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Mexico City

Dia de los Muertos in Mexico City

Dia de los Muertos is a rich cultural holiday full of tradition and we’re going to soak it all in. We’ll explore the vibrant displays (ofrendas) honors those who have passed. From traditional sugar skull face paint to cemetery tours, this is an especially unique time to experience Mexico City!  

Dia de los Muertos in Mexico City is a unique time to experience this Mexican holiday, which is steeped in longstanding cultural tradition. Join us on this getaway! We’ll be staying right on Paseo de la Reforma for easy walking distance to all the art, monuments, museums, dining and nightlight that downtown CDMX has to offer! 

Oct 31-Nov 2, 2010 Saturday-Monday

Option to add extra nights on either end, pending hotel availability

  • Two nights in a 4 star hotel on Paseo de Reforma
  • RT transfers from Mexico City Airport (MEX)
  • Mexico City Bar Crawl
  • Our best local recommendations for restaurants, food tours, and any experience you desire!
  • Included for all guests: Comprehensive travel planning, coordinated extras, personalized attention, on-site trip leader & guide available 24/7.

Up until 60 days before the trip start date, your deposit is fully transferable to another trip or person. If you cancel less than 60 days to the trip start date you will not be able to receive a refund unless you’re able to fill your spot.

Deposit $250

Total Trip Package $750

fast Facts About Mexico city

La Reforma

Paseo de la Reforma (where our hotel is located) is a wide avenue that stretches across the heart of the city. Designed in the 1806s after some of the great European boulevards. Today it is home to monuments, dining, art, nightlife, and the city's tallest building.

The Holiday

Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday to celebrate and honor the dead. The traditions are believed to help the deceased on their spiritual journey. Mexican culture believes that the dead awake to celebrate with them, so it is a joyous occasion, not a sad one.


More than 21 million people live in Mexico City. You'll feel it when you experience the traffic - it's part of experiencing Mexico City. It is also the largest Spanish speaking city in the world. Over 600,000 Americans live in CDMX, the largest concentration of Americans living outside the US.


Mexico City has the most museums in the world, more than 160! And most of them are free on Sundays. The city also has 100 art galleries and 30 concert halls. And it's home to the oldest University in the Americas.- UNAM, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 1

Mexico City Arrivals

Private transfer waiting for you outside the airport to bring you to the hotel

Hotel check in after 3pm

Legit Trips Welcome Reception
CDMX Bar Crawl

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Day 2

Dia De Los Muertos Tours
(optional-add on)

Cemetery Tour
Ofrendas Tour
Sugar Skull Facepaint

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Day 3

Explore Paseo De La Reforma on your own


Private transfer will return you to the airport

Dia de los Muertos in Mexico City - Group travel itineraries - Legit Trips

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