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  • Sign of Tenochtitlan
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  • Monuments

    Mexico City Favorites

    The many layers of history accumulated plus the capital-city status have provided a large amount of statues and monuments to be found everywhere in the city. Paseo de la Reforma Avenue offers an historical stroll from the Centro Historico to Chapultepec park as the traffic circles commemorate historical events: The discovery of America in the...

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  • Religious Places

    Mexico City Favorites

    I was raised Catholic my whole life even though I now go to a Christian Church. Still, going to the Basilica was very emotional for me. I read a sign near the top of the Basilica that said that"you are stepping on Holy ground because this is the very spot that the Virgen Mary appeared to Juan Diego". It was all over whelming. I heard stories how...

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  • Around Town

    Mexico City Favorites

    It never understood that driving in DF is difficult, the amount of cars is inmense, and the patient is needed. Having learned to drive in big cities I gotten very easy acclimated to driving here,and really all it takes is patient and time.... going around areas that show the everyday life of people doing their daily work away from tourists places.

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  • Cultural Experiences

    Mexico City Favorites

    speaking spanish and never using any of my english was the greatest fun of all. i'm a language maniac and just found mexico to be the right place when i could 'foresake' english for a while. i had my spanish guidebook with me and found it very useful. you could still find english spoken in hotels and tourist spots but i liked it that even the bank...

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  • Zocalo

    Mexico City Favorites

    If you like history, you must check out the Historic Center. You'll find the Aztec ruins of their main temple, the cathederal that Cortes built in the early 1500s on top of the main Aztec pyramid, the Presidential Palace. On top of all this, there's all the activity and people there to see.

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  • Chapultepec

    Mexico City Favorites

    You have to visit Centro Historico (Historical Center), it is where the city concentrates at. There are pre-colombian, post-colombian, classic and neo-classic museums and expos. Shops are located by type i.e. clothing, electrinics, musical, etc. Palacio de Govierno and La Catedral sit around Zocalo, the city's most important square. Being that my...

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  • Other

    Mexico City Favorites

    online you can have it by Guias Roji, online and paper form at any Sanborn stores or other libraries types, also at LIverpool department stores. http://www.guiaroji.com.mx/ hope it helps walking all over zona roja.

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  • Museums

    Mexico City Favorites

    Well dont want to put each one, not photos of all and rather have a photo that is los or sitting in some boxes from many years, but for those searching for museums in Mexico City ,this is the loacl newspaper list, in Spanish of course, but you have all the names and addresses to look up the webpages Mexico DF (the city) has probably indeed more...

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  • Zona Rosa

    Mexico City Favorites

    Zona Rosa and adjacent Roma are the most "hip" and authentic places, since they have recovered from the 1985 earthquake, and now showing beautiful art deco 1930 building next to modern stylish apartments. A lot of parks adds to the atmosphere. Accomodation tips: CondesaDF, old building revamped with modern design, and elhostaldevictor.com, if you...

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  • Nearby Cities

    Mexico City Favorites

    Silver mining town called Real de Catorce, which is being reborn as a rugged tourist destination, that this one night reflected the range of experiences I had seen over a 10-day otur through what is known as the Colonial heartland of Mexico. In cities such as San Luis Potosi, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, Zacatecas and real...

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  • Teotihuacan

    Mexico City Favorites

    Visit Teotihuacan! Put aside a day for it and enjoy climbing the pyramids. It's simply breathtaking! Teotihuacan has it's own page now so the travelogue has been moved there.

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