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Mexico City in One Day: Teotihuacan Pyramids Early Access and Historical City Sightseeing Tour
"After early morning hotel pickup in Mexico City your tour starts with the 30-mile (48-km) drive north to Teotihuacan a World Heritage–listed archaeological site that dates back to 100 BC and is known as the ‘City of the Gods.’ You’ll arrive as soon as the site opens before most tour groups and visitors begin to fill up the place. With an informative guide explore the plazas murals and structures during this peaceful time of day that enhances the ancient city’s already-mystical atmosphere. Hear stories and facts about Teotihuacan’s long history and recent discoveries and see sites like the Temple of Quetzalcoatl
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Private Tour: Mexico City By Air in One Day from Cancun and Riviera Maya
"You will be picked up and taken to the airport of Cancun. You will be on the early morning flight to Mexico City. Once you arrive in Mexico City you will meet your official guide. Begin with a sight-seeing tour around the city center including the inspection of the Socalo the political center of the country. Observe the Cathedral and the Presidential Palace with the famous murals of Mexican artist Diego Rivera. Next you will pass on the most beautiful street in Mexico City Paseo de la Reforma which is famous for a huge number of monuments and memorials. After the city tour
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Mexico City Segway Tour: Reforma by Night
"Your segway adventure begins as you meet your guide and group in a central meeting point in Polanco. You will put on your helmet and receive a 15-minute training session to learn how to use the segway control the speeds stop go up and down sidewalks and make turns. Once this is done it is off to drive the segway. You will drive all the way to Horacio Avenue where pedestrians and bicycles pass on by daily and you will slowly learn to better maneuver the segway. Around 30 minutes
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La Zona Rosa

La Zona Rosa literally means "the pink zone", and is the gay district in Mexico City. There are a lot of bars, dance blus, strip clubs (for the gay and the straight) places to eat and shop. It is a...
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Arial_27
Aug 23, 2009

Zona Rosa - a.k.a "The Pink Zone"

The Zona Rosa is reminds me a bit of Soho. It is a fusion of boutiques, bars, restaurants, mom & pop shops, and street vendors. Great place to shop, eat, hang out, etc., anytime day or night. The...
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rmlopez74
Apr 17, 2006

Zona Rosa

If people-watching is a favourite occupation when you're in a foreign city, the sidewalk cafes of Mexico City's Zona Rosa is the place for you. The is the smart end of town, a mix of gracious and...
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TheWanderingCamel
Mar 14, 2006

Zona Rosa

The Zona Rosa was once one of the most happening areas for dining and nightlife, but according to most of the locals I spoke with it's more known as a "gay-borhood" nowadays. There are still some nice...
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acemj
Jan 01, 2006

Zona Rosa

In the late 19th century the Colonia Americana contributed with two things: diagonal streets unlike the traditional north-south orientation of the city, and residences in French style, adorned with...
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AnnaLupilla
Nov 23, 2005

Paseo de la Reforma and Zona Rosa

The original stretch of Paseo de la Reforma was a 12-km-avenue that linked Castillo de Chapultepec to the city center. Nowadays, this avenue is at least twice as long: its west end links up with...
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AnnaLupilla
Nov 22, 2005

Zona Rosa, specially for tourists.

Zona Rosa (Pink Spot).Built in the 1920's and reminiscent of Greenwich Village.In 1951 a succession of whirlwind changes was initiated which would eventually transform the placid residential enclave...
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Aptypo
Oct 06, 2003

Zona Rosa

This is the a place where you most likley meet other foreigners. The street is full of bars and restaurants. And you will always meet people there. The prices are a little bit higher as somewhere...
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Nike333
Aug 26, 2002

La Zona Rosa (the Pink Zone)

It is filled with hotels, restaurants, boutiques, bars, discos and table dance. Very close is the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (Mexican Stock Exchange), lots of businesses, and the American and Japanese...
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ephobius
Aug 25, 2002

Zona Rosa

This is a partially pedestrianized area south of the Paseo de Reforma. It is really overhyped, but if you just need to buy something like Gucci or Movado en Mexico City, this is the place to go.
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el_ruso
Mar 02, 2005

The Zona Rosa.

This represent an area downtown with a very high concentration of hotels, restaurants and stores.Also high concentration of tourists.
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Pierre_Rouss
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near La Zona Rosa

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Paseo de la Reforma

The Paseo de la Reforma is a long boulevard that connects the city centre with Chapultepec Parc. It is dotted with interesting modern architecture, for example the "Caballito" sculpture, the stock...
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Turibus

Even though I like to explore the city by myself, this time i opted to board The Turibus which takes you pretty much everywhere and is a Hop-on - Hop-off service around the city, By the way I decided...
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Museo de Arte Moderno

The building which holds this museum itself is part of the collection, as it was built on purpose. Its architects, Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon and Abraham Zabludovsky, were awarded the National Art Prize...
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Monumento a la Revolucion

This art-déco monument dedicated to the Mexican Revolution, is in the Plaza de la República, where the Museo Nacional de la Revolución is also located. The building was actually commissioned by...
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Museo de Antropologia

Amazing! I've spent hours at this museum, and been three times. I plan on going back. The ground floor has exhibits from the various indigenous groups of Mexico organized by region and the upper...
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Museo Franz Mayer

The bulding was built during the XVI century, and after 400 years it was a hospital convent. Nowadays shows one of the most important collections of apply arts: shows, music, teather, literature,...
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