Mexico City has a lot to offer: history, food, night life and arts; ballet, as one of the older and most beautiful human expressions, it is not the exception. Noteworthy, while you visit this cosmopolitan city, is its long tradition into this fine art, therefore, it is a must to take one our Folkloric ballet tours in Mexico City to explore more.
Amalia Hernández, dancer, teacher, choreographer and household name in the Mexican artistic guild, founded this folkloric ballet in 1952, as a way to represent the rage and diversity in the popular art through the decades. The best way to appreciate her mastery is taking one of our Folkloric ballet tours in Mexico City.
During its three hour and a half run, Ballet Folklorico de Mexico will amaze you from beginning to end, combining modernity and experimentation in techniques that only Amalia's ballet company can deliver. Los Hijos del Sol, El Cupidito, La Danza del Venado and Navidad en Jalisco are among the choreographic pieces present.
A tons of tours in Mexico promises great venues and awesome performances, but only Folkloric ballet tours in Mexico City can give you a high-end experience with no-hassle of spending hours in line for a ticket show. We also have the chance to pick you up at your hotel and leave you there again after the show ends of after doing something else.
Bilingual guidance, tickets and transportation are part of the tour. We suggest comfortable clothes, a jacket, and your camera ready to capture one of the best nights of your life, plus you`ll get the chance to walk through the now renovated Central Alameda, with its fountains and passageways full of history to end a delightful and great evening.
From 1959 to present day, Ballet Folklorico de Mexico has been performing every Sunday and Wednesday in one of the most iconic places in Mexico City: Fine Arts Palace, with three shows weekly. It was born not only with the aim to show foreigners some Mexican culture, but to involve the local society in the appreciation of moving arts and its beauty.