Sheraton Suites

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Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena St #200, , Mexico City
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1 day in Mexico City

by aretenda

I will be spending 24 hours in Mexico City. Could somebody advise me the safest and best way to spend those 24 hours.

Re: 1 day in Mexico City

by euskaldun

If you only have 24 h, you could take one of the hop on - hop off tourist buses. They will show you around the most interesting (safe) areas for tourists and you can decide where you spend your time. In my opinion, the two unmissable sights in Mexico City are the Zocalo Square and the Archaeology Museum, which are sadly, far away from each other, but could be done in one day.

Re: 1 day in Mexico City

by aretenda

Thank you. What about the Teothihuacan pyramids?

Re: 1 day in Mexico City

by osoeno

Teotehuacuan is an amazing place to see and definitely a must. You could possibly visit there and the 2 other things you mentioned in one day, but it would be a long, harried one. If this Is your first trip I might suggest that you take the turibus for an overview and then visit the museo de antropologia and Riveras murals in the national palace on the Zocalo. possible itenary:

9 am national palace (have your passport with you, you cannot enter without it)
11 am board turibus on the other side of the cathedral from palace
12 pm get off bus and enter museo de antro (you can get on and off all day)
3 pm walk outside and check out the voladores if they are there
3 30 pm walk across paseo de la reforma and about a half mile east to the museum of modern art- some stunning art, including pieces by frida and diego and a lot more.
5 pm reboard the bus and circle around the tour.

your appetite will be wheted and you can visit los piramides on your next trip.

Re: 1 day in Mexico City

by cachaseiro

I would take the metro to the Zocalo and then visit the area around there and after that walk up towards belas artes and take some time to see some of the excellent art museums you have there.

The pyramids outside Mexico City are fantastic, but it's a bit of a long journey when you only have 24 hours.

Re: 1 day in Mexico City

by aretenda

thank you for all the great advice.

Re: 1 day in Mexico City

by Dymphna1

You might try going to see Our Lady of Guadalupe. There was an apparition there and it is quite amazing. The color on the cloth actually hovers just above it. The cloth is over 400 years old and still in good shape, it even fixed it's self once after a fire.

Re: 1 day in Mexico City

by marttonius

an important thing to know is what day of the week you will spend in Mexico. If you will be here on monday, most museums and archaeological zones will be closed. but if you wont be here on monday, and as I can see your interest could be go to teotihuacan pyramids, you wont regret spending the day in that amazing place. you can go early in the morning and be back in Mexico city in the afternoon and you would be able to hop on the touristic bus and take a look at the city which could be a nice way of finishing the day.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

General Information and Stats on Mexico City

by Arial_27

- Mexico City is the largest city in the country, and the 2nd the largest in the world with a population of the metro area of over 20,000.

-It sits an evelation of 2,240 metres above sea level.

-It is coloquillay known by Mexicans as "D.F." which means "distrito federal" - federal district.

-It is the most economically and industrially important city in the country, and for that reason it holds a lot of the country's wealth. It is home to some of the most important universities, museums, monuments and stadiums in the world. It is also rich with gastronomy and culture.


by filipdebont

People, as photography is one of my hobbies, I just love to make pictures of people. One thing, if you want to make pictures of people in Mexico, first ask this people if it is allowed to make a picture. Because it is kind of rude to start photographing as a paparazzi. Do not forget, you are not on a safari, be gentle and ask permission. (And in fact, this is not only for Mexico)

For tipping in restaurants:...

by Ainda

For tipping in restaurants: the tip is not included in the price of dishes make sure you tip them the 10% of the total account.
To greet people: Say Gracias! Muy bueno!

Talk to people, we love to talk!

Flexible Steel Cable/Chain

by Aptypo

Get a 1.5 metre long plastic coated STEEL CABLE of proper dimensions with loops at both ends. With it and the padlock, it make sure your backpack doesn't disappear on city trnsport at night. It cannot prevent anyone from opening the backpack to steal some of its contents, but the cable prevents the whole backpack from disappearing.

Polyforum, diamond of steel, light and color.(2)

by Aptypo

Its architecture is unique: a double geometric structure, 12-sided on the outside and octagonal on the inside.
The structure of the Polyforum suggests a diamond mounted on a steel setting.
Viewed from any angle, this octagon looks like an ellipse, an illusion created by the original perspective conceived by Siqueiros for his interior mural.
The exterior of the Polyforum is actually an enormous easel with 12 masterpieces on it.
Each one consists of 160 square meters of sculpted painting and depicts symbolically a theme.

Another of its unique characteristics is its four different interior levels, which make the utilization of space very versatile.
First level is multi-purpose and houses the offices.
Second level contains a circular theater which seats 600 and can be used for lectures, seminars, small concerts and other cultural events.
Third level is called the National Forum.
Fourth level is the Universal Forum, the walls and dome of which are completely covered by the world's largest mural ever painted, known as 'La Marcha de la Humanidad' (The March of Humanity).

The mural covers 4331 sq meter (46,618 sq ft) of curved and sculpted wall space is a surprise, as is the richness of its form and color.
It depicts the opening of a dome on one side and its closing at nightfall on the other. At opposite ends, two gigantic pairs of hands symbolize Man -in his desire to dominate and create- and Woman -in her search for peace and harmony.
The second part of the mural describes the march of humanity toward the future revolution. Science and technology will be used to build a new world where peace and culture reign.

'La Marcha de la Humanidad' was Siqueiros' last great work, he died only two years after its completion.

Under the dome there is a rotating platform which can hold 1,000 people, thus allowing the audience to 'march' together with humanity through its history and toward the cosmos...

701 Insurgentes Av., next to WTC (World Trade Center).


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