Mexico City Day of Dead Trip

Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

Oct 28 - Nov 2, 2021
Group size: 6 - 12
Mexico City Day of Dead Trip
Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

Oct 28 - Nov 2, 2021
Group size: 6 - 12

About this trip

Immerse yourself on this multi-day trip in the complex cultural identity of Mexico City, where pre-Hispanic, colonial, and contemporary influences collide.

On this culinary adventure, we’ll explore mouthwatering local gastronomy, set against the backdrop of a vibrant megacity that thrums with the activity of a large population of regional migrants and modern transplants alike—tens of millions of souls make Mexico City what it is today. This unique trip is a celebration of the harmony as well as the dissonance that define this layered city.

What’s included

  • Accommodation
    All accommodation throughout the trip in stylish, boutique hotels.
  • Food & Drink
    All meals and drinks included in CB activities. A belt-popping experience.
  • Ground Transportation
    Private coach for visits inside and outside the center city.
  • Admission
    Admission to all proposed activities, locations, and events.
  • Guides
    Professional guides throughout the entire experience.
  • Air travel
    Transportation and flights to and from Mexico City.
  • Airport transfers
    Not included but can be arranged.
  • Travel Insurance
    Can recommend providers.
  • Visas
    If applicable

Available Packages

Shared Room
Available until July 30, 20216 left
Deposit: $500
Single Room
Available until July 30, 20216 left
Deposit: $500


Day 1:
Arrival & Welcome

Arrive in Mexico City and check into our boutique bed and breakfast, located in the heart of the city, facing Alameda Park. We encourage you to plan your arrival earlier in the day to give yourself some time to relax, settle in, and wander around the neighborhood.

This evening, we’ll enjoy a lively welcome dinner at Limosneros, where chefs Marcos Fulcheri and Carlo Méndez will work with pre-Hispanic ingredients, colonial techniques, and modern creative twists to create an unforgettable meal. In a private room, we’ll share our first of many meals and conversations together. Your main culinary guide, will introduce themselves and give you a glimpse into what the week will hold.

Your Organizer

Culinary Backstreets
Culinary Backstreets, a global guide to local eats that publishes restaurant reviews and features on local culinary culture. They bring these stories to life on culinary tours and special events, offered in 12 cities around the world, and have extensive international experience with all things gastronomical.