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  • Sign of Tenochtitlan
    Sign of Tenochtitlan
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    Map of Tenochtitlan
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  • Map of Tenochtitlan
    Map of Tenochtitlan
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  • 1. Monuments

    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...

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  • 2. Zocalo

    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...

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  • 3. Around Town

    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...

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  • 4. Cultural Experiences

    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...

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  • 5. Other

    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...

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  • 6. Religious Places

    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...

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  • 7. Museums

    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...

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  • 8. Teotihuacan

    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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  • 9. Chapultepec

    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...

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  • 10. Zona Rosa

    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...

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  • 11. Nearby Cities

    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...

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  • 12. Mexico City safe

    Mexico city is very safe if you know the places or the hour that them are safe. Here we live million of people thah work , go to theate, movies, parks, walk ,...

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  • 13. Why in Mexico City?

    Mexico City is located in the Valley of Mexico, a large valley in the high plateaus at the center of Mexico, at an altitude of 2,240 metres, making it among the...

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  • 14. Mexico City-Tenochtitlan

    The city was originally built on an island of Lake Texcoco by the Aztecs in 1325 as Tenochtitlan, which was almost completely destroyed in the 1521 siege of...

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  • 15. Typical Food of Mexico City

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  • 16. Mexico City Eateries

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  • 17. Tours of the City

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  • 18. Galleries

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  • 19. Murals

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  • 20. Colonial Buildings

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  • 21. Friendly locals

    I was in Poland about a month before this trip to Mexico City and met Adriana on a train from Krakow to Oswiecim (Auschwitz). By the end of our journey she told...

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  • 22. Monumental city

    Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world (I've seen it anywhere from 3rd to 12th on lists of the world's largest cities) and it has plenty of...

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  • 23. Great VTers

    I was lucky on this trip to meet two great VTers in Mexico City, Carlos (claubarsa) and Laura (Laura_Mexico). Like most VTers I've met, they were extremely...

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  • 24. Weather or Not

    The best time to visit Mexico is between the months of November and May. While I was there the city experienced a very unseasonal rainstorm but the rain washed...

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  • 25. Acclimate

    People respond differently to the high altitutde of Mexico City. It is not uncommon to experience a headache and even a nose bleed during the first day or...

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