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Gay Heritage Walking Tour in Mexico City
"Your walking tour starts in an Aztec site to know about attitudes towards the human body in the Pre-Hispanic age. After this we arrive to a square where ""sodomites"" had to face inquisition in early times. Learn about this and also know how famous men and women managed to have relationships in different historical times. You'll also pass shops with colorful display of bizzare objects handicrafts and curious corners. Then you'll walk along lovely colonial mansions some of them with the memories of elegant men and women devoted to their lovers.Finally
From $80.00
 
Gay Heritage Walking Tour in Mexico City
"Your walking tour starts in an Aztec site to know about attitudes towards the human body in the Pre-Hispanic age. After this we arrive to a square where ""sodomites"" had to face inquisition in early times. Learn about this and also know how famous men and women managed to have relationships in different historical times. You'll also pass shops with colorful display of bizzare objects handicrafts and curious corners. Then you'll walk along lovely colonial mansions some of them with the memories of elegant men and women devoted to their lovers.Finally
From $80.00
 
Mexico City Segway Tour: Downtown Zocalo
"Your segway adventure begins as you meet your guide and group in a central meeting point next to Av. Reforma (Krystal Hotel) Just behind Sonora Grill sign. You will put on your helmet and receive a 15-minute training session to learn how to use the segwa control the speeds stop go up and down sidewalks and make turns. Start the tour going to the Alameda Park while you listen to interesting fact about this area feeling the fresh atmosphere of this colorful park with water fountains and marble floors that connect to the Bellas Artes Theater. After 20 minutes enjoy great views of this place with the majestic ""Torre Latino"" a very emblematic symbol of Downtown
From $98.00

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Bazaar El Sabado at San Angel

I had heard a lot about this bazar/market but had never taken the time to visit it, since it's very far away from where I live. I knew it had become popular among tourists and I thought it was mainly...
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Re: Tour to Teotihuacan

There is a post in here about the tourist trap bus that takes you to Teotihuacan and asks if there's an alternative. The answer is YES! We avoided the tourist bus for exactly the reasons stated but...
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currency exchange

you may think that the airport would be the worst place for exchange rates but its actually better than the exchange centres you will find in the city (theres alot on reforma around zona rosa)When i...
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FRIDA, ICE CREAM AND A JOLLY LONG WALK !

coyoacan is a pretty little place in mexico city, known to most as being the home of the frida kahlo house and the famous coyocan weekend markets. You can get there by metro but the walk from the...
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Shopping in downtown

There are all kinds of shops spread in a very wide area in downtown Mexico City. You can find almost whatever you can think of: clothes, shoes, books, jewelry, computer and electronic stuff, CDs/DVDs,...
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Souvenir Items in Artesanias El Quetzal

Do not buy your souvenirs in Artesanias El Quetzal on your way to Teotihuacan. The prices there are 4 times compared to those sold while walking at the pyramids in Teotihuacan... plus it's the same...
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Plaza Garibaldi - Hidden service fees

Some restaurants have hidden fees. If you do not ask, you will get robbed. You will be approached by people in the plaza with fliers of great entertainment in the restaurant. Free of charge and with...
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Ahhh, the tourist bus

Actually, this isn't a bad idea if you only have a day or two in Mexico City. For 100 pesos (115 on the weekends), this bus will take you all over the historic core, down Reforma, Polanco, Chapultepec...
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Parque de Alameda

This park on the westside of Palacio de Bellas Artes is one of the city's "lungs". Lots of benches, and statues invite visitors to walk around a little. This is what officials say... My friends told...
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Tour of the Shrine of Guadalupe

Grayline tour of the Shrine of Guadalupe was a sham.The guide first took us down to a gift shop and gave us 20 minutes of walking around. When it came time to visit the Shrine, we were informed that...
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Airport Money Exchange

From what I've seen, the best exchange rates you'll find are at the Benito Juarez airport. So, I'd recomend that you change most of your money there. And don't make a mistake, like we did, when we...
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La Ciudadela is the place for handcraft and stuff

There are several markets in Mexico City where you can find magnificent pieces.If you are staying in La Zona Rosa (Pink Zone) you'll feel tempted by the Market at Londres Street, which they call...
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Mexico City Airport Taxi

You buy a ticket for a taxi from the aiport and you pay for an executive car or van, when you only really need a sedan. Unless you ask for a sedan they will sell you the more expensive and porbably...
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You must know Your Taxis

Someone might come up to you at the airport and offer to take you to your hotel...you need to avoid them,they will rip you off..you must get a tiket for a {Safe taxi{.They have stands that sell the...
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Top Hotels in Mexico City

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Campos Eliseos 204, Col. Polanco, Mexico City, 11560, Mexico
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Paseo de la Reforma 500, Colonia Juárez, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico
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Donceles 95, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06020, Mexico
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Andres Bello 29, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 11560, Mexico
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Av Cinco De Mayo 61 Col Centro Colonia Centro, Mexico City, 06000 Mexico
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Avenida Juarez 70, Colonia Centro, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06010, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Mexico City

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Zocalo

The Zocalo (also known as Plaza de la Constitucion) is the main square in the historic centre of Mexico City - also the largest city square in Latin America. The main architectural treasures of the...
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Bosque de Chapultepec

The most extensive park of Mexico is very popular among the locals and is a great place for a weekend stroll. There is lots to see and do here: among the main attractions are the monument dedicated to...
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Teotihuacan

I was not sure what all I wanted to do in Mexico City. I did know one thing which I found via the internet, they have Pyramids. I had booked the early morning tour due to the fact that there would be...
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Xochimilco

Fight that sinking sensation which you may be feeling if you have read about the slowly disappearing Mexico City by floating on the ancient canals at Xochimilco. Each weekend this World Heritage Site...
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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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Bellas Artes

This beautiful, multi-domed building is Mexico's national theatre, known as Palacio Nacional de Bellas Artes. It replaced a previous theatre, and was built in two stages and under two architects. The...
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