Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites at the WTC

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Dakota 95, Col Napoles, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 03810, Mexico
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites at the WTC
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Day trip to Tula / Tepotzotlán

by happy32


I am very much interested in visiting Tepotzotlán in combination with Tula if possible, but could not figure out the logistics how to visit both?

Do I take the bus to Tula, visit the ruins and take a taxi to Tepotzotlán, visit the museum and take a bus back to Mexico city?

Your advice is much appreciated.


Re: Day trip to Tula / Tepotzotlán

by osoeno

I think the way to do this would be to take the bus from Mexico Norte to Tula (several possibilities, but the local AVM is frequent), return toward Mexico Norte by the same route, but get off at the toll caseta Tepotzotlan and from there catch a local bus to the center of town, or a taxi, its only a little more than a mile. To return to Mexico City board a 'Rosario' bus on Avenida Insurgentes on the other side of the street from Posada San Jose. You will end up at the Rosario metro station, which of course is on a different line than Autobuses Norte, but the Metro is easy to navigate once you are on it.

Re: Day trip to Tula / Tepotzotlán

by pencho15

I am not sure about the logistics either, but Osoeno's answer looks like what you should do. Wathever your choice I would not recommend taking a taxi from Tula to Tepotzotlán, they are two towns that are on different states of Mexico, I don't now if a taxi driver would be willing to make the trip for you, but if you found somebody then it would be very expensive.

Re: Day trip to Tula / Tepotzotlán

by pedroebc

take a bus to tepotzotlan.. and later a taxi to pachuca or tula ( expensive ) better come back to mexico city and take at bus station the bus to pachuca

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Mexico City's Centro Historico

by Casadecolores

Never hesitate to stay in the Centro Historico of Mexico City. This is where I begin many wonderful adventures in central and southern Mexico. I always feel safe, and am instantly immersed in Mexico's culture, past, present and future. Quality accommodations ranging from budget to luxury, mind-boggling culinary choices and eye-popping architecture are all within walking distance of the true heart of Mexico, its Zocalo. I have many wonderful memories of Mexico City. The Zocalo always holds something new and exciting, no matter how many times you return... On one trip I was blessed with an incredible traveling art exhibit, Ashes and Snow, ensconced in the Zocalo in such a way as to appear permanent, even though it was constructed of shipping containers and bamboo... When my taxi approached and I saw this phenomenal structure and believing it to be permanent, I asked my driver what had been erected in the Zocalo. "It's art!" he enthused. "I've lived here all my life and it's always something different in the Zocalo -- it may be war, it may be love, but it's always different and never boring!"

I agree with my driver. The Zocalo is a very special place to spend time, and I look forward to being there during each return visit.

Insurgentes Av.

by Aptypo

The longest avenue in whole Latin America starts in Basilica zone, north edge of the city, to lead us to the Tlalpan District, south edge of the city, and it is often intersected by other important streets, so you will find heavy traffic at all times.
It is one of the most important avenues of the city, that has parks, public squares and monuments, shopping centers, restaurants and bars, offices and bussines centers, hotels, apartments and residences, schools and universities, theatres, cinemas, museums, cultural centers and exhibition halls...

From downtown to the north there are a lot of popular, even dangerous, nighborhoods and the only one important place for a tourist travel could be the Basilica de Guadalupe (Basilica of Guadalupe).
There are many important neighborhoods and Districts along and arround Insurgentes Av. from downtown to the south such as Del Valle and N?poles, Roma, Hip?dromo, Condesa, Escand?n, Mixcoac, Guadalupe Inn, San Angel and others.

There is also the Ciudad Universitaria (University City) and the Cuicuilco archeological site.

Some of this neighborhoods have turned into the most prestigious of Mexico City thanks to its central location and pleasant mood that reflect the cosmopolitan air of the zone. Others have a traditional mood and ancient history, others a bohemian air or an intelectual character.

To sume up, Insurgentes Av. is a place to discover and enjoy Mexico City in a friendly way.

xochimilco,"floating islands" and traffic jams!

by cbeaujean

20km SE from zocalo
xochimilco means "the site where the flowers are growing"
more than 3000 boats,mainly "trajineras" or flat-bottomed boats ,full colored,carrying tourists,mariachis orchestras,photographers,food,restaurants....

see also travelogue!!!

Pet Cage Cooling Fan

by Aptypo

Over 100 hours of use with 2 alkaline D-cell batteries. Can be used with a 3 volt adapter. Hangs easily onto any pet cage or carrier. Retractable hooks allow for easy storage. Ultra quiet operation. Can also be used at home or in the office as a desk fan.

Iztaccíhuatl and Popocatépetl...

by ephobius

Iztaccíhuatl and Popocatépetl mountains.

If you like climbing you must go to visit these giants. Both are more than 5,000 meters high. You must be almost an expert if you want to reach the top. If you are like me, a once-a-decade climber 8D you can reach the snow lower level (1 km below the top). Popo rarely smokes, then it is prohibited to climb.

There are bus trips to Amecameca, the starting point for climbers. Look for it on a map. There are mountain lodges.


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 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites at the WTC

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Address: Dakota 95, Col Napoles, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 03810, Mexico