Mexico City has quickly become an uber-popular destination for urbanists and culture seekers alike. Long a center of anthropological history and Latin American art, a new wave of local business owners have leveraged the Mexican entrepreneurial spirit to build an irresistible culinary scene and innovative public architecture that keep this, the oldest city in the Americas, at the forefront of cultural relevance.
Celebrate Mexican Culture by attending La Llorona en Xochimilco, a multidisciplinary show of Music, This show year after year, involves the public in a mystical and majestic world created by the moon of October and November. This staging takes place during the months of October and November, due to the mysticism that is created by the celebration of the Day of the Dead and that makes the place a magical place, almost unreal within this great city of Mexico City.
- Taxes are included - Transportation from the airport to the hotel
- Minimum Needed: 1 person - Maximum Capacity: 5 people - Booking Deadline: 8th October - Weather Dependent: No - this trip will go ahead regardless - Difficulty Level: Easy - Special Clothing Required: No - Special Dietary Restrictions: No - meals are not included