Meet your guide and fellow revelers in the Centro Historico, not far from the Zocalo. Your first stop is dinner and drinks at a popular cantina, where you’ll eat a tasty meal while learning the details of your evening out.
After dinner, hop on the subway with your guide and group and ride to the lucha libre arena. There, find your reserved seat and get a quick tutorial on the rules of the theatrical masked wrestling that is among Mexico’s most beloved sports. Then, cheer with the crowd as luchadores (wrestlers) leap into the ring.
Then, head for Garibaldi Square, where you’ll sing and dance to roaming mariachi bands. As your tour winds down, return to the Zocalo area to top off the evening with drinks. Your guide can then help you hail a cab or give you pointers on where to continue the night out on your own.