Tacos, Micheladas, Mezcal, and…?
Hit the streets of the colonial center on a Guanajuato city walking tour of nighttime drinking spots and the food stalls that only come out in the dark.
- Tour runs three to four hours
- Five drinks in multiple bars
- Two night stall street food stops
- Get insider Guanajuato information from your bilingual host
- Navigate your way around the nightlife scene with a local
- The Guanajuato tour will all be done on foot around the central UNESCO World Heritage historic district.
Sure, you could parade around the city drinking non-alcoholic fake juice with some musicians dressed like Spaniards, or you could hit the bars of a Mexican city with someone who knows where to go and what to drink. Join us for a fun, relaxed tour of the winding streets and back alleys of this colonial gem of a city.
Eat your way around Guanajuato!
Tour the food stalls, the markets, and the sites of a unique colonial Mexican city. Eat where the locals eat in the daytime on a walking city tour of Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage city.
- Visit a Mexican bakery and sample warm pastries
- Try fresh-squeezed juices with a variety of fruits and vegetables
- Visit two local markets
- Sample tamales and gorditas
- Eat a typical meal of the day
- Top it all off with street stall ice cream
Along the way on your walking tour of Guanajuato you’ll learn about the history and key sites in the city, ride a funicular train, and walk the pedestrian-only “callejon” back alleys of the city.
Who’s Running This Thing?
Founder Tim Leffel is a full-time travel writer, editor, and author from the USA who has published articles from around the world. He has a home in Guanajuato and has lived there for years with his family on two different occasions. Three bilingual local guides trade off doing the tours now for groups from around the world. See more on the Your Guide page.
How Much Does It Cost?
Tours range from US$25 to $40 per person depending on group size. This includes all food, walking tour guidance around the city, and a funicular train ride to a panoramic viewpoint (daytime Guanajuato food tour only). See more on the street food tour pricing page.
How it Works
Unless your group requires otherwise, tours run on weekdays for approximately three hours starting at 9:30 or 10 a.m. The whole tour is done on foot and requires the ability to walk on uneven surfaces. Night tours usually meet up at 9:00 p.m. You must pay a 10% deposit in advance by Paypal or credit card at least 2 days in advance then the rest on the day of the tour in cash. See more on the Prices and Booking page.