Chillout Flat

Bolivar 8, flat 102, Centro Historico, Mexico City, 06000, Mexico
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Guided tours in Mexico City


Do anybody happen to know What is the best way to find reliable guides or group tours for sites such as the Frida Kahlo's house and the Pyramids?

Any help will be appreciated. Thanks,Smangel

Re: Guided tours in Mexico City

by cachaseiro

i'm in mexico city right now and have done the tours on my own, but i noticed that the hostel catedral has guided tours to the places you mention and they only use certified guides:

Re: Guided tours in Mexico City

by gomexico

Grayline Tours has probably the most successful and popular tours. Friends of mine have gone on a dozen or so of the tours and I've heard only good things.

Re: Guided tours in Mexico City

by gomexico

Re: Guided tours in Mexico City

by gomexico

An earlier rely didn't register, so here's the link once again:

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Hablo Ingles?

by Manyana

speaking spanish and never using any of my english was the greatest fun of all. i'm a language maniac and just found mexico to be the right place when i could 'foresake' english for a while. i had my spanish guidebook with me and found it very useful. you could still find english spoken in hotels and tourist spots but i liked it that even the bank staff spoke spanish only (in my experience).

spanish is a very fun and easy language. it just speaks of the spirit of its native speakers; easygoing, friendly and honest, so i felt and picked up the language with a finger snap;^)

here are some words for you to indulge your spanish senses:
- Do you speak English?: Hablo Ingles?
- restaurant: restorante
- cash: caja
- toilet: baño
- good morning: buenos dias
- good evening: buenas tardes
- fast: rapido
- slow: lento
- expensive: cara
- cheap: barato
- hungry: hambre
- thirsty: sed
- stop: alto
- pass: passe
- street: calle
- next (week): proxima
- last: pasada
- right: derecha
- left: izquierde
- to walk: camino
- excuse me (permission to pass e.g): permiso
- you are very kind: usted es muy amable
- i like Mexico: me gusta mexico
- this hurts: me duele
- today: hoy
- yesterday: ayer
- tomorrow: mañana
- monday: lunes, tuesday: martes, wednesday: miercoles, thursday: jueves, friday: viernes, saturday: sabado, sunday: domingo on my way to the pyramids of Teotihuacan, i met with a lovely family; a mother and two daughters. as i understood, they were from santa cruz and spoke no english. they kept me a good company for the whole day, and so we were passionately speaking in spanish...can you imagine what this would look like? lol

we together climbed up the first pyramid for snapping photos. then i convinced her with my superior espanol that we'd go to the other pyramids in order to get some 'energia' for our spirits. Titi, the mother, felt very tired but as soon as i raised up my arms high in the air and uttering 'energia', she felt all passionate and energetic again to do another 'alto' climbing:D

the fun yet interesting part, i've met a couple of mexicans who kept correcting my spanish 'grammar'. very keen for me to speak proper spanish.

Entertainment at stop lights

by chris_i79

When travelling the streets of downtown Mexico you will notice at lot of people performing at red lights. Generally as traffic come to a stop people will enter the cross walk and do all sorts of things. My favorite was these three. When I first arrived in the city I asked my friends why was there was a little boy dressed in a tiger costume hanging aroundt he intersection. As the light turned red two older boys came in front of the car. One of the boys jumped on the others shoulders. Then the tiger climbed to the top and they began running back and forth performing for pesos. A three person high tower crowned with a tail wagging tiger....Only in Mexico City

Packing List

by mlafren

Don't forget to bring a jacket when in Mexico City or anywhere in the mountains, it can get quite cold as it is high. Good walking shoes are a must, the cobblestones are uneven. There are holes in the streets and sidewalks so always look down when you walk. One woman tripped and was lucky to not hurt herself. I don't leave home without my Pepto Bismol.

Diego Rivera

by melosh

Here is a little hint, if you want to see works of Diego Rivera do not miss the Hacienda de Educacion. You have to show your passport to enter, but it is still probably free. It is only several blocks from the back of the Cathedral and therefore could be visited after or before a visit to the national palace. Try to avoid visiting during teacher union protests -- we got trapped inside for 6 hours a number of years ago. We were the only non-Mexican tourists visiting making me think this is one of the often missed places to see.

San Angel Neighbourhood.

by Aptypo

San Angel.
(San Angel Neighbourhood).

The southern area of the city has excellent restaurants several hotels offering a complete range of business and tourist services.
San Angel, a traditional neighborhood, lies to the southeast of the city.

The resident artists and writers, winding cobblestone streets, colonial mansions, Saturday afternoon crafts bazaars, local chops and colonial churches give this area its own cozy and fun atmosphere San Angel would be a good choice for a day out of the city center.

It's an elegant, old neighborhood with lovely colonial architecture.

Many of the local houses, with their capricious architectural details, today serve as centers for different cultural, artistic and commercial activities.

San Angel is also home to many excellent restaurants, and nightclubs as well as boutiques offering irresistible displays of fine handicrafts.

Not only for conventional shopping.


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Address: Bolivar 8, flat 102, Centro Historico, Mexico City, 06000, Mexico