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Virgin of Guadalupe

Mexico City, Mexico
52-55-5512-5207
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Shrine of Guadalupe Tour in Mexico City
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Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe
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  • Average7%
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“modern church” (10 reviews)
“holy mass” (3 reviews)
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Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I only visited this religious shrine because it was included in a tour of the pyramids at Teotihuacan. I'm not Catholic, so wouldn't have bothered otherwise. However, the old basilica is an interesting bulding. Its subsiding foundations means that it lists to one side even...More

Thank Sarah P
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

An impressive church, with especially impressive evidence of the city's sinking foundations (the walls are clearly sloping and the lights dangle at odd angles to the floor!). Clearly a major site of pilgramage for Catholics, but not much to engage with if you're not one...More

Thank Monty10001
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Beautiful church with paintings, depictions of the Virgen of Guadalupe and impressive altar and chapels

Thank PSztain
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Always in my heart...very especial place to visit the Basilica is huge and it amazing to pray there.

Thank Cristina O
Reviewed 14 April 2017

It was great to visit many historic places. The Virgin of Guadalupe is a must see on a trip to Mexico City.

Thank larryj664
Reviewed 12 April 2017

this place is huge so take at least 1/2 if not a whole day to take it all in. it's a lot prettier than most of the pic's as there is a new and old section.

Thank Lawrence D
Reviewed 9 April 2017

A must place to visit for all faiths; but most important by Catholics fulfilling a promise and/or a pilgrimage from all over the country. Also the bedrock of where the Virgen of Guadalupe was first seen!

Thank lastunasboard
Reviewed 6 April 2017

The beautiful designs of the new Basilica welcome everyone to gaze upon Juan Diego's tilma adorned with the image of the Blessed Mother almost 500 years old. Read a bit on the history of the tilma before going, so when you see it in person...More

1  Thank Ellen F
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Millions visit this place every year and it is impressive. The plaza is huge and very old but the new church to the virgin is very modern and services are conducted on a regular basis. Their are older buildings around the edges of the plaza...More

Thank dennis d
Reviewed 4 April 2017

Even if you are not Catholic...You should make your way there. You can reach it by taxi, or a bus. I went by bus what it runs for long period of this. I would recommend to go the old church...but you could do both. I...More

Thank Tony M
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Hanaa B
How far the shrine of the virgin of Guadalupe where the tilma and the image presents from Mexico City airport can you take a taxi how much
18 May 2017|
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Response from ralfkrueger2211 | Reviewed this property |
It's not so far from the airport, but I can't tell you how much it is. I think Uber should be a good selection to do it.
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PrettyLady4u
I'll be heading to Mexico City in June. It's been awhile since I have visited La Villita and I'm looking forward to visiting in honor of my mom (was born in Mexico City) and dad who recently passed away. I remember when i went 6 + years ago people would put pictures and light up candles of their loved ones (there was a memorial). Is this still there? Could we still do this? Leave pictures of our deceased loved ones and light up and pray in memory of them? I look forward for a response to this question. Thank you all.
16 May 2017|
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Response from DaveC774 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I am afraid that I cannot give a definite yes or no, but I will be most surprised if you are not allowed to do so. I hope your plans go well and that your visit gives you solace.
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