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Touring Mexico City:

The places to visit, that we have listed on this page, are for places that you can easily visit, if you are touring Mexico City. Most of the places are within the city itself, some are in nearby communities, some are within about 90 miles of Mexico City.

City traffic being what it is in Mexico City: you should plan for about a 45 minute, up to a one hour drive, between the sites in the city itself. These would be about 7 - 15 km. apart. For outside of the city; plan on about 1 1/2 hours up to about 2 hours travel time to the sites.

Most sites can be seen by spending about an hour, to an hour and a half on the site. 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.

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 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.

In addition, we have placed information on this page as to how to obtain the best GPS units for Mexico, that you can purchase, as of today's date. With that being said, be aware that the Mexico GPS Maps that are in use today; are not totally up to date.

However, the ones we listed, are the ones mostly used by the locals in Mexico today.

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.


The Mexico City International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México or AICM), also called Benito Juárez International Airport (IATA: MEX, ICAO: MMMX) is the major commercial airport that serves Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. It is also Mexico's and Latin America's busiest airport!


We suggest flying there and arranging to stay in a hotel in Mexico City. Then, arrange for either a tour, a car, or a local driver, to visit Mexico City & it's surrounding areas.

There are many very good hotels in Mexico City, and if you need a place to stay; Priceline.com 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 Priceline.com and we can highly recommend them. Their website is very easy to use!

We have some links to Priceline.com 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 City. Hotels that we have personally used!

Another way to safely tour Mexico City would be to book a hotel, and then to let them arrange for either a car, or a tour of Mexico City. 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!



Special Note - To Arrange Tours:

A New Way To Arrange Your Tours Has Become Popular. It makes the process of getting a tour easy, and timesaving for you. It also is almost always less expensive. In most cases when you are at an attraction, you will be escourted to the front of the line, and be given special treatment.

It is viator.com. They can do all of the work for you and get you into some awesome tours of the various attractions.

Here is a link to viator.com where you can arrange many special tours in Mexico City. When you click on the link, you will find inexpensive tours of the "must see or do," sites in or near Mexico City. From my own experience, these are far less expensive, than what I have paid, in the past, to see the same sites!

You will find links to: the Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe, Chapultepec Castle and the National Museum of Anthropology, Xochimilco and National University of Mexico, Taxco and Cuernavaca, Puebla and Cholula Day Trip, Iztaccihuatl Volcano, Folkloric Ballet, Garibaldi Night Tour, Mexico City Airport Round Trip Transfers, & the Coyoacán and Frida Kahlo Museum plus Xochimilco and National University tours. Just Click Here: Find and book Mexico City tours and activities on Viator.com. Book ahead to save time and money!

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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.

Acolman 16th Century Convent.
Near Teotihuacán & México City.
Metropolitan Cathederal, Mexico City.
Anahuacalli Museo Diego Rivera. Museo Frieda Kahlo, ( Frieda Kahlo Museum ),
( Blue House ), ( La Casa Azul ).
Basilica de Guadalupe, Mexico City. National Museum of Anthropology and History.
Bella Artes, Mexico City. National Museum of History.
Blue House, or ( Frieda Kahlo Museum ),
( Museo Frieda Kahlo ), ( La Casa Azul ).
Bonito Juarez Museum,
At The Palacio Nacional or National Palace.
National Palace or Palacio Nacional.
Bull Ring or Plaza de Toros,
Mexico City.
Palacio Nacional or National Palace.
Plaza Three Cultures (Tlatelolco) Mexico City.
Cacaxtla. Plaza de Toros,
or Bull Ring.
Castillo de Chapultepec
(Chapultepec Castle)
Museo Nacional de Historia.
Rivera Diego, Anahuacalli Museum,
Prehispanic Art.
Chapultepec Castle
(Castillo de Chapultepec)
Museo Nacional de Historia.
Rivera Diego, Murals
At The Palacio Nacional.
Chapultepec Park
“Bosque de Chapultepec”
(Chapultepec Forest).
Templo Mayor ( Tenochtitlán ), Mexico City.
Cholula, World's Largest Pyramid ! Tenochtitlán ( Templo Mayor ), Mexico City.
Constitution Square, The Zócalo.
Cuuatzontle.
Xitle Volcano Vent.
Cuicuilco, Mexico's Oldest Circular Pyramid. Tenayuca.
Dolores Olmedo Patiño Museum. Teotihuacán: "Where Men became Gods!
Tlatelolco, Iglesia de Santiago.
"Espacio Escultorico"
Xitle Volcano Vent.
Tlatelolco (Plaza Three Cultures) Mexico City.
Frieda Kahlo Museum, or ( Museo Frieda Kahlo ),
( Blue House ), ( La Casa Azul ).
Frieda Kahlo & Rivera Diego Museum,
( Anahuacalli Museum ), Prehispanic Art.
Trotsky, Leon - Museum At Coyoacan.
Juarez, (Bonito) Museum,
At The Palacio Nacional or National Palace.
Tula; Toltec Ruins.
La Casa Azul, or ( Frieda Kahlo Museum ),
( Museo Frieda Kahlo ), ( Blue House ).
LDS Temple. Xochicalco, Ancient Olmec - Xicallanca City
Nearby In Cuernavaca.
Mormon Temple. Xicallanca, Ancient Olmec - Xochicalco City
Nearby In Cuernavaca.
Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli. Xitle Volcano Vent.
Xochimilco Floating Gardens.
Xochitecatl.
Zócalo, Constitution Square, Mexico City.


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