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Arena Mexico

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Arena Mexico

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Mexican Wrestling: Experience Lucha Libre in Mexico City
$46.00 per adult
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Lucha Libre Experience in Mexico City
$39.99 per adult
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Mexico City: Lucha Libre Wrestling Tour
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Gold Pass 5 days - 12 attractions
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Avenida de Las Granjas 800 cerca metro Balderas y Cuahutemoc, Mexico City 06720 Mexico
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Norte 45Mexico City Metro16 min
AzcapotzalcoMexico City Metro18 min
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Teotihuacan Morning Tour with an Archeologist and Tequila Tasting

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Beat the crowds and the midday heat on an early morning tour of the Teotihuacan Pyramids from Mexico City. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the pre-Mayan archaeological wonder comes alive with your guide’s narration. Enjoy the early morning tranquility of ancient pyramids and temples. Plus, your tour includes a visit to an obsidian workshop and a mezcal-tasting session.
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UriusT wrote a review Jan 8
Vilnius, Lithuania580 contributions143 helpful votes
I was privileged enough to be in town and see a lucha show here. It was a dream come true. Everything was super easy and convenient. Only issue is inside, ushers only exist at the entrance, so finding seats is difficult and if they show you where your seats are you must pay them. It's really absurd. Otherwise its a great place to see lucha. Concession prices are fair.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Aerowing wrote a review Apr 2020
Monee, Illinois4,927 contributions583 helpful votes
I do not like the American version of wrestling at all. This on the other hand was a blast! The Lucha libre wrestlers are super entertaining and the atmosphere is all around fun. Don’t worry about taking a tour or buying your tickets ahead of time. Just go to the stadium about an hour before the show starts, buy your tickets at the ticket window then check out all the vendors selling merchandise outside the stadium. Lots of great deals to be found including some really cool shirts. We were about five rows away from the ring and near the aisle. The seats were great but being near the aisle the vendors can be annoying at times because they constantly walk around, usually in front of you selling their items. There’s dozens of vendors selling everything inside from Ramen noodles to big cheap beers. The shows are at least two hours long. After the show there’s still vendors outside selling stuff in case you didn’t buy before hand. It’s easy to get an Uber or taxi right outside the door but Uber‘s are a lot cheaper than the taxis. The area is very safe at night too so don’t worry. We had a great time and would highly recommend coming here for some fun entertainment.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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56MandM wrote a review Mar 2020
Edmonton, Canada62 contributions6 helpful votes
We wanted to experience as many different activities as possible while in Mexico City so along with the more high brow cultural stuff, took in Lucha Libre. It was super fun. Great excuse to yell, boo, clap, cheer- the works. People watching as much fun as watching the wrestlers. You can get tickets the day of and don't need to go with a tour unless you want to. If you can get the tickets before the show it will be less crazy. We got them just before the show started and it is noisy, and the ticket boots are really dark so you can't see the agents or exactly where the seats are. Our seats weren't that great but we still had fun. Rows 4- 10 are probably the best, and not on the sides as the vendors will block your vision at times.
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Date of experience: February 2020
mttx0408 wrote a review Mar 2020
San Antonio, Texas19 contributions12 helpful votes
La Lucha Libre - what a blast! We took a group of 6, including a 4 year old and 6 year old, and everyone had so much fun! The two kids both called it the highlight of their trip to Mexico City. It has everything you could want: athletics, showmanship, and all sorts of drinks, snacks, and concessions roaming the aisles. We did buy our tickets ahead of time from Ticketmaster Mexico because I wasn't sure what availability would be like. There was a will call window right in front of the arena (even labeled in English) where we just had to show the confirmation number, photo ID, and credit card used to purchase to pick them up. We did this about 10 min before the scheduled start time. My advice after visiting though would be to not buy ahead of time. There were tons of empty seats available even after the start. Don't pay a tour group or Ticketmaster markup. Just show up in an Uber and buy your tickets right there. The line was simple to find even if you don't speak Spanish, and not very long; the will call line actually wasn't much shorter. After the show, the street directly in front of the arena is pretty hectic, so walk a block down to a cross street and call your Uber from there. The one mistake we did make: they don't allow large cameras, so we had to check ours at the door. Best to leave them at home. Cell phones and small cameras were fine. Our camera was easily retrieved from the checked items window after the show though, no big deal.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Chris B wrote a review Mar 2020
Boise, Idaho680 contributions123 helpful votes
If you go to Mexico City you have to go here. You can go on your own or you can book a number of tours. We decided to go with one of the tours because you’re with a group and will have a lot of fun. Don’t by the Masks here they are twice as expensive as everywhere else. Get into the match’s cuss and scream root for your favorite guy I have a couple of beers and just enjoy. We would definitely do this again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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