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Private Acapulco City Tour
"A fun loving local guide and personal driver will gladly answer your questions as he guides you to Acapulcos´s most beautiful sites. Your guide will be happy to meet and pick you up at the lobby of your hotel the cruise ship terminal or even the airport.  You may tell him where to go or you can ask him to create an entire itinerary to suit your own interests and fulfill your own dreams.Your van driver and tour guide knows the city like the b you can relax in your personal van as you take in the scenic beauty of the city while someone else does all the driving telling you all about Acapulco.Some recommended spots to visit are Diego Rivera's Mosaic Mural the High Cliff Diving Exhibition Chapel of the Peace the Cathedral at the Main Square and Acapulco's Botanical Garden."""
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Viator Exclusive: Chapultepec Castle Early Access plus National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City
"Start your tour at Chapultepec Park the largest city park in the world and take a train up to the top of Chapultepec Hill and reach Chapultepec Castle (Castillo de Chapultepec). With this Viator Exclusive you'll arrive as one of the first visitors of the day to explore the 12 halls of the 18th-century castle and enjoy the rooms and exhibits without being jostled by crowds. During your 2-hour tour wander through sun-lit halls up and down marble staircases and into Neoclassical-style apartments. Hear about Chapultepec’s origins as a retreat for Aztec rulers before it was partially destroyed and rebuilt into the home of Emperor Maximilian of Habsburg. It then served as the resi from the pre-Columbian era through Spanish colonialism to Mexico’s revolution and its independence.Admire the state carriages of Benito Juárez and Emperor Maximilian
From $30.00
 
Mexico City Tour: Reforma Avenue and Polanco
"This chic adventure begins early in the morning with a pickup from your hotel or other locations in Mexico City. From there you will be taken to a journey down Reforma Avenue as you go by the holder of the “Angel de la Independencia” the icon of the city. You will visit the Anthropological Museum one of the biggest in town and the Chapultepec Castle. You will visit the Soumaya Museum an architecture modern marvel and the biggest aquarium in Latin America. Also
From $99.00

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Aztecs and mayan souvenirs

Be careful when buying the old craft from aztecs and mayan in Teotihuacán... First of all they are everything but old... there are lots of copies of old craft and historical pieces. It is hard to buy...
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Americans, on your toes.

The vendors at the pyramid have a well worked out banter. Take into account that most Americans think that all Mexicans are poor. And take into account that most Mexicans think that all Americans are...
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Aggressive Vendors at Teotihuacan

Beware of the vendors as you enter the city. They sell everything from Pringles and film to postcards and sombreros. If you are looking for something, they are sure to help. But if you're there to...
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Not in sunday...

I visited the ruins in a sunday afternoon, it was really crowded. Hundreds of people climbing the piramids, not a place to enjoy the wonderful views. But even with this inconveniences the place is...
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About crafts...

Do not buy in the first store that you find, usually the stores behind of the Administrative Building are expensive, ask in different places about the same crafts, you will be surprised. The best...
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Things to Do Near Teotihuacán

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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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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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Tres Culturas

Just North of the city center is this Aztec Temple ruin of the aztec city of Tlatelolco. These are by far the best preserved ruins in the city. It's a bit of a walk from the nearest metro but is well...
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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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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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Plaza Santo Domingo

I'm setting up this page in geographical order, so if you've been reading each tip so far we've been exploring the area right around the Zocalo. If you head a few blocks north of the Zocalo, you'll...
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