Bellas Artes Palace, and Xochimilco

One day Tour: Ballet at Bellas Artes Palace, and Xochimilco

(This tour is available only Sunday mornings. Sometimes the ballet will perform in another theatre*; however, this is not known well in advance)Amalia Hernandez’s Mexican Folk Ballet is the most important company of its kind in Mexico. It was formed over three decades ago and is made up by over 400 people, five companies and a school. It has performed over 4 thousand times both, in Mexico and abroad. The show includes folk dances from several regions of the country, such as Oaxaca, Chiapas, Tabasco, Veracruz, Yucatan, Sonora and Jalisco.After the show, departure for Xochimilco, south of the city, to take a ride on a “trajinera” (a typical small barge) through the canals of Xochimilco which have been there since pre-Hispanic times and the site of the “floating gardens”. Xochimilco was the place where Toltec people found shelter after the fall of Tula, and its residents have worked the land from ancestral times prior to agriculture. It is a traditional place where many Mexicans go for Sunday family outings. Then, a visit to Mexico’s National University, the most important education institution in the country, built in the fifties but which foundation dates back to the XVI century. Tour of the campus with its over 80 buildings, among them the Administration, the Library, the Olympic Stadium, among other.


Regular services and fare guaranteed only on Sunday morning with minimum 4 passengers.

By Private Car:

01 Passenger:     Usd  250.00 P/P

02 Passengers:   Usd  168.00 P/P

03 Passengers:   Usd  141.00 P/P

– Ballet & Xochimilco, private services also only on Sunday morning

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