Things to do in Mexico City

Top Things to Do in Mexico City, Mexico - Mexico City Attractions

Things to Do in Mexico City

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  • Angel H
    2 contributions
    Amazing experience. Very enlightening and great learning experience about our past and history. Highly recommended.
    Written September 23, 2022
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  • SiddharthK
    Stanford, CA114 contributions
    Great place to spend a few hours in CDMX. Lovely views, gardens, murals and stain glass paintings. The entrance fees is 85 pesos - can pay in cash or by card. Access to the castle is after walking up a little bit of an inline. No food or water is allowed inside the castle - there are lockers that you can use. There are a few guides right outside the castle that you can hire. Inside most signs are in English and Spanish. Bathrooms are available in the park but not in the castle (make sure you have 5 pesos coin so you can use them).
    Written September 14, 2022
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  • Lupe G
    Palmdale, CA3 contributions
    Attended mass and visited all there was to see in the Basilica, We bought some items that we were able to have them blessed by a priest too! Everything was clean and just beautiful!
    Written September 20, 2022
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  • tlcj19
    3 contributions
    Big city, great hotel Barcelo; went to see Xochimilco
    Garibaldi ( be careful, just stay in the park ) best thing was to take the red sightseeing bus, because it covered a lot… drink bottled water only careful with the ice cubes ..
    Written September 3, 2022
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  • BearTravels33
    Phoenix, AZ317 contributions
    This was part of a tour. I really enjoyed the park and the church. There are some restaurants looking over the square and when you turn down one street, you are on a street with a lot of vendors.
    Written September 12, 2022
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  • Greg
    Middletown, CT4 contributions
    Like most, we were really looking forward to this museum. We were nervous at first because we arrived after the 15 minutes past our ticket time but we were still allowed in. The rooms, artwork, decor, and landscaping were well kept. Very clean and easy to navigate. One of the staff, Ivan, was very friendly, answered any questions we had about Frida and the museum. He also offered additional information about the exhibit and city. There was also a lot of educational content throughout the house about Frida, Diego, and other family members.
    Written September 11, 2022
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  • DMNQ
    Boston, MA5 contributions
    The zocalo itself is pretty cool, but it is also surrounded by beautiful and/or interesting buildings. You can also see where they are doing new renovations on the Aztec temples in the corner of the zocalo. There were awesome Aztec priest re-enactors in super detailed costumes in the zocalo as well, performing cleansing rituals and blowing on jaguar whistles. Fascinating!!!!!!
    Written August 17, 2022
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  • Eduardo T
    Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico36 contributions
    An afternoon of culture in Mexico city. I went to the Soumaya museum where I would appreciate very nice and beautiful sculptures, specially the extensive collection of Rodin sculptures, paintings and ancient artefacts from Mexico and the world......!
    The place, the museum itself, it is an impressive and architectural building with an excellent distribution and environment.
    Written September 14, 2022
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  • mishaklein
    Norman, OK10 contributions
    Such an important site for understanding the scale of destruction wrought by the Conquistadores, and the glorious extent of the society that was there before.
    Written August 15, 2022
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  • BearTravels33
    Phoenix, AZ317 contributions
    This was a very nice experience and nice gardens. The lake with the pedal boats looked cool. You can also exit the park and head to the Independence Statue and then circle back to explore more of the gardens.

    Bring a lunch and just chill!
    Written September 12, 2022
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  • EvatheDiva
    Chicago, IL83 contributions
    We were fortunate to view this astounding site with our excellent private tour Mr. Israel Mendoza, who knew every mural and told us the history and meaning of every segment of this monumental work by the great Diego Rivera.
    Written August 26, 2022
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  • vashonsialnd
    vashon95 contributions
    We were able to go inside and see the mural of Diego Rivera and an astounding amount of great sculpture. We were told that since the new President has decided to live there, it is no longer available for the public.
    Written September 4, 2022
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  • jadeacollin
    Liverpool, UK125 contributions
    Such great fun and a must do!!

    We attended the Sunday match at 5:00pm. I would recommend arriving about 20 mins before to purchase tickets and drinks.

    We decided not to purchase on Ticketmaster after reading other reviews. We used the ticket office at the entrance to the stadium and paid 250 pesos each and had really good seats about 10 rows back from the ring. You have the option to purchase cheaper or more expensive tickets depending on your budget and where you want to sit. You can pay cash or card.

    The ticket office and entrance is on Calle Doctor Lavista You will see the stalls selling merchandise before you go in. You will know you are heading in the right direction when people start asking you to buy tickets on the street!!

    As we arrived for 5pm and finished at about 7pm we didn’t feel unsafe in the area. We took the metro to Cuauhtemoc and walked about 8 minutes to reach the stadium.

    You can buy drinks, beers and crisps as you go in and there are also plenty of sellers who will serve you at your seat too. Drinks were good value 50 pesos for a bottle or 100 pesos for a large (two bottles in one cup).

    The arena was about 30% capacity but a great atmosphere. There were a number of different groups and characters in the ring during the evening and it was great fun to see good vs evil with some jaw dropping moves!
    Written August 12, 2022
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  • BearTravels33
    Phoenix, AZ317 contributions
    This street is really nice and has sidewalks and walking path down the middle. It is really an interesting blend of old and new.
    Written September 12, 2022
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  • Fernández Martí... S
    World7 contributions
    Since my childhood I have lived in Mexico City but I had never been to this museum so when I went on an excursion I regretted not having gone earlier.
    The museum is large and very educational, I personally like the history of the second world war so that experience made what I had forgotten more valuable. I really enjoyed it a lot, I didn't buy food but living in the city I know it's a bit expensive. Definitely a memorable experience since it is a museum where you learn a lot in an easy way and that you will enjoy if you like history.
    Written June 12, 2022
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