Museums, bar hopping, a city tour, or a volcano hike

Day 5: Meet local musicians and dance at a private music performance

Day 6: Learn traditional salsa recipes from scratch at a local chef’s house

Day 7: A farewell boat ride with tacos, mariachi music and cold micheladas

Day 8: Departure

*All events are optional

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Trip Reviews

DannyOOO in Mexico City

A great experience overall, Mexico City is always an amazing place. But meeting the people on this trip that I can now call friends was the best part. In just a few short days I felt like I’d known them for years, and knowing a few more people in this world, makes the world seem a smaller place.

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Mexico City Has More To Love

Travel To Mexico City

Tacos Are A Staple Diet…

…and a pivotal daily activity. Stick to the basics with bistec, pork and fish. Or get adventurous and go for the beef tongue. 

Wash them down with Mezcal, just like the chilangos (locals).

Quirky Culture

It’s not unusual to see a pet pig, taste spicy candy or find yourself screaming your lungs out to support a masked “wrestler” at Lucha Libre. 

Mexico City is homey amongst the colorful, bustling streets.

Historic To Modern Art

Where the past is worn as a badge of honor, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera’s presence penetrates the modern art scene. 

You can get lost in museums preserving the Aztec and Mayan age. Or surround yourself with history as told through murals.

Diversity In Neighborhoods

You’ll stay in the “it” neighborhoods, Roma and Condesa. The galleries, cafes, restaurants and bars are the perfect backdrop for discussing anything from the revolution to digital expat life. 

Take in the vast square, museums and national monuments in the heart of Mexico City, Zocalo.

Mexico City Has More To Love

Travel To Mexico City

Tacos Are A Staple Diet…

…and a pivotal daily activity. Stick to the basics with bistec, pork and fish. Or get adventurous and go for the beef tongue. 

Wash them down with Mezcal, just like the chilangos (locals).

Quirky Culture

It’s not unusual to see a pet pig, taste spicy candy or find yourself screaming your lungs out to support a masked “wrestler” at Lucha Libre. 

Mexico City is homey amongst the colorful, bustling streets.

Historic To Modern Art

Where the past is worn as a badge of honor, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera’s presence penetrates the modern art scene. 

You can get lost in museums preserving the Aztec and Mayan age. Or surround yourself with history as told through murals.

Diversity In Neighborhoods

You’ll stay in the “it” neighborhoods, Roma and Condesa. The galleries, cafes, restaurants and bars are the perfect backdrop for discussing anything from the revolution to digital expat life. 

Take in the vast square, museums and national monuments in the heart of Mexico City, Zocalo.

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$1000

8 days / 7 nights

Travel Dates TBA

FAST FACTS

FAQS

IS MEXICO CITY SAFE?

We only pick cities that we’ve traveled to and feel safe in. Condesa, Roma and Juarez, the areas where you stay and hang out, are very walkable and safe neighborhoods. 

You can easily take Ubers at night, but like any city in the world, you should practice general safety measures while traveling.

WILL I HAVE WIFI?

Yes, all accommodation has WiFi and most U.S. SIM cards also work locally, depending on your data plan.

HOW CAN I GET AROUND MEXICO CITY?

Condesa, Roma and Juarez are close by and walkable. To go downtown, Ubers are cheap and easy to get.

ARE THERE COWORKING SPACES AND COOL COFFEE SHOPS I CAN WORK AT?

There are plenty of hipster coffee shops in Mexico City. If you want to focus on work and take meetings, we can help you find coworking spaces nearby.

IS STREET FOOD AND DRINKING WATER SAFE?

Most street food is delicious and clean, but all stomachs have a different tolerance. We let you decide how daring you’d like to be with your food. 

We recommend drinking only bottled water in the city.

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