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Omg this is a must!!!! You have to visit Chapultepec if you go to CD DE MEXICO. It’s an incredible historic place right in the middle of the city... super clean, well maintained and people that work there is super nice. Perfect place to take...More
A Casttle in the city. With an incredible view. Full of history and impressive murals of
some of the best muralist of México. A nice walk to get there.
If I would just have time to visit one site in Mexico City, this would be...More
So we wen to visit this on Sat. Couple of things The Castle is in the park. No car access, you'll have to walk. Also expect an incline walk up the hill (so get your hiking shoes out). The path is paved so its fine....More
Setting, building is very nice. Just my luck I choose to go on a Sunday before their independence day. Sunday’s are free for nationals and it was a long weekend. The place was so packed I was overwhelmed and skimmed the place and left.
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No guide is needed for a basic tour. The Anthropology Museum offers most of its information in both Spanish and English, plan on a full day here, it is well worth seeing every room and every display including the opening... More
No guide is needed for a basic tour. The Anthropology Museum offers most of its information in both Spanish and English, plan on a full day here, it is well worth seeing every room and every display including the opening film before you even go in. I was really impressed with the way this museum is set up. Also, don't miss the doors that lead outside to give you a glimpse of what each particular culture's daily life might have been like.
The Castillo is mostly in Spanish but they offer a paper guide in English at the information booth before you go through the gates. Don't miss the breathtaking views from all sides of the castle! Enjoy!!