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National Palace (Palacio Nacional)

The seat of Mexico's federal government since the age of the Aztecs (at least), the National Palace - or Palacio Nacional - is a working building, and many offices are off limits to visitors. You can, however, pass through the enormous baroque ... 

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4 star rating: Recommended
September 2012

Alight, this was a good tour....but no reason it can't be better. The guide was great and knew his stuff. The group was eclectic and from all over the world. The sights chosen speak for themselves. The on-the-spot decision to see Diego Rivera murals at the Min of Education worked out well (the palace on the Zocolo was closed for Sept 15 security preparations). Where the tour needs improvement: we did not sit down and have a meal together. part of what people want from these tours is to socialize. Feed them seated together for 40 minutes instead of forcing them to shop at a Nuevo Laredo type store for 40 minutes. Overall, enjoyed the tour.

Doing what: Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

3 star rating: Worth doing
November 2011

Very good tour of the city for my first day in Mexico. I especially enjoyed the Palace and the Diego Rivera murals. Guide had a real encyclopedic knowledge of everywhere we went.. Well done!!

Doing what: Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
September 2013

The tour guide was very knowledgeable but was in a hurry. We just stood in front of the president's palace and were told that the president comes out of the balcony twice a year. The ride we took tot he museum of anthropology was an old mini van which did not have air conditioning. We were seated in the back therefore we did not have a window to open,

Doing what: Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

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