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1 Anthropology Museum & City Tour
Anthropology Museum & City Tour

Sightseeing & history

You are picked up from your hotel and taken to the Anthropology Museum, the biggest in Mexico. The building is one of the most beautiful examples of the Mexican contemporary architecture and you will visit the rooms of Mesoamérica – where the origins of the civilizations of old Mexico are shown – the Teotihuacán room, the Aztec room and the Mayan room before having lunch in a restaurant.

Then leave for Mexico City's downtown, going through Reforma Avenue, constructed by emperor Maximilian, where most of the important monuments are located. Then see La Alameda park and the Palace of the Fine Arts before arriving at Zócalo to visit the National Palace, with its walls covered by Diego Rivera frescos. Later drive through Chapultepec park before returning to your hotel.

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1 Anthropology Museum & City Tour

Anthropology Museum & City Tour

 
2 Mexico City Tour
Mexico City Tour

See all the sights

Here's your chance to tour around downtown, Mexico City. You ride down Reforma Avenue, built by the emperor, Maximilian, along which some of the most important monuments in the city are located; Juarez Avenue, along La Alameda Park and Bellas Artes Palace, designed and erected by the Italian architect, Adamo Boari, then 5 de May Street, until reaching the main square or Zocalo.

At this last site, you visit the National Palace, current seat of the government, with its walls decorated with frescoes by Diego Rivera, one of Mexico’s great contemporary painters. See the cathedral, a living example of colonial architecture; and the Templo Mayr. Then move on to Chapultepec Park, driving through Las Lomas residential area, one of the most high-end neighborhoods of the capital city.
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2 Mexico City Tour

Mexico City Tour

 
3 Puebla and Cholula
Puebla and Cholula

City of Angels

Leave from your hotel for the two hour drive to Puebla, also known as the City of the Angels. After arriving in the main square you can see some of the best examples of the religious architecture of Mexico Colonial times. Visit the cathedral, the Chapel of the Rosary – an architectonic jewel of the 18th century – the Parián craft market and many houses that date from the same time.

Then enjoy lunch and after spending more time in Puebla leave in the evening for the 20 minute drive to Cholula. Here you visit the Pyramid, one of biggest and most important of the region, with time to explore this fascinating structure where the Cholultecs were based. After this full day adventure you are driven back to your hotel in Mexico City.


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3 Puebla and Cholula

Puebla and Cholula

 
4 Taxco and Cuernavaca
Taxco and Cuernavaca

Strike gold in silver town

Leave from your city hotel and begin the one hour drive to Cuernavaca, which is known as the "Place of the Eternal Spring". There you visit the Cathedral, which dates from the 16th century, and still has conserved some frescos on its walls. Then continue to the picturesque town of Taxco, which is famous for its silver jewellery.

While in this hilltop town you also visit the pretty pink Church of Santa Prisca, which dates from 18th century, and is regarded as a jewel of the Mexican baroque architecture. Plenty of time to walk around and check out the bargains in the array of silver stores and enjoy lunch before beginning the two hour drive back to Mexico City.

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4 Taxco and Cuernavaca

Taxco and Cuernavaca

 
5 Teotihuacan Pyramids & Shrine of Guadelupe
Teotihuacan Pyramids & Shrine of Guadelupe

A Must see for all trips to Mexico City!!

We pick you up at your hotel and drive to the Basílica of Guadalupe, the most important sanctuary of Mexico. First, we will walk outside of the Three Cultures Square, where the main historical periods of Mexico (the pre-Hispanic, Colonial and the Modern ones) are represented. Visit to the new Basílica, where there is the original image of the "Virgin of Mexico". Architect Pedro Ramírez Vázquez constructed the temple in 1976. The old Basílica can be admired from the great vestibule that dates from the 18th century. In that place, on December 12th, hundreds of thousands Mexicans get together in pilgrimage to worship the Virgin.

The visit will continue towards Teotihuacán ("Place of the Gods"), 53 kilometers far from the Federal District, approximately one-hour drive. Visit to the archaeological site where the Teotihuacán culture settled. Visit to the Temple of Quetzalcóatl, the Pyramid of the Sun, the temple of Quetzal-Papalotl, the temple of the Plumed Snails and the Pyramid of the Moon –from this spot the Road of Dead is seen in all its splendor–. Return to the hotel.

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5 Teotihuacan Pyramids & Shrine of Guadelupe

Teotihuacan Pyramids & Shrine of Guadelupe

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