Join us on our inaugural visit to one of the world’s most dynamic cities, Mexico City. Filled with world-class museums, stunning modernist architecture, delicious food, and art-filled spaces, the city has enjoyed a renaissance in recent years.

On this 5-night program we will immerse ourselves in the culture of this spectacular city while also delving into political and social issues that have shaped Mexico. We’ll meet with individuals who work to improve conditions for the country’s disenfranchised and those who provide an insider’s perspective on issues that many of us have only viewed through a U.S.-centric lens.  


  • Meet with staff at the Miguel Agustin Pro Juarez Centre for Human Rights, a non-profit civil association working to promote structural change for indigenous people, women, migrants and victims of social repression within the judicial system.
  • Learn more about the drug wars and their impacts on Mexican society during a meeting with journalist Marcela Turati.
  • Marvel at original Diego Rivera murals in situ at the Department of Education and the Palacio de Bellas Artes.
  • Visit the stunning Museo Nacional de Antropologia and see world-famous pieces from Mexico’s pre-Hispanic period.
  • Explore the beautifully designed campus of National Autonomous University of Mexico, a UNESCO World Heritage site that showcases the collaborative effort by a variety of different professionals whose design incorporates green spaces and large open-air plazas as well as several museums, a stadium, an ecological reserve and botanical garden.
  • See Casa Pedregal, designed by Luis Barragán, one of the greatest modernist masterpieces of Mexico.
  • Wander amongst the incredible ruins of Teotihuacán, one of the largest and most important archaeological sites in Mexico.

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