Mercado and More Delights Tour

Mercado and More Delights Tour
Price: $74.00
Ages 1 and under are free.
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Active, Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 3 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? A 5-minute taxi ride (fare not included for each way) is required to reach your departure location, depending on where your ship is docked.
Food/Beverage Provided Snack, Beverage
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and sensible flat-soled walking shoes. ing in layers may be necessary depending on the time of the year. Guests should bring a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.
Restrictions This tour is not wheelchair or scooter accessible. Participants should be in good physical health to participate.

Wander Mazatlan's market and streets and learn about its history, all while tasting Mexican ice cream, cheeses, tortas, and more when you book this exciting food walking tour in Mexico. If you're looking to learn more about the Mexican culture while staying close to the downtown area and dining on a variety of tasty delights, then this is the tour for you! Your knowledgeable local guide will share stories about Mazatlan and its rich history as you stop to dine on Mexican ice cream, local soda, and other delights. Get to know the people and culinary delights of the Pino Suarez Mercado (the local market) during this unforgettable experience.

Start this tasty walking tour by meeting with your guide at the Plazuela Machado in Centro Historico, Mazatlan's downtown district. Follow your friendly guide on a journey perusing the Pino Suarez Mercado, looking for the best samples of local Mexican cuisine and learning about the culture of the food market. Listen to the stories your guide shares along the way, including how locals frequent the market in the mornings to find food to create authentic Mexican cuisine.

Get ready to taste the culture of Mazatlan by sampling the delicious delights you'll encounter in the market, such as smoked marlin, Mexican cheeses, and tortas (a grilled rolled sandwich). Next, head to the other side of the market to discover how locals cure and manage their ailments with local foods. Make your way to a 30-year-old family-run diner to devour tasty tostadas and wash it all down with delicious local soda.

As you make your way through the historic center of Mazatlan, take in the scenic views of historic landmarks like the iconic Immaculate Conception Cathedral, featuring architecture from the Baroque Renaissance era. Wrap up this delicious tour by enjoying some tasty Mexican ice cream before heading back to your port.

Whether you're looking for a small group walking tour with authentic Mexican cuisine or information about historic Mazatlan, this culinary adventure provides it all to create the ultimate experience. Sign up for this exciting culinary walking tour today and get ready to make memories in Mazatlan, one bite at a time!

5 Stars5.0 / 5  |  2 ReviewsReview This Tour
Wonderful Day in Mazatlan
June 16, 2022
I was nervous booking a tour with no reviews. My kids has their heart set on a food tour and we booked so late that the cruise ship had sold out. We were on the Carnival Panorama which was to dock 15 mins before our meeting time. That also stressed us out that we may miss the tour. While we were 10 min late, but what a pleasure to find Maaike waiting for us patiently. She was so friendly, knowledgeable and down to earth. All of the family connected witb her. We had a wonderful personal off the beaten track tour meeting locals and tasting wonderful food. I’m still craving more torts. We were concerned about getting sick, but there was no chance. Maaike is a top rate owner/guide and it was the wonderful hidden gem. If we are ever back, we will definitely take her other tours.
Reviewer: Amy Chang
5 Stars
Enjoyed the food and learning about Mercado
April 27, 2022
We really enjoyed the walking tour and food. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the town. We enjoyed the open food market. Be prepared to see real butcher markets. We really like the cheese stop, the juice drink stop, and the Mexican restaurant in the food market, and the dessert stop where they mixed all different fruits, nuts, coconut and blended in condensed milk. It was delicious. We also went to a gelato ice cream store off the beaten path. We also stopped at a restaurant and had a huge traditional bread pork sandwich. Way too much food but it was great!!!!
Reviewer: Leslie and Ruben
5 Stars