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  • Museo de la Tecnología (Technology Museum)

    The Mexican Revolution is celebrated on the 20th of November. This year, that day was a Friday but the calendar of the SEP (Secretaría de Educación Pública: Ministry of Public Education), which also regulates the calendars of many private schools, changed the day of...

    0 by Alison, in What to do México, D.F., one year ago
  • Papalote Museo del Niño

    How do you get there? To get to Papalote, you can travel either by public transport, car or metro. If you take the metro, you have to alight at Constituyentes station, and cross the street via the pedestrian bridge. You can see the museum from there, which looks like a...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do México, D.F., 2 years ago
  • Acuario Inbursa

    One of my favourite things about long weekends is that you can visit Mexico City and find it pretty much empty in comparison to other times of year. In Mexico, we call them "long weekends" when there is a national public holiday and you don't have to work. If the public...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do México, D.F., 2 years ago
  • Museum of Technology

    How to get there? To get to the Museo de la Tecnología, you can easily travel there by metro, alighting at the stop, Constituyentes, just leaving you to cross the street. It's located in a very convenient area in the Chapultepec neighbourhood, so when visiting this...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do México, D.F., 2 years ago
  • Chichén Itzá

    Chichén Itzá is one of the most important tourist attractions in Mexico. It's located in the Yucatán peninsula and is famous for the archaeological remains which came from the Mayan civilisation. Normally it's a must-do trip of any tourist agenda; it's a huge...

    0 by Ross, in What to see México, D.F., 3 years ago
  • Tulum

    Tulum is situated in Quintana Roo which in its time, formed part of the Mayan Riviera. This place is famous because in antiquity, the Mayan civilisation had a lot of importance. It's a walled city which used to act as a strategic place in front of other tribes or boats...

    0 by Ross, in What to see México, D.F., 3 years ago
  • Cenote

    A cenote is nothing more than a hole with water. They usually have a circular shape and connect with ground water. They often have vines which to me, seems to make them even more beautiful. Apparently, there are many cenotes within the Yucatan peninsular; the majority...

    0 by Beth, in What to see México, D.F., 3 years ago
  • Basílica de Guadalupe

    The mysticism which surrounds the site of the Basilica de Guadalupe is simply incredible. It is here in the valley where the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared cloaked before Diego. The Basilica is one of the largest buildings in Latin America, and is also a pilgrimage...

    0 by Helen, in What to see México, D.F., 4 years ago
  • Xochimilco

    Description and cost The entrance to the Xochimilco is free, but you need to rent a trajinera if you want to get the full experience. You pay by the hour and the tour is guided by a person that moves the trajineras using nothing but a huge wooden stick. In your travesy...

    0 by Paola, in What to do México, D.F., 5 years ago
  • Postal Palace

    Description The Postal Palace Office is one of the "must see" places in Mexico City. It is close to the Latin american Tower and the Palacio de Bellas Artes, so you can travel by Metro (for $ 5 Mexican pesos fee) and visit those three places in a single day! The Postal...

    0 by Paola, in What to see México, D.F., 5 years ago
  • National Museum of Anthropology

    History The National Museum of Anthropology is one of the most important museums in Mexico. The museum often displays international exhibits and it is sometimes free for students to visit (you have to show you ID student card), and free for the general (Mexican or...

    0 by Paola, in What to see México, D.F., 5 years ago
  • Café Avellaneda

    This is a place in Mexico City, where all coffee lovers must go. Its a really tiny small cafe, with calm, peaceful atmosphere situated in lovely colourful Mexican street. You can choose from any kind of coffee but try here a real espresso with no milk or sugar....

    0 by Lenka, in Cafe, cocktail, beer México, D.F., 5 years ago

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