Hacienda San Miguel Ometusco

Jose de Teresa 36, Mexico City, 55960, Mexico
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cheap hostel in zocalo

by sannella

i'm going to mexico city in july,do you know any cheap but clean hostel, or hotel, near the centre, like zocalo or pink zone? i'd like to book a room before leaving, so do u know a good internet site where booking?
thank's and good time!

Re: cheap hostel in zocalo

by stamporama

If you'll check out the Mexico City hotel tips, there's both a hostel and hotel near the zocalo. My family of 3 stayed at the Hotel Catedral just 2 weeks ago and our room cost US$ 85/night inclusive of breakfast. The private bathroom was a bit crampy and there was no air conditioning, but the ceiling fan was sufficient to keep us cool. Check the hotel website below:


Re: cheap hostel in zocalo

by sannella

thank u, but it's too expensive for me. i can spend 20/25 $ USD at night. do u know hotel Isabel,or mexico city hostel?

Re: cheap hostel in zocalo

by Manyana

hotel catedral also operates a hostel on the other side (the back side of the hotel). the hostel is directly facing the zocalo square.

i only have passsed by it but you could go always there and see, should be cheaper than the hotel i reckon!

good luck


Re: cheap hostel in zocalo

by zapfilms

on www.hostelworld.com you can reserve and check out options. I LOVE hostal de montejo, its near polanco easy to access and in your budget range, the guys that run it know everything about DF and speak fluent English. Problem with staying near the Zocalo area is it dies at night whereas other end of Paseo de la Reforma is very fun at night...

Travel Tips for Mexico City

See the zoo in the park of...

by Kaitlin

See the zoo in the park of Chapultepec . It´s free of admission and so much fun!!

Also remember the ruins of Teotihuacan about 50km north of the City center. In Teotihuacan you can find the biggest temple of Mexico, the temple of the Sun. To get to the top you must climb up to 62 meters in thin mountain air. I admit even I had to stop for a while to rest!

More about Teotihuacán below... New Year´s eve in Zocalo (the main square in the pic). We had just arrived and the music was great...

Ich bin ein Berliner in Mexico !

by ronaldpk

It was quite funny to find things reminescent of Berlin. El Angel on Avenida Reforma reminded me of Siegesaule in Berlin and I thought of "Der Himmel ueber Berlin" of Wim Wenders (one of my favourite films).
The local barrel organ players carried instruments with German inscriptions, like for example "Schoenhauser Allee". I wonder how these instruments came to Mexico.

Presentation Does it matter

by anagrettel

In México city presentation does matter if planning to go to restaurants or nightclubs, etc. better have some nice clothes people here really will treat you different based on your appearance. You can find almost all the necessary equipment for emergency but the price will be almost 3 times the price than in USA. No matter the month you're traveling always bring sunglasses and an umbrella, you will never know what to expect.

Floating Gardens

by Enzyme_X

Remains of Aztec ''floating gardens'', Xochimilco [''Place where flowers frow'' in Nahuatl] are located some 20km south from Mexico City center.
You can board trajinera* for a slow ride round the gardens. I must say, I was a bit dissapointed with Xochimilco. Nothing really fascinated me and it was kind of boaring.
I think this is more apropraite for larger groups, that can have a party on trajinera.

To get to Xochimilco take metro No. 2, direction Tasquena, get of at the final stop and here take Tren Ligero to Xochmilco.

Zona Rosa.

by Aptypo

Zona Rosa (Pink Spot).

Shopping is one of the favorite pastimes for many Mexico City visitors and Paseo de la Reforma (Reforma Boulevard) is filled with a wide range of stores focused to tourists, mainly along its central extension.

Most of the superior and deluxe category hotels are located here, as well as the city's finest restaurants, historic landmarks, public buildings, bars and shops.

Just for conventional shopping is Zona Rosa but remember that everything is very expensive.

You'll also find the highest concentration of beggars anywhere in the city.


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