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"Private Tour of Mexico City
"Private Tour of Mexico City Teotihuacan Pyramids and Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral""Mexico City is a city of contrasts the largest metropolis in the world.  The private tour begins with a sightseeing trip around the city center including a visit of the Plaza of Constitucion or Zocalo the political center of the country. Observe the Cathedral and the National Palace with the famous murals of Mexican artist Diego Rivera and Templo Mayor. You will see also The Palace of Fine Arts. Next you will pass on the most beautiful street in Mexico City
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Mexico City Segway Tour: Reforma Avenue
"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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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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Paseo de la Reforma

Paseo de la Reforma Avenue is without a doubt one of the most emblematic avenues of the city. With its recently remodeled landscaping, urban works, new pavement and illumination, it presents New...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Jan 05, 2012

La Reforma

The Paseo de la Reforma is Mexico City's grandest avenue and it was obviously modelled after the grand boulevards of Europe. Along the street, you'll find stately buildings, palaces and monuments....
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acemj
Jan 01, 2006

Paseo de la Reforma

Once only lined with mansions and palaces, the Paseo de la Reforma is now the center of modern Mexico City with skyscrapers replacing old mansions. The avenue is one of the main streets in Mexico City...
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MM212
Mar 17, 2006

Paseo de Reforma

Paseo the Reforma was originally called "The Emperess' Avenue" It was built on the orders of Emperor Maximilian I in the 1860s in honor of his consort Empress Carlota of Mexico. It was modeled after...
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anagrettel
Oct 17, 2007

Paseo de la Reforma and its Statues

'Reforma' refers to the 'Guerra de la Reforma' (1858 to 1861), which was the crisis of a long struggle between liberals and conservatives. Militarily defeated, conservatives favored French inversion...
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AnnaLupilla
Nov 22, 2005

Paseo de la Reforma, or goodbye to the Emperor.

Paseo de la Reforma.(Reforma Boulevard)During the mid-19th Century, Mexico City experienced painful encounters with the imperialism conduct of the United States of America and Eurpean countries,...
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Aptypo
Oct 07, 2003

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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MichaelFalk1969
Jan 20, 2014

paseo de la reforma and el angel

view from chapultepec palace.at the bottom.inependance monument,el angel.the paseo,one of the more magnificent avenue in the world.15km long,built by emperator maximilien to connect his residence to...
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cbeaujean
Oct 24, 2002

Paseo de la Reforma 1

The most modern street in the City, as seen from Chapultepec.The white columns in the front are a monument to the heroes of war with US in 1845.
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Feb 27, 2005
 
 
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Things to Do Near Paseo de la Reforma

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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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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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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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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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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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Polanco

as the city tour busy was driving me through, i could sense that it was the posh side of mexico city. international brands, luxurious shops, and embassies were the main feature of this area....
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