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Ancient Mexico
Travels & Tours,
Pictures, Photos,
Images, & Reviews.

Cuadros Antiguos de México
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George and Eve Delange

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Aztec Calendar Stone.

Touring Mexico:

The places that we have listed on this page, are for places that you can also visit, if you are touring Mexico.

Most of the sites can be seen by spending about an hour, to an hour and a half on the site. Some require about two hours, and some, such as the National Museum of Anthropology and History, take almost a full day to see.

Simply click on the links listed below, to see our tours of the sites. Feel free to write us if you wish more information.

We wish to thank Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia; for some of the information and photos on our web pages. We share our information and images with Wikipedia.

We are simply two 70+ Year Old Newlyweds, who enjoy traveling. We are not a tour company, but we do try to give good advice to tourists.

We suggest flying into one of the large cities in Mexico and arranging to stay in a local hotel in Mexico. Then, arrange for either a tour, a car, or a local driver, to visit the many interesting places in Mexico.

There are many very good hotels in Mexico, and if you need a place to stay; can arrange that for you too. In fact, we think they are the best way to do it!

We have personally, booked flights, hotels, and vacations, through and we can highly recommend them. Their website is very easy to use!

We have some links to on this page, since they can arrange all of your air flights, hotels, a car, or a tour.

We of course, appreciate your use of the advertising on our pages, since it helps us to keep our pages active.

We also have links on this page, that will connect you with several of the best hotels in Mexico. Hotels that we have personally used!

Another way to safely tour Mexico would be to book a hotel, and then to let them arrange for either a car, or a tour of Mexico. If you call their Concierge Services, ahead of your arrival, all of this can be pre-arranged for you.

You could also make these arrangements through their Concierge Services, after your arrival.

In addition to using Priceline, we have also used the above, last method, many times, when traveling in Mexico. We have also found it to be safe and we have never experienced a problem, doing it that way! -- But, It sometimes, is more expensive than using Priceline!

Also, don't worry too much about having to learn Spanish or another language. Many people in hotels and in transportation, know how to speak English or another language!

We have placed information on this page as to how to obtain very good maps of Mexico, by the Guia Roji Company. These are simply the best maps of Mexico. Some are in English as well as Spanich.

Driving In Mexico:

Driving your car or a rental car in Mexico, is much like driving in the USA. We have driven ourselves around Mexico for many years. In one trip we drove over 7,000 miles.

However, you must have car insurance, and it must be purchased from a Mexican Company. All American, & Canadian Auto Policies are not valid in Mexico.

We have placed advertising for good, reliable Mexican Insurance Companies on our page, in case you wish to investigate purchasing Mexican Auto Insurance.

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Click On Links Below To See Tours Of Mexico
That We Have Taken & Recommend.
Note: We Are Not A Tour Company.

Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico.
Border Town.
Malpaso Dam.
Acolman 16th Century Convent.
Near Teotihuacán & México City.
Mayapan Archaeological Site.
Alvarado Port. Veracruz.
Anahuacalli Museo Diego Rivera. Metropolitan Cathederal, Mexico City.
Balamku, Rio Bec Region. Mexico City, ( & Area)
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Basilica de Guadalupe, Mexico City. Mitla Archaeological Ruins, Oaxaca.
Becán, Rio Bec Region. Mogote Archaeological Ruins, Oaxaca.
Bella Artes, Palacio, or
Palace Of Fine Arts. Mexico City.
Monte Alban Archaeological Ruins, Oaxaca
Mormon Temple. Mexico City.
Museo Diego Rivera - Anahuacalli.
Blue House, or ( Frieda Kahlo Museum ),
( Museo Frieda Kahlo ), ( La Casa Azul ).
Museo Frieda Kahlo, or ( Frieda Kahlo Museum ),
( Blue House ), ( La Casa Azul ).
Naco, Sonora.
Border Town.
Bonito Juarez Museum,
At The Palacio Nacional or National Palace.
National Museum of Anthropology and History.
Book Of Mormon Lands In Mexico, Possible Locations!.
Bull Ring or Plaza de Toros,
Mexico City.
National Museum Of History.
Museo Nacional de Historia.
Chapultepec Castle
(Castillo de Chapultepec).
Cacaxtla. National Palace or Palacio Nacional.
Calakmul Archaeological Ruins.
Calakmul Biosphere Reserve
Rio Bec Region.
Nogales, Sonora.
Arizona, USA Into Nogales, MX
Border Crossing.
Calakmul Archaeological Ruins.
Calakmul Biosphere Reserve
Rio Bec Region.
Oaxaca City And Local Areas.
Campeche, City Of Pirates. Oaxaca City Videos.
Cancun. Palacio Nacional or National Palace.
Cantona, Puebla Grand Ancient City.
Largest Mesoamerican City Ever Discovered!
Palenque Archaeological Site.
Catemaco. Papaloapan River Basin
& Lagoon
Castillo de Chapultepec
(Chapultepec Castle)
Museo Nacional de Historia.
Plaza Three Cultures.
or (Tlatelolco), Mexico City.
Chacchoben, Quintana Roo. Plaza de Toros or the Bull Ring,
Mexico City.
Presa Netzahualcoyotl.
Puerto de Alvarado.
Chalcatzingo, Ancient Olmec City. Quiahuiztlan Archaeological Site.
Chapultepec Castle
(Castillo de Chapultepec)
Museo Nacional de Historia.
Rivera, Diego - Murals
At The Palacio Nacional.
Chapultepec Park
“Bosque de Chapultepec”
(Chapultepec Forest).
Rivera, Diego - Anahuacalli Museo.
San Luis Rio Colorado.
Santiago Tuxtla, Veracruz.
Chetumal. Santo Domingo Convent Monastery, Oaxaca.
Chetumal Museum. San Lorenzo, Ancient Olmec City, Veracruz.
Sasabe, Arizona. USA.
Boarder Crossing
Into Sonora, Mexico.
Tapachula City In Chiapas.
Near Izapa Ruins.
Chicanna, Rio Bec Region. Templo Mayor ( Tenochtitlán ), Mexico City.
Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins. Tenayuca.
Cholula, World's Largest Pyramid ! Tenochtitlán ( Templo Mayor ), Mexico City.
Cinco de Mayo,
(The Battle of Puebla)
Coba, In The Yucatan. Teopanzolco, Ancient Tlahuica City.
Comalcalco Ruins, Tabasco. Teotihuacán: "Where Men Became Gods!
Conjunto Lamay, Rio Bec Region. Teotitlan Archaeological Ruins, Oaxaca.
Constitution Square, The Zócalo. Tlatelolco, Iglesia de Santiago.
Xitle Volcano Vent.
Tlatelolco, (Plaza Three Cultures) Mexico City.
Cuicuilco, Mexico's Oldest Circular Pyramid. Tonina Chiapas, Large Mayan Ruins.
Cuilapan Monestary And Church. Tres Zapotes, Ancient Olmec City, Veracruz..
Dainzú Ruin In Oaxaca. Trotsky Museum At Coyoacan.
Dolores Olmedo Patiño Museum. Tula; Toltec Ruins.
Dzibilchaltun. Tule, Worlds Largest Tree.
Dzibanche, Quintana Roo
Rio Bec Region.
Edzna, Campache, Rio Bec Region. Xitle Volcano Vent.
Ek Balam, Yucatan. Xochicalco, Ancient Olmec - Xicallanca City.
El Azuzul, Ancient Olmec City, Veracruz. Xicallanca, or Xochicalco, Ancient Olmec City.
El Tajin Archaeological Site, Veracruz. Xochicalco, or Xicallanca, Ancient Olmec City.
El Tajin Totonac Voladores, Ancient Ritual. Xochitecatl.
"Espacio Escultorico"
Xitle Volcano Vent.
Xpujil, Rio Bec Region.
Frieda Kahlo Museum, or ( Museo Frieda Kahlo ),
( Blue House ), ( La Casa Azul ).
Yagul Archaeological Ruins, Oaxaca.
Frieda Kahlo & Rivera Diego Museum,
( Anahuacalli Museum ), Prehispanic Art.
Zaachila Archaeological Ruins, Oaxaca.
Huijazoo Archaeological Ruins, Oaxaca. Zempoala Archaeological Site.
Izamal, Pyramid & Monastery. Zócalo, Constitution Square, Mexico City.
Izapa And "The Tree Of Life" Stone.
Jalapa Museum Of Anthropology.
Juarez, Bonito - Museum.
At The Palacio Nacional or National Palace.
Lake Catemaco.
Lambityeco, Ancient Zapotec City.
( La Casa Azul ), ( Blue House ),
Museo Frieda Kahlo, or ( Frieda Kahlo Museum ).
Las Pilas, Ancient Olmec - Aztec City.
La Venta, Ancient Olmec City, Tabasco
LaVenta Park, Villahermosa, Olmec Heads
LDS Temple. Mexico City.
LDS Temple. Villahermosa.
Los Algodones, Baja California.
Border Crossing

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