St. Isidro Corporate Housing

San Isidro 63, Mexico City, 11650, Mexico
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3 days on my own

by cootowain

I'm going out to Mexico city in july to join a tour but the tour starts three days after I go out because the flights were much cheeper. Im 28 yr old male and going on my own and want to make the most of my time there. has anyone got any advice on places to go/see or places where its easy to meet other tourists Id rather try and meet up with a couple of people in a similar situation if possible. So if anyone is going out july 21st and fancies a bit of sightseeing let me know.

Re: 3 days on my own

by melosh

I do not know of your comfort requirements, but let me suggest going to a hostel like the Catedral on Doncelles street. I think hostels work better for meeting like minded travelers then hotels. Usually they have private rooms for those not interested in dorm sleeping. Check out the hostels mentioned by VT members. I stay at cheap hotels and only mention the Catedral Hostel (not the hotel) because of having noticed frequent VT citation.

Another little trick would be to either join a city tour or buy the ticket for the city multi-hop on and off circuit and try to hookup with some fellow travelers at that time.

You do not mention your travel experience, so just let me warn you that YOU should choose your own taxi's, friends and informants.

As far as what to do before your tour, this of course partly must be determined by what is included in your tour. I would suggest you consider going to a folkloric show at Bellas Artes, going to a Charreada (Mexican Rodeo), going to the bullfights (Although this is not really a good time of the year for this.) or perhaps going to a Mexican variety show such as you might find at the Teatro Blanquita near the Mariachi square. These things can all be done safely alone. I am sure that there are also a number of museums not included or not adequately included in your tour. A day spent at the Anthropological Museum would be a day well spent. It is one of the greatest museums in the world.

Have a great time,

Re: 3 days on my own

by osoeno

If you check into a hostel downtown you will be able to meet other travellers-there's the aforementioned catedral, the moneda and the mexico city hostel, all close to each other and all of them good enough.

The turibus is an idea that you might enjoy. It costs about 12 US, good for all day. You can board in a number of places including the northwest corner of the cathedral which is close to the hostels, and get off at a number of different places to explore and then reboard.

At the same place near the cathedral you can trade your passport for a bicycle for 3 hours, free of charge. This is really fun on Sunday. You will see where everybody is going and just join the herd.

An off the beaten track recommendation: El museo anahualcalli. Its a surealistic, bizzaro templelike structure that is stuffed with Diego Riveras pre hispanic artifact collection. There is an amazing view of the volcanos from the top floor. Take the tren ligero (from metro taxquena) to Xotepingo then walk west on calle museo for almost a mile. About a third of the way you have to cross a very busy street- its safe if you use the light.

Melosh is right. El museo de la antropologia has got to be one of the top 5 museums of any type, anywhere on the planet. The nearby museum of modern art is good. These are free on sunday.

Have fun!

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Leaning buildings

by Enzyme_X

While walking through Mexico City, specially the central part, you'll probbably notice that some buildings are leaning. Some of them quite a lot. There are two reasons. One is that the ground here is unsolid (used to be bottom of the lake). The other reason is that the area where Mexioc lies is teutonically active. The combination of both results in that whole center of Mexico City is slowly sinking.

Dolores Hidalgo

by cobrioc

In 1810, a radical priest gave a rousing plea for revolt that ignited the push to owerthrow Spanish rule. When we stopped at the town, the main plaza was filled with mexican flags , music and scores of families.
For mexicans, visiting this town and church is
akin to an American going to Philadelphia to see the Liberty Bell.

Mexican refreshments

by pencho15

While traveling in my country you will find Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola beverages everywere, but instead of drinking those why don't you try one of the many mexican soft drinks?

Probaly the most important company is Pascual Boing, wich is the one you will find more easily in Mexico City, their symbol is the Pato Pascual (Pascual Duck) wich is very similar to Disney's Donald Duck, for many years they were the absolute leaders in the mexican refreshments market, but many troubles between the workers nad the owners provoked a conflict wich made the empress close for three years, now they have returned as a cooperative but they have lost their place in the market and have a hard fight to survive. They sell two refreshments (Pascual and Lulú) each one with various flavors and some juices called Boing.

Another very important company is Novamex, wich makes the also famous refreshment called Jarritos wich today is the biggest mexican company, you'll find their products anywhere in Mexico and even in some places in the United States, they also sell a famous Apple beverage called Sidral and another brand called Mundet.

For years Peñafiel was an independetn company, but in 1992 they were bought by Cadbury, they sell different refreshments like Squirt, Orange Crush, RC Cola, Canada Dry and the most famous a mineral water called Peñafiel. (website

Other less important brands are Titán, Yoli (wich you wil surely find if you visit Guerrero) and El jarochito (very popular in Veracruz), Del Valle and Barrilitos.
All of this refreshments are hradly selled in restaurants where Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola have almost a complete monopoly, so if you want to try them you must look for them at mini or super markets.

If you want to stick with the two big companies you could try a refreshment called Manzanita Sol (Pepsi) or Manzanita Lift (Coca) wich as far as I know are only sold in Mexico.


by Aptypo

Its soft, lightweight fabric wicks moisture and dries quickly. Well-placed vents help keep you cool. Roll-up sleeve tabs to convert from long to short sleeves in seconds. The machine washable shirt also provides 30+ UPF sun protection with an adjustable sun collar, hidden security pocket and pleated chest pockets.
There is almost no place on the globe where you can be without a good warm SHIRT. Bring one or two tough flannel shirts, but leave them at home if the travelling destination is really hot.

Go to Puebla, you can stay in...

by mocca

Go to Puebla, you can stay in there too, but if you are not it is also an easy day trip from Mexico city. It is an old town, with a nice zocalo and a beautifull cathedral.
It is also lot safer and cleaner than Mexico city.


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Address: San Isidro 63, Mexico City, 11650, Mexico