Hotel Diligencias

Belisario Dominguez 6, Centro Historico, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06010, Mexico
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Forum Posts

Aeroplus bus stop in Tepotzotlan

by shellyl

Does anyone know if the Aeroplus bus from the Mexico City airport that goes to Queretaro stops in Tepotzotlan?

Re: Aeroplus bus stop in Tepotzotlan

by osoeno

It does not. Tepotzotlan is on the way to Cuernavaca, not Queretaro, nevertheless all the buses from the airport do not stop until their destination(s). I think your best bet would be to make Tepo a side trip.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Take a look to the old...

by ciberamigo

Take a look to the old downtown, known as the Centro Historico (literally, historical center). It has high-quality baroque, neoclassical and eclectic architecture and many of the city's best museums; it also has the most charming authentic-mexican food restaurants. Many relevant buildings can be found around squares: Constitution square (Plaza de la Constitucion, El Zocalo) has the Cathedral, Sagrario (Cathedral's parish church), Palacio Nacional (Presidency building) and the City hall twin buildings; Santo Domingo square has its homonym temple and the Inquisition Building; Tolsa square, the Mining college, central post ofice and the National Museum of Mexican Art (Museo Nacional de Arte).

Ask first before you click your camera!

by dls28

If i could give anyone some good advice about mexico city - its when using youe camera, use it with a little discretion. In the zocala you will see people performing purification rituals which may seem like great photo ops, but please bear in mind that its a real person, doing something thats very real to them. Coyoacan is a good place to take photos of the hussle and bustle of mexico city at the weekend market.. people wont mind camera pointing so much there especially but just try to be respectful .. what may seem kitsch or cool to you may be just a normal person doing there normal thing and you dont want to cause any fuss or trouble on a trip.

Mexican people are warm!

by Laura_Mexico

Mexican people are usually very open, warm and hospitable, and they do their best to help tourists when they need to be oriented. However, it's not very easy to find people that speak English around here (especially common people you find on the street, cause people in the hotels or big restaurants are more likely to speak English), so you may have some problems communicating with Mexican people. However, they'll help you as much as they can most of the times. Be careful though, because as I said in the WARNING section, there can be some people that may take advantage of you if they notice you're a lost & defenseless tourist. When shopping in the street or small markets you should keep in mind that vendors usually rise their prices for tourists, cause they know people from abroad are ready to pay for stuff regardless of the price, and so they sometimes abuse you asking for more money than the stuff is really worth. So learn how to bargain and don't show much interest in the stuff you like, that way they will lower the price.

poor hands with great smiles and rich hearts

by Manyana

poverty is very common in mexico. with expensive real estate and living expenses, life can be really hard for many mexicans - marking their daily routine with hardship and challenges.

regardless of all this, the few days i've spent in mexico have shown me that poverty was never a barrier to the way of a bright smile. all the people i have talked to or bumped into, simple and sophisticated, they all had this charming smile of a rich heart full of love and generosity of spirit, putting all the hardship of their lives behind their back. they greeted me, gently spoke to me, welcomed my query, guided me to the right direction, gave me a great smile, and never asked me to pay back. i felt that i wasn't alone on this planet!

as my mexican friend once said, 'this is us mexicans; if you are happy, we are happy'

High Design shopping

by cinthya_in_victoria about Santa Fe and Mazaryk

In Mexico City you will find glamorous and sophisticated shopping malls and boutiques. A fine place to go shopping is 'Santa Fe' mall if you want to see the whole picture. You will find an enormous mall, the two biggest department stores of the country (Liverpool and El Palacio de Hierro) and multiple small boutiques, art galleries, etc.

But if you like high design shopping, you can take a look at the small boutiques located at Mazaryk Avenue (in Polanco Neighbourhood).

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Address: Belisario Dominguez 6, Centro Historico, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06010, Mexico