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Mexico City Private Tour
"Your private tour of Mexico City begins with hotel pickup. Meet your driver who knows all the main routes and traffic patterns in the city. You will enjoy a great tour seeing the major sites in the city. Pass by Paseo de la Reforma one of the most beautiful avenues and see the Diana Fountain and the Angel of Independence. You will then head to Zocalo (main square) and enjoy a walking tour of the historic downtown learning all about the major buildings in each corner. You also have the option to visit the Anthropology Museum (entrance ticket not included) or visit the suburbs of Lomas de Chapultepec.Your guide will share his knowledge of the best thin"""Enjoy a 4-hour private tour of Mexico City aboard a comfortable vehicle and with professional drivers. Your guide will provide security comfort and confidence as you explore some of the main sights in the city including the Angel of Independence. Your tour is private so you will enjoy the comfort of your own car for just you and your group."
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Full-Day Private Guided Tour: Essential Mexico City Highlights
"Beat the Mexico City's notorious traffic and queues with a private driver who wants to see you get the most out of your day. You'll be picked up from your hotel or accommodation and taken exactly where you need to go throughout Greater cen cultural historic gastronomic or shopping interests you have and you like to see the world. With that in mind this is a personalized tour itinerary for you: 100% flexible to you your feedback and
From $270.00
 
Mexico City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Board the bus at Zona Rosa and then enjoy recorded audio commentary on board while you sit back and relax. As the open-top double-decker bus transports you around Mexico City hop on and off as many times as you like within a 24-hour period. Buses depart every 30 minutes giving you flexibility to explore the city from morning until night.The Zócalo once the center of Aztec capital Tenochtitlan and now one of the largest public squares in the world provides a natural starting point for your tour. You can’t miss the huge Mexican flag in the center as well as the massive and imposing National Palace. Listen to fascinating history when you arrive at Plaza Manuel Tolsá
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Small shop selling handmade figures

This is the coolest shop in Mexico city. It's in the Zona Rosa, 1 block off the main pedestian street. Sells over a hundred of small scenes like the one in the picture as well as other small...
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Street vendors and local shops

All over Mexico you can find local shops selling local wears and crafts. Look around and they are not hard to find, it would be tough to list them all and I couldn't tell you the name of one of them....
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Campos Eliseos 218, Colonia Polanco, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 11560, Mexico
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Insurgentes Sur 553 Colonia Escandon Distrito federal, Mexico City, Central Mexico 11800, Mexico
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Periferico Sur 5530 Colonia Pedregal de Carrasco, Mexico City, Central Mexico, 04700, Mexico
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Avenida Revolucion No. 583
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Madero 30 Col. Centro, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06000, Mexico
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Things to Do Near México

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Iglesia de la Santa Veracruz

Iglesia de la Santa Veracruz is yet another fine example of Mexican churches from the 18th century with maroon-coloured bricks and a red dome. It is located in the Bellas Artes area not far from el...
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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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Plaza Garibaldi

Yes its true that Mexico city isn't known for mariachi, but if you're not traveling to any other locations head to Garibaldi (metro stop). 5 blocks from the station there is a square where mariachi is...
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Palacio Nacional

This baroque building on the eastern side of the Zocalo square dates back to the 16th century and was built on the site of the former Moctezuma Palace. It is to this day the residence of the Mexican...
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Museo del Templo Mayor

There is an excavated area right behind the cathedral with what remains of the main temple in the Aztecs' Tenochtitlan. Next to it there is a museum with displays on history of the Aztec religion and...
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Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso

This former Jesuit monastery in the vicinity of Zocalo square hosts various temporary exhibitions and is also famous for remarkable "murales" (educative frescoes) by various Mexican artists like...
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"What a big BIG town!!!"
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"A Short Trip To The Capital City"
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