Top 10 Bachelor Party Ideas In Mexico City, Mexico - Updated 2021

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Elmo
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Mexico holds many secrets and attractions for its visitors. From cultural festivals, nature reserves, beach resorts to its significant number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, everyone can find something that will catch their interest when visiting Mexico. Its capital city, Mexico City, is the heart where you can find a vibrant culture on every corner. From the neighbourhoods that are home to beautiful art to colourful and delectable dishes to the lively lifestyle that boosts up your energy the whole day, this is the place to feel alive again. You can find many entertaining activities that will make your visit more colourful and exciting, especially when you share it with friends on a special occasion, such as a bachelors party. If this sounds like something that interests you, then keep reading the article to find out the top bachelor party ideas in Mexico City, Mexico.

1. Feel the goosebumps at the floating gardens of Xochimilco (from USD 41.0)

The place that’s dubbed as Venice of Mexico will be a perfect spot for you and your friends to explore. Hop on the Trajineras, or colourful floating boats, and sail along the canals of the floating garden. You might want to prepare yourself to see the hanging dolls on the trees, tributes to a young girl who was found died in the waters. As you enjoy an adventure at the floating garden, make sure that you also try a glass of Pulque, a popular beverage of Mesoamerican origin, that has mild alcohol in it. If you’re into local urban legends, you might want to pay close attention when visiting the chinampas, or what the locals call the floating garden. You can also challenge your bravery by searching for the legendary La Llorona in this area.

Xochimilco and Coyoacan

Duration: 7 to 8 hours

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2. Taste the local brew at Beer Factory Santa Fé

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account


What’s a bachelor party without visiting the local bar? Beer Factory Santa Fe can be the right choice for you and your friends to drop by and enjoy a charming night in Mexico before the big day. The friendly staff at the bar will help you with their wide range of options and choose the perfect ones that suit your celebration. They brew their own beer, and that makes their collection remarkable and tasty. Don’t forget to try their menu, as each of the items has its perfect beer companion to indulge in.

Beer Factory Santa Fé

Address: Vasco de Quiroga 3800, Lomas de Santa Fe, Contadero, Cuajimalpa de Morelos, 01210 Mexico City, CDMX

Website: Beer Factory Santa Fé

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 12pm - 12am; Fri - Sat: 12pm - 2am; Sun: 12pm - 10pm

3. Watch Mexican wrestling for an adrenaline boost (from USD 46.0)

When you’re in Mexico City, you should not miss getting your adrenaline pumping as you step into authentic Mexican wrestling in Mexico City. See the rough fighting that entertains your eyes, hear the roaring cheers from your surroundings, and when the match is over - and your throat is sore from shouting too much - go with the flow of the locals to the nearest bar. It’s time to party like locals with a shot of tequila always in hand.

Mexican Wrestling: Experience Lucha Libre in Mexico City

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

10 reviews

4. Experience the variety on a food tour of Mexico City (from USD 82.0)

One of the favourite things from Mexico that attracts people is their variety of food, be it the traditional dishes or the modernised ones, as seen in many Tex-Mex restaurants around the world. Food has been a part of Mexican culture, and you can also find out about their culinary history by joining a tour. Indulge in a variety of Mexican food and drinks, and feel the festive ambience that is well known among the locals.

Historic Center Food Tour in Mexico City

Duration: 5 hours

10 reviews

5. Experience the local vibe at Xaman Bar

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

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Here’s another local bar that you can visit and spend the night at when you are at the vibrant and exciting city of Mexico enjoying tequila and other cocktails. From the outside, Xaman Bar might be hidden due to the lack of signage, but once you spot the crowd of customers outside the property, you’ll find the bar. The place is perfect if you’re adventurous and love to try new things in a new place. The decor is interesting, and the staff are friendly. The menu is an experience of traditional Mexican fusion.

Xaman Bar

Address: Copenhagen 6, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, 06600 Mexico City, CDMX

Website: Xaman Bar

Opening hours: Tue - Wed: 6pm - 11:45pm; Thu - Sat: 6pm - 2am (closed on Sun & Mon)

6. Let the good times roll at Bol Bahia


Located at one of the most popular shopping centres in Mexico City, Bol Bahia is a famous bowling alley where locals would visit to have a good time. Spend a fun night with the boys, and join in the excitement and laughter that accompanies the game, and don’t forget to order their delicious snack and drinks while you are at it.

Bol Bahia

Address: Bahía Todos Los Santos 157, Verónica Anzúres, Miguel Hidalgo, 11300 Mexico City, CDMX

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 11am - 12am; Sun: 11am - 10pm

Price: 60 USD onwards

7. Have a hip night out at Felina Bar


If you’re a fan of rums and mezcals, you might want to visit Felina Cocktail Bar. Located in a funky neighbourhood, the bar affords a quirky atmosphere along with vintage decor and a diverse crowd. It’s most likely to be crowded, but it only gets wilder as the night crawls in. On weekends, there is usually a DJ who rocks the party but worry not, you can still enjoy the banter with your boys.

Felina Cocktail Bar

Address: Calle Ometusco 87, Hipódromo, Cuauhtémoc, 06100 Mexico City, CDMX

Opening hours: Tue - Wed: 6pm - 1:30am; Thu - Sat: 6pm - 2am (closed on Sun - Mon)

8. Learn the history and culture through Folkloric Ballet (from USD 133.0)

When you’re in Mexico City, it’s time to get to know more about the culture, and one of the ways is by learning Ballet Folklórico de México, or Folkloric Ballet. The dance represents the Mesoamerican culture. The number of dancers vary from two to thirty-five people and bring up legends, stories, and history of the ancient civilisation, that has Spanish influences. This folk dance is usually performed three days a week at the Palace of Fine Arts, Mexico City. It’s a good option if you are looking for a unique bachelor party activities, or you are simply a lover of dance.

Mexico City Folkloric Ballet Show Admission Private Tour

Duration: 2 hours

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9. Glide through Mexico City on a segway (from USD 113.0)

Explore Mexico City at night and admire the nightlife on a segway tour that will take you to various attractions in the city. One the area that’s popular for Segway night tour is Paseo de la Reforma, where many luxurious hotels and boutiques are located. Make sure you’ve got something to show off to your friends back home.

Mexico City Segway Tour: Paseo de la Reforma by Night

Duration: 2 hours

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10. Experience a lively night at Tara Roma Nightclub

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Party the night away at Tara Roma, the trendy nightclub in the heart of Mexico City. It’s where people go to on weekends and have a good time with friends, accompanied by fancy drinks and hip music to dance the night away. It might get very crowded as the hours go by, but their staff will do their best to accommodate you and your needs during your visit.

Tara Roma

Address: Álvaro Obregón 291 Col, Roma Nte., Cuauhtémoc, 06700 Mexico City, CDMX

Website: Tara Roma

Opening hours: Wed: 10pm - 3am; Fri - Sat: 10pm - 3am; Sun: 6pm - 11pm (closed on Mon,Tue & Thu)

Celebrate as you indulge in exciting activities at Mexico City

Before stepping onto the next level of adult life, it’s only fair if you look for some fun activities to indulge in with your closest friends. If Mexico City is on your bucket list, then it would be an excellent time to travel there and have a jolly good time experiencing the city, its culture, and its history.

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