FLEXI MEXI CITY TOUR | PRIVATE GUIDE & DRIVER
(THE BEST THINGS TO SEE & DO IN MEXICO CITY)

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We call this tour the Flexi-Mexi because it is your ticket to the best of Mexico City's authentic culture and history - with a100% flexible itinerary. Your tour comes complete with your very own bilingual guide & private luxury transport. 

We help you plan a great day out, according to your personal interests & wishes. And then we make it happen.

With a Flexi Mexi, you can relax knowing you're making the most of your precious time, and that we have all those tiny little details already sorted!

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Mexico City is a megalopolis.  The metro area has 9.4 million cars & 8.9 million people.  So naturally enough, it can get a little complicated. Few people truly understand this, until they get here, and then their jaw drops!  
Or they start sweating....

We know Mexico City REALLY well. 

Our job is to help create a magic day out for you based on YOUR wishlist &  personal interests.  So that you see very best highlights of the city in the most relaxing, entertaining way possible. 




My husband and I did two tours with this company while on our 5 day trip in Mexico City. We did an 8 hour flexi tour of the city with Santiago. He was very knowledgeable about Mexico’s history and was a pleasure to spend the day with. We did so much in one day and he really tried to maximize our time and see as much of the City as possible on our short trip!....We left Mexico City feeling like we really got to know the heart, soul, and history of the city. Thank you Santiago and Javier for making our experience memorable!

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A private tour means there are no language problems, no maps, no taxis, no cookie-cutter speeches, and no 'holding up the group'.  Your tour time is tailored to you & professionally curated by our local team.  


Mexican muralists, Aztec treasures, traditional markets, Mariachi singers, the Conquistadors, Luis Barragan. There are no limits - apart from space and time!



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Javier was most knowledgeable and provided us with the history of the areas we visited as well as introducing us to sights, sounds and tastes of modern life in Mexico City. The tour was a delightful introduction to Mexico City by someone who clearly knows and loves the city.

 MEET YOUR MEXICO CITY EXPERTS

Our cultural & historic guides are licensed. They love their jobs & are proud to have hosted international visitors to Mexico City for 15 years plus each. There's very little in this city that they haven't seen or don't know about!

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Javier has over twenty years experience as a professional cultural & historic guide. He is up-to-date on new research & discoveries.

Javier Tapia is our Head of Transport and Cultural Tours. Javier is a professional licensed guide (officially authorised by the Mexican Government) and has been working as a tour guide in his hometown of Mexico City for over 20 years. He has a really great attitude, his tours always have great flow and he is highly respected in the tour community as the Treasurer of the Tourist Guides Union.

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Javier and clients pause for Mexican style hot chocolate.

When Javier is not on tour, he is found out walking his six (!) dogs, or going for a country cruise on one of his luxury Harley Davidsons (yes, like most of our flexi guide team, he collects them!)

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Cesar has been working as a licensed guide since 2002. He is the master of making every tour flow smoothly.


César Tapia is Javier Tapia's younger brother. César has been working as a professional licensed guide (officially authorized by the Mexican Government) alongside Javier since 2002.

César is best known for his great sense of humour, his readiness to adapt to any situation, and his deep passion for Mexican history. When he is not on the job, he loves to take his dog for a walk and, like Javier, he has a definite soft spot for taking his cruiser motorbikes for a spin in the country.

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Our guides love their city, but they are not in love with the sound of their own voices!

They know the priority is the flow and feel of the day, so they ADAPT the amount & style of content to YOU.


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Santiago Junior is open-minded and flexible so your day goes the way YOU want it to.



Santiago Jnr learned the ropes from his dad, Santiago Guerrero SNR (who also works with us). And frankly there is no better person in the world he could have learned from! Santiago Jnr has over 25 years experience as a guide. He specializes in pre-hispanic and colonial history and is adored by our visitors who have toured with him. 

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Our visitors love Santiago SNR for his winning combo of sharp intelligence and accommodating personality



Santiago is our oldest and most experienced guide. Don't let his age fool you. He has the physical and mental stamina of the Energizer bunny. Not that he has anything to prove. If you want get take your time to get more in-depth into local history, or you are travelling with a family that takes things slowly, Santiago adjusts to you. Santiago loves meeting new people and he loves his city, so being a guide is the perfect job for him. It's just as well he discovered that so early on in life. We think it's kept him in great shape!

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Carlos never stops hunting for new & lesser known facts about Mexican history. He's up-to-date and active.



As an official licensed guide, Carlos has over 30 years experience providing tours for the St Regis, Hyatt Regency and the Four Seasons. Another history buff and collector of strange and interesting facts, he never stops researching new findings in the city or exploring new options for his return clients.. You should also ask him how many Harleys he owns. Or maybe ask him about where he took David Bowie.....

Take it from us as insiders, a personal guide & private driver is the most fun, stress-free way to enjoy this city.


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We were thoroughly impressed with Cesar's knowledge of Mexican politics, history, and art. He really enriched our visit to Mexico City.

PRICES

We do not  include museum tickets in this tour price, so that you have maximum choice and flexibility with your itinerary. We would not dream of automatically charging you for attractions that you may, or may not, want to go to.

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SIX HOUR TOUR 

Total for 1 - 4 person group = US$353
Total for 5 - 6 person group = US$459
Total for 8 -11 person group = US$537


Prices are in US Dollars & don't include tax.

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EIGHT HOUR TOUR

Total for 1 - 4 person group = US$444
 Total for 5 - 7 person group = US$547
Total for 8 -11 person group = US$637


Prices are in US Dollars & don't include tax.

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**We recommend contacting your bank BEFORE trying to book. Overseas banks frequently have a block or high alert for any payments linked to Mexico.

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We booked an 8 hour Flexi-Mexi Tour and a driver with a wheelchair accessible vehicle to get around on our tour, and it was a blast.  No issues getting around in my manual wheelchair, and even no issues getting on and off the boats at Xochimilco with plenty of guys willing to help lift me down to the boat and back. Javier was great and very knowledgeable. TOTALLY worth it!

 YOUR ITINERARY:  HOW IT WORKS 

We plan your tour with you before the tour date. If on the day you change your mind about something, however, it's not a problem. Your guide will simply adjust the program, according to your wishes. The only thing they can't do is squeeze you into museum that's already sold out, or a place that is shut!

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There are so many things to do in Mexico City! Our job is to help you make great choices based on your interests and prior knowledge. Guided by your input, we create a tour program for you that is logistically achievable, emotionally compelling, & has a balance of the best elements of the city. 

During the booking process, you receive a short online questionnaire that allows you to identify if it's your first time in Mexico City, if you have a wishlist, or if there are places you DON'T want to go to and if there are special mobility or family needs.

After you book, we email you a sample tour itinerary and invite you to send us your feedback.  We then alter the itinerary according to your input and send it back to you for your approval/further input. We like to be proactive and tell you about options you may not have thought about but you always get the ultimate say, of course!

     MORE  ITINERARY TIPS BELOW...

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If your wishlist has too many items in it, or is not logistically/geographically achievable,  our job is to  let you know what can be done with the tour time you have, and/or to help you prioritize your options according to the layout of the city, what's most important to you, or the amount of days you have on holiday. For instance, if there are things on your list, that we are positive you will successfully enjoy on your own (without a guide), then we will let you know.

It is very common that visitors have both must-see, non-negotiables on the list , as well as less important, non-essential items. So part of itinerary-refining process is to encourage you and your travel party to work out which is which. We don't make those decisions for you. (Unless you ask us because you hate all forms of responsibility at any time!)

     MORE  ITINERARY TIPS BELOW.....


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The day was extremely well constructed around what we wanted, so I have no hesitation recommending StylewalkMX.

FLEXI MEXI SAMPLE ITINERARIES 

After reading your wishlist (and list of no-nos), we send you a sample itinerary so that we can get your feedback and make adjustments. Our role in the working document of your itinerary is not just to make suggestions. It is also to factor in city logistics, peak hour traffic, and geography.


The preliminary sample itinerary we send you is really just a starting point for everyone involved.  It helps you get an idea of what is possible with the tour duration you have booked, and it's also great way to start a meaningful dialogue. But absolutely nothing is set-in stone from the outset. And your feedback helps us understand what makes you tick, what's stimulating for you, the vibe you prefer...

We go on to develop your itinerary, according your interests. For instance, some people want to see museums, others want to avoid them. Some people want to go  souvenir shopping, but wouldn't do it on their own. Others are obsessed with Frida Kahlo and others have already been there and done that.

In addition, we like to think about the overall balance of itinerary elements,, including counterpoints such as heavy going history vs lightweight culture & fun, breaks & food, vs  walking vs travel time in the car.

Travel smoothly and safely to only the places that interest you.
Learn about modern life in Mexico City and hear a few crazy anecdotes on the way.


I recently traveled to Mexico City for business and had an extra day to explore the city. I wanted to maximize my day and decided on a 6-hour personal tour with StylewalkMX. What I found most appealing was the customization and vibe, which seemed like a good fit for someone like me who wanted to see the major sights, get a feel for the rich culture, and just as important, eating & shopping!  It was definitely worth it in my opinion - I was able to customize what I wanted to see, there was a private driver, escorted walking tours, and get access to restaurants/galleries that are hard to get.

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WHAT ABOUT SKIP THE QUEUE TICKETS?

We don't have special handshakes with Casa Azul. If they are sold, they are sold out. Full stop. BUT if they have availability, yes we can and will help you!

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If you have an item on your tour wishlist that is is really important for you to see, or that is difficult to get into (such as the Frida Kahlo Casa Azul Museum) or the last architectural work of Luis Barragan, Casa Gilardi,  we ask you to send us a direct payment for those tickets, so we can go ahead and  secure them for you ahead of time.
Then, on the day of the tour, the guide arrives with the tickets already on their person,  ready to go.
Pre-payment for musuems or venues that are in high-demand indicates to us that it is a non-negotiable for you and that we need to LOCK it in, wherever we can fit it. It also leaves nothing  to chance, which is what we prefer.

If we are unable to get an advance ticket for you, because they are sold out or no longer available, then we refund you the ticket money via the same credit card that you paid us with.

For all other musuem tickets or entry fees, boat rides, mariachi songs etc, ( ie attractions that are not do with Frida Kahlo or Luis Barragan!) we ask you to bring cash on the day and to pay for these in person. This payment system means if you are suddenly tired that day, or you are really enthused about something and want to stay on at one site over another, the guide can change the itinerary. You won't  feel obliged to go to YY or ZZ because of the 'mental pressure' of not wanting to waste money!

If you don't want us to get your tickets for you, it is totally ok to get your own tickets via your own means. We respect whichever is the best option for you. We simply make a booking note for your guide, that indicates you have said you want to include place YY in your itinerary, but that YOU are in charge of the tickets. That way the guide is kept up-to-date on your plans and feedback too.

The same goes for restaurant reservations. This is the only tour, in which we will help you make a restaurant booking for you so that it syncs properly with your itinerary for the day. We don't have VIP access to special tables or dining areas however, so if a certain place is booked out, then we would need to choose a different dining option.

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With a secure private guide & chauffeur, venturing out doesn't get any easier.


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Javier was everything we could have wanted in a guide.

AM I ALLOWED TO GO SHOPPING ON THIS EXCURSION?

No judgements here! Shopping is as cultural an activity as any other. If you want to dive straight into the markets,  or youre looking a special souvenir, that is a totally fine by us! 


Let us know beforehand if there is a special item you are hunting for, or craft genre  (wooden, metal, pottery, textiles etc) , so we can plan a suitable destination in your itinerary.
If you think of something on the day, just tell your guide! They are happy to help barter on your behalf, explain the meaning or use of something, take you treasure hunting, or to simply translate.

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Traditional food and craft markets make great lightweight itinerary options.


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Great guides, super knowledgable, super flexible, and just great company. We are a family of 4 (two sons ages 10 and 14) and everybody ended the day happy, educated, and grateful. I'd highly recommend this company!


SEEING THE ZOCALO MEXICO CITY: YES, NO, OR MAYBE?

  If you can't squeeze our 5 Hour Must -See Centro Histórico tour into your stay, then yes, add Centro as an item to your Flexi Mexi program. We think a snapshot is better than missing it entirely!

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The Zocalo includes sites such as the Rivera murals at the National Palace, the UNESCO Templo Mayor, and the Cathedral.
 It is the biggest plaza in Latin America.


There is a high concentration of pre-hispanic & colonial treasures in the Zocalo. So many that we have a 5 hour Centro HistóricoTour dedicated to exploring just this area. Why so much time? It is the cultural heartbeat of the city and truly deserves your attention . If you can't squeeze our Centro Histórico tour into your stay, then yes, add Centro as an item to your Flexi Mexi program. We think a snapshot is better than missing it entirely!

If you want to include tour time visiting the famous Zocalo in the Historic City Center, we will be happy to include this in your itinerary. 
(The Diego Rivera murals at the National Palace, the Templo Mayor, the 100 year old Celaya Traditional Candy shop, the Ciudadela Artisan's Market - Centro Historico is a treasure trove.)
BUT....If you've already planned on seeing the Zocalo on your own, don't want to,  or have already booked our 5 hour Must See Centro Highlights tour, then we have a ton of other places for you to discover!
There are no hard and fast rules about what you see during your day. 
We are here to advise as to what is logistically feasible with your 6 or 8 hours, you are not alone!

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 We were in town for the weekend to attend the F1 and I wanted to balance the excesses of that event with an insightful tour that exposed us to the heartbeat of the City. The tour was managed totally at our pace and allowed us to stop for drinks in various street cafe’s/ coffee shops and watch the inhabitants of Mexico City go about their business.The day was extremely well constructed around what we wanted, so I have no hesitation recommending StylewalkMX.

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There are so many wonderful things to see & do in Mexico City!
We use our expertise to co-create a private itinerary for you that is entertaining, informative, & logistically impeccable.


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Interested in seeing Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul House during your tour?


Give us the nod, and we will help you get skip-the-queue tickets.


My friend and I just finished a fabulous four day visit to Mexico City with Stylewalk MX We were there to explore the art and cultural sites of this beautiful city. Javier was our tour guide for three days driving us around in the crazy traffic to the places we had selected. He was fabuloso. His English is perfect and his knowledge of Mexican history impressive. We learned so much about Mexican culture with our conversations each day. He adjusted the tour to our pace and took care of the many details of visiting museums, restaurants, etc. Most of all he made us feel very safe and comfortable during our visit. 

8 HOURS vs 6 HOURS...WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

​The answer is your Meyer Briggs profile. Some people like to see and do more, including eat. Others prefer to be back to freshen up by 4pm.

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Here's the simplified answer to this pertinent question:

People that like to have a nap before heading out for dinner usually prefer a 6hour tour. Visitors that like to maximise their day (and the fact that they are already out with their guide) usually opt for an 8hour tour.
This makes sense too, of course. You've travelled all this way, why not squeeze an extra item onto the program before heading back to the hotel? This is especially true when you realize that Mexico City's geography means you can't do four or five attractions in a day....(unless they are 4 or 5 museums sitting in the same block, and you are a roadrunner style tourist who just wants a photo and a two-line brief!).

The difference between a 6 hour tour and an 8 hour tours is experiencing 2 or 3 sites in the day vs 3 or 4. It's that simple!

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Let's not forget about.....eating!!!


Another very popular reason that people opt for the 8 hour (or 9 or 10 !!) tour, is that they are foodies and at lunch they want to sit down and enjoy the chance to have a really good lunch, in situ, with some of the best food in the world! They think of their day as a whole experience, so they want stimulation, variety and time to relax in between sites. This is NOT wasted time. They experience a different side of Mexico, gastronomically, they get help and advice with ordering food so it is very relaxing, they have a time to watch people and soak up the foreign ambience, and most importantly, they know that allowing time to sit down will help them recharge their batteries for the remaining part of the tour.

Foodies sometimes ask us to have their guide take them to the local traditional food markets so they can sample of the amazing dishes you find at the extremely popular street-style kiosks. This is logistically possible with an eight hour tour, and is a common request for the this longer itinerary.

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An eight hour tour enables you to be guided to the best tried 'n tested taco stalls, stop for a beer, or have a fabulous gourmet lunch at a contemporary MX restaurant.

If you don't want to rest (or eat!), an eight hour tour means you can grab a coffee or freshly squeezed juice to go, and simply see more!


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One final thing to keep in mind is considering what is logistically acheivable in six hours. We usually estimate that your group might fit two attractions into a six hour tour. Depending on how far apart they are. For example, if you want your guide to show you Luis Barragan's Casa Gilardi or Frida Kahlo's house (Casa Azul), straight away you are looking at a time investment of 1.5 hours at each experience.  So if you are you taking a six hour tour, that doesnt leave you a lot of time leftover. Especially when you consider you will need time to drive to those places form your hotel and then onto to other sites as well!

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Caesar was a great tour guide, super knowledgeable about each sight and a good sense of humor.

OVERVIEW OF THE 'YOGIC' FLEXI MEXI TOUR

 Whether you already know what you want to do, or you are looking for suggestions, the Flexi Mexi is your one-stop guide & driver solution.  Your private guide- driver helps you discover any artistic, cultural, historic, gastronomic, or shopping aspect of Mexico City that you are interested in.
 

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>> Private tour- you don't share this tour with anyone else but your own travelling party.

>> ++Hotel pick-up and drop-off : secure door-to-door service


>> we co-create an itinerary with you. You OK the final gameplan/itinerary well before the tour.

>> On the day of your tour, if you change your mind about doing something, that's totally your prerogative.Let your guide know. 

>> Entrance fees aren't included in tour price, so you have freedom to adjust your program and are not locked into any committments from the outset.

>>If you are positive you want to include a high-demand attraction in your tour program, you send us a request in advance so we can secure tickets for you (provided there is availability for your day/time preference)

>>Pauses to eat, rest or have a maragarita? Not a problem. Life is for enjoying!

>> ++ Tour ends with direct drop off at your hotel / air bnb so there is flow and safety from beginning to end.

++  PLEASE NOTE: Mexico City is HUGE!!! Therefore Pick up and Drop off services are only available from neighborhoods in the Central Hotel Belt. This includes, Roma, Condesa, Anzures, Polanco, Centro, Juarez, San Miguel de Chapultepec, Cuauhtemoc, Escandon, and Tabacalera.
If your hotel is outside these areas, please let us know!

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Don't lose precious time on a taxi or being stuck in a group tour visiting places you are not interest in!


Guided by your feedback and interests, we work together to create an informative, relaxing day-out in the big city!


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When you book this tour, you may, or may not , know what you want to see with your private guide. Not a problem! We help you work out the finer details of your itinerary in the days/months/weeks leading up to your tour date.

If you don't know what you want to see, we send you some suggestions and then adjust the itinerary according to your feedback. Getting the balance of elements right is important to us. Refining your itinerary is a two-way dialogue. We use our expertise to help you make informed decisions and in turn, your feedback helps us propose itineraries that we know will engage and entertain YOU in terms of YOUR personal outlook/style.


You can ask your guide anything about their lives, this city and the world. We don't do dry textbook tours. We
 are here to help you get to know the city, and the people in it.

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 Santiago took us to the Museum of Anthropology where his knowledge of the history of Mexico’s indigenous people made the museum come to life. The depth of his knowledge was so incredible and each artifact he showed us had a very interesting story. Our 11 year old loved walking and talking with Santiago and he learned so much!! He said it was better than sitting in a classroom. Afterwards Santiago and a driver returned us to our hotel.

 MEXICO CITY: PLANNING & LOGISTICS

​A private guide & driver is hands-down THE best stress-free, compact way to soak up Mexico City!!

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Our drivers are experts at choosing the best route, and maximizing your time, but nonetheless there are physical limits to what can be seen in a day. Because of this, we like to set up realistic client expectations from the outset. The important thing is that we get you to the places that are top of your list, but also to keep the pace pleasant and enjoyable. It's a holiday, not a a triathlon!!

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Your private guide-driver is dedicated to maximizing your day and, unlike local drivers, they'll do their very best to keep you out of heavy traffic!




One of the reasons, people overestimate what they can do in a day is because they don’t realise the extent to which Mexico City's heavy traffic and urban planning affects transit times. The city is sprawling and there is a lot of traffic, so although attractions may seem relatively close on a map, time-wise travelling from one place to another can represent a major chunk of the day. That's why we are here to advise and guide you in your decisions. If we can see a way of grouping activities in the same part of town we will do this! And on the day, if you driver can avoid traffic jams, they will!

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Look no further! This is the way to see the city! 
Our guide walked us through the city streets, discussing the history and cultural influences of buildings and streets through the eyes of a person who has experienced much of the changing political and social climate of the last fifty to sixty years himself.

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Usually there is time for one or two or three (or four!) attractions in an eight hour program. Here's some of our guests' favourites!


    • UNESCO Xochimilco floating gardens, with Mariachi bands serenading from brightly coloured boats.
    • The lesser known collection of Diego Rivera murals in downtown Centro.
    • Lush & verdant l Dolores Olmedo Hacienda Estate with private Rivera and Kahlo collection
    • A succinct overview of Centro Historico.
    • Visit traditional food markets and try the local food.
    • The home of Pritzker Prize winning architect Luis Barragan.
    • Castillo de Chapultepec- French Maximilian's home
    • Diego Rivera's studio designed by famous architect Juan O'Gorman

 Our guides Javier and Cesar were fabulous. So informed about their city and fun to travel with. The tours were all well paced with plenty of time for photos and good food along the way.  The booking process was easy and the follow-up emails were excellent and helpful. Cannot recommend Stylewalk enough! Gracias!

WHERE ARE THE MAIN HOTELS LOCATED IN MEXICO CITY?

​Mexico City is NOT like other cosmopolitan cities, where downtown is the most upmarket and vibrant place to be. The main luxury hotels are located along Reforma Avenue, stretching from the Polanco area to Colonia Cuauhtémoc.

Not sure if your hotel is located within our geographic limits??
Contact us!


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by Sara on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport

We did an 8 hour flexi tour of the city with Santiago. He was very knowledgeable about Mexico’s history and was a pleasure to spend the day with. We did so much in one day and he really tried to maximize our time and see as much of the City as possible on our short trip!

by Lucia Paizt on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport


Gracias por todo! Quedamos encantados con los tours y con Santiago y el chofer, fueron muy amables y pacientes con nosotros! Santiago es una enciclopedia ambulante, impresionante su conocimiento de historia, cultura y vida de Mexico! El tour de Cholula nos encantó, en especial los tuneles de la piramide abajo de la capilla y la comida de chapulines jajaja . Ya para Puebla estaban cansados mis hijos y se nos hizo un poco tarde y al final ya se querían regresar, pero Santiago tuvo paciencia con ellos, y todos quedamos muy felices de haber ido.


Mil gracias por todo nuevamente, te mandamos un fuerte abrazo desde Guatemala!

by Vera Latina on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport










When traveling to new cities, I never go the organized tour route, and prefer to look up all the interesting places to check out - to me, that's half the fun of traveling! It also seems like most tour guides are a one-size-fits-all, without much of a personality or unique point of view.


I recently traveled to Mexico City for business and had an extra day to explore the city. CDMX is huge (even for someone from LA!) and there is so much to see. I wanted to maximize my day and quickly researched tours, deciding on a 6-hour personal tour with StylewalkMX. What I found most appealing was the customization and vibe I got from the website, which seemed like a good fit for someone like me who wanted to see the major sights, get a feel for the rich culture, and just as important, eating & shopping! While it was more expensive than a canned group tour, it was definitely worth it in my opinion - I was able to customize what I wanted to see, there was a private driver, escorted walking tours, and get access to restaurants/galleries that are hard to get.

In the first leg of the tour, I ended up doing a mini-tour of the city center - Bellas Artes, Catedral, Palacio Nacional, and Templo Mayor (my favorite). Because time was short and I love museums and could spend a very long time in each, I opted not to visit them on this trip - next time! Caesar was a great tour guide, super knowledgeable about each sight and a good sense of humor. It was a bit hot when we went, so recommend hats, water, etc.

Thankyou!










by Jackie O on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport

We spent 8 hours with Cesar touring Frida Kahlo's house/museum, Diego and Frida's studios, and Xochimilco. We were thoroughly impressed with Cesar's knowledge of Mexican politics, history, and art. He really enriched our visit to Mexico City.

by Karen C on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport


We had a free day in Mexico City prior to the start of a tour and decided to book a private tour with Stylewalk MX based upon reviews on Trip Advisor. We were not disappointed! We arranged the tour with Laura who was most understanding regarding some of our special needs. She was a delight to work with. Our tour guide for the day was Javier who was excellent. We thoroughly enjoyed the day visiting Casa Azul (Frida Khalo museum), an open market, the Coyoacan neighborhood and the Centro Historico district. Javier was most knowledgeable and provided us with the history of the areas we visited as well as introducing us to sights, sounds and tastes of modern life in Mexico City. The tour was a delightful introduction to Mexico City by someone who clearly knows and loves the city. We would definitely tour with Laura and Javier again.




by Mitch S on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport

We spent the day in the Centro Historico (where one could actually spend 3 days and not see all the terrific sites) then ended the day by driving to the awe-inspiring Basilica de la Virgen De Guadelupe.. Javier was a terrific safe driver, spoke English beautifully and had a great sense of humor. He also chose some fabulous street vendors for tacos and other treats during each of the days. My wife and I have traveled extensively but have generally been shy about eating street food in some countries but his selections were incredibly good and the food was simple but fresh, tasty and overall awesome. Javier was everything we could have wanted in a guide.

by _vera_latino on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport

When traveling to new cities, I never go the organized tour route, and prefer to look up all the interesting places to check out - to me, that's half the fun of traveling! It also seems like most tour guides are a one-size-fits-all, without much of a personality or unique point of view.

I recently traveled to Mexico City for business and had an extra day to explore the city. CDMX is huge (even for someone from LA!) and there is so much to see. I wanted to maximize my day and quickly researched tours, deciding on a 6-hour personal tour with StylewalkMX. What I found most appealing was the customization and vibe I got from the website, which seemed like a good fit for someone like me who wanted to see the major sights, get a feel for the rich culture, and just as important, eating & shopping! While it was more expensive than a canned group tour, it was definitely worth it in my opinion - I was able to customize what I wanted to see, there was a private driver, escorted walking tours, and get access to restaurants/galleries that are hard to get.

In the first leg of the tour, I ended up doing a mini-tour of the city center - Bellas Artes, Catedral, Palacio Nacional, and Templo Mayor (my favorite). Because time was short and I love museums and could spend a very long time in each, I opted not to visit them on this trip - next time! Caesar was a great tour guide, super knowledgeable about each sight and a good sense of humor. It was a bit hot when we went, so recommend hats, water, etc.

The second leg of the tour was the "Hipster La Roma" tour with Laura. The La Roma area is dope, with a lot of boutiques, galleries, coffee shops. Yes, it's very hipster, but I love how it's all still got a very local vibe. La Roma reminds me of Silverlake in LA, Abboy Kinney (5 years ago), Brooklyn (5 years ago), Marais, Shoreditch, etc. Check out the Goop's mini- guide of Mexico City, turns out the restaurant Laura was able to snag reservations for, El Parnita, is also featured.

The tour with Laura was awesome! We explored all these cool shops, galleries, and restaurants, many of which are tucked away down driveways behind gates where you have to be buzzed in. It was like having your best friend show you all their secret haunts - I loved it and totally recommend this tour!

by DrBeach77 on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport

My wife and I just had Laura organize a guide / driver for 2 days in Mexico City.
Laura and her team were all professional, knowledgeable and very personable.
On one of the days we had Javier show us around 6 different sites / areas...he was fantastic.

We will be recommending Stylewalk to anyone visiting Mexico City.

by racheldredge on Mexico City | Flexi-Mexi City Tour | Private Guide & Transport

We did a full day tour of MXC with Javier. Javier was a great guide, super knowledgeable and friendly.
It was perfect to be able to customise the itinerary to suit our interests and the tour was a fantastic way to see much of this massive city in a day.