Mexico - Ultimate Foodie Adventure
These will run in Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca and Yucatan Peninsula. Each ten-day trip has a similar itinerary with luxury car transfers, visits to local towns and villages, ancient ruins, visit to the local markets, cookery workshops, signature tasting menus and traditional gastronomic walking tours.
Day 1 - 5 Mexico City
- Flights are not included
- A visit to the historical centre of Mexico City: full of beautiful baroque buildings
- An extraordinary walking tour discovering the country’s reputed cuisine in several surprising and exotic food stops
- Explore a typical Mexican market
- A visit to Teotihuacán, the most important archeological site in the Valley of Mexico
- Enjoy a pre-Hispanic food-tasting
- Try exotic delicacies of the local cuisine, such as maguey worms, ants, grasshoppers, jumiles (small beetles) and escamoles (ant eggs)
- A visit to the Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as “La Casa Azul”
- Enjoy an idyllic boat ride on a typical “Trajinera” along the pre-Hispanic canals of Xochimilco, Mexico City’s Floating Gardens
Day 6 - 7 Puebla
- A visit to El Parian market
- A visit to Cholula: one of the largest cities in Mesoamerica
- A visit to the Cathedral, and the Rosario Chapel: an architectural jewel of the eighteenth century
Day 8 - 10 Oaxaca
- A visit to the famous food market in Oaxaca
- A cookery workshop: learn how to prepare an authentic Oaxacan dishes
- A visit to the historical centre of Oaxaca recognised as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO
Guide Price From £4,500 Per PersonHighlights:
Puebla is one of the most Spanish cities in Central Mexico; its apparent bourgeois coldness quickly crumbles with the option of walking at right angles through the streets in a chessboard pattern. The wide variety of spices, dishes and sweets that make up the cuisine of Puebla, also called "City of Angels", is one of the greatest culinary heritages you can enjoy during your stay in Mexico.
The city of Oaxaca is famous for its rich gastronomic tradition. One of the most popular dishes you can enjoy is the indispensable “mole”. In Oaxaca there are more than seven kinds of “mole” which vary in the number and types of pepper used to prepare it.
For more eccentric tastes, taste grilled or fried grasshoppers and maguey worms from the agave-plant, either grilled or in a sauce, which can be served in a warm tortilla like a taco.All offers and pricing are subject to change and availability and are correct at time of print. Operators terms and conditions apply.