The Complete Lucha Libre Experience

Doctores, Mexico City

$842 mxn

*Prices and conditions are subject to change.

Feel the adrenaline of one of the most traditional spectacles in Mexico; the lucha libre, or Mexican Wrestling. You’ll have so much fun and you’ll feel all the excitement the wrestlers themselves feel when doing their stunts in the ring.


Lucha Libre arrived in Mexico in the 19th century! Since then, Mexican wrestlers have known how to put all the folklore that characterises the country into an art which mixes colourful masks with combat in the ring. Enjoy a unique mexican experience watching these athletes perform amazing stunts in the ring.

On the way, you’ll see iconic Mexican landmarks such as the Monument to the Revolution, Columbus Roundabout, the Central Alameda among others. Your Lucha Libre adventure starts with your guide explaining details about the origins and history of this noble art, as well as the difference between “rough” and “technical” wrestlers and the basic moves they perform in the arena.

To end your experience, you’ll go to watch the fight in great seats so you don’t miss a single detail.


Number of people

Valid for 1

What’s included

  • Round-trip transport: Capital Bus (double decker bus with an open roof and panoramic views).

  • Travel insurance.

  • Bilingual guide, expert in the art of Lucha Libre.

  • Ticket to the Arena Mexico (central preferential zone).

  • The spectacle is of 2-3 fights.
  • Your own Mexican Wrestling Mask.

  • Tequila shots.

What’s not included

  • Tips
  • Food and Drink
  • Other souvenirs

Availability and duration

The entire experience lasts around 4 hours

  • Tuesday 18:45:00 hrs.

  • Friday 18:45:00 hrs.

Dress and Requirements

Wear comfortable clothes with appropriate footwear.

We recommend you take sunscreen a hat, sunglasses, an umbrella or rain jacket during rainy season, cash and/or card for tips and personal expenses.

Additional information

Meeting point: 18:45 at the Capital Bus Stop in the Zocalo (right next to the cathedral).

You must give the name of the person going on the tour, a phone number and an e-mail address. You must book ahead and the tour is subject to availability.

We recommend arriving 10 minutes beforehand and there will only be 10 minutes of wait-time after the set time if you’re late.


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