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Lucha Libre and Mezcal Experience in Mexico City

Highlights
  • Go with a former luchador: Learn about the sport from an insider
  • Enjoy a mezcal and guacamole tasting before the show
  • Let the luchador guide navigate crowds and the arena for you
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Lucha Libre and Mezcal Experience in Mexico City
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Overview
Experience a side of Mexico City rarely available to visitors by watching a lucha libre (wrestling) match with a former luchador. After a mezcal tasting at a nearby pub, your guide gives you a tour of Arena Mexico with an insider’s perspective. During the show, your guide teaches you the rules and storylines of the sport, and answers all your questions as they arise.
What to Expect

Start the evening at a local pub near the Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) in the heart of downtown Mexico City. With a former luchador as your guide, listen to insider stories about the wrestlers' lives and careers as you enjoy a tasting of mezcal and guacamole.

Next, head to the Arena Mexico, often called the “cathedral of lucha libre.” Gain a perspective rarely available to visitors, as you take a tour of the arena. Going with a former luchador may afford you the opportunity to meet the wrestlers before the show.

As the fight begins, your guide explains the rules and characters of the sport, which can be confusing without proper context. Since the show ends after dark, the guide navigates public transit or arranges a taxi for you (own expense).

Reviews (36)
1 - 5 of 33 reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago
Really fun!

This event was great! It was easy to meet up, everyone was very friendly, we had a couple mezcal drinks, and then went off to the show! Our guide Arturo was fun and helped explain what the heck was going on. Definitely would recommend!

Thank Eric L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
AMAZING TOUR

We had the most amazing tour! Right from the beginning our tour guide was super friendly and informative. The Mezcal tasting was great- it was at a local bar and we even returned a few days later. The lucha libre was awesome- our guide answered...More

Thank Katie12345168
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
What a blast!

This tour was insanely awesome! What a fun way to experience this cultural sport. The mezcal tasting to start the night was delicious and a great way to kick things off. Our guide Arturo was knowledgeable and passionate about Lucha Libre as he told us...More

Thank KeelanF5
Reviewed 12 September 2018
Our favorite part of the trip!

A group of girlfriends and I took a trip to Mexico City and were recommended we see a Lucha Libre match through Mexico a Pie. It did not disappoint! Arturo was an awesome host! We learned so much about the history and interesting facts about...More

Thank Pathfinder564483
Reviewed 5 September 2018
The best way to spend Friday night

This tour was amazing! We were a little late arriving to the tour - typical CDMX traffic got the best of us. So we were greeted by Ana, who caught us up with our guide, Arturo, and the rest of the group in no time....More

Thank JohnsonMeg
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Experience274376
25 September 2018|
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Response from Susan W |
how many people are included in the tour group?
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mareurrutia
11 September 2018|
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Response from Flo P | Reviewed this property |
An evening! Maybe three hours?
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