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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour

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Mexico City, Mexico
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icon6 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 1 more

Overview

New to Mexico City and not sure what to see? Hop on this 5-hour Mexico City sightseeing tour by coach and delve into the history and art of the sprawling metropolis. An informative guide takes you inside the Metropolitan Cathedral, the largest church in all of Latin America; the National Palace; and the Anthropological Museum, home to the famous Aztec Calendar Stone. Hotel transport included.
  • 5-hour sightseeing tour of Mexico City
  • Visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, the largest church in Latin America
  • Stroll through the Chapultepec area and see its various attractions
  • Stop at the National Palace and the Museum of Anthropology
  • Pickup and drop-off from most downtown Mexico City, Reforma and Polanco hotels included
Immerse yourself in Mexico City on a city tour offering interest for all types of visitors. Whether you're into history and art, or just looking for adventure, you'll travel by coach to some of Mexico City's highlight attractions. After convenient pickup from your downtown Mexico City hotel, visit the following sites (entrance fees are included) and learn informative commentary along the way.

Swing by the National Palace, one of the world’s oldest government seats dating back to 1693, which houses the President's Office and the Ministry of Finance. Admire the Diego Rivera murals that cover the inner hallways of the building.

Inside the Metropolitan Cathedral, the largest church in Latin America, discover many art treasures of the colonial period. Hear about how this church's construction took over 250 years to build, shown in its various architectural styles.

If you’re a fan of Aztec and Maya culture, you’ll enjoy the exhibits of the Anthropological Museum, considered one of the best archaeological museums in the world. Come upon the Aztec Calendar Stone, burial tombs, giant Olmec stone heads and a reconstructed Maya temple.

During your tour, discover Chapultepec, an urban oasis in Mexico City.  This cultural and recreational space spans 2,100 acres (850 hectares) and is the site of five museums, two lakes, a zoo, an amusement park with one of the world's largest roller coasters, a tranquil botanical garden and peaceful pathways.

Your 5-hour city tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.
Itinerary
Stop At:  
National Palace (Palacio Nacional)
Admission Ticket Free
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Museo Nacional de Antropologia
Admission Ticket Included
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Historic Center (Centro Historico)
Admission Ticket Free
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Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)
Admission Ticket Free
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Lago del Bosque de Chapultepec
Admission Ticket Free
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Parque Zoologico de Chapultepec
Admission Ticket Free
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Monumento a los Ninos Heroes
Admission Ticket Free
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Bosque de Chapultepec
Admission Ticket Free
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Mexico City Sightseeing Tour?
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This activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers.

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  • "NOTE: lots of walking so wear comfortable shoes and clothing." See review
  • "It is worth the time and money paid for it." See review

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I lost 2 tour booked from viator, company did not give accurate i formation
marciabaez
, Dec 2019
I bought a tour with hotel pick up, when i arrive to mexico, i call to reconfirm driver, tney said my hotel was out of the area , viator knew from the begging my hotel Information, i was a 2 hours from location local operator could pick me up, so I lost the tour, my time and know, not sure if they will refund my money, second day, i took a taxi to Pick point for the second tour i had booked with this company, guess what, they left me , i was 10 minutes earlier, i call The local operator. They said they leave early because they have enough people. Never will buy from this company. People sounds from asia, so they are reselling local tour but without the proper information
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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour
hksh1234
, Dec 2019
The tour is good and very informed , but is a lot of walking, fortunately the weather is very nice, not too hot but comfortable , I think the tour is decent.
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Great choice!
Sharnie R
, Oct 2019
This was a very worthwhile tour, Oscar our guide was very professional and passionate about imparting information on the history of Mexico. He coped magnificently with 3 languages, spoke fluently in English, French & Spanish so no one missed out on any explanations. We saw a number of good sites, enjoyed a great coffee and finished the tour with a walk in the Historic downtown area - it was excellent!
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Very knowledgeable guide
Akhter M C
, Jul 2019
Jose was very knowledgeable, thorough, prompt and well organised. I really enjoyed, the tour. Our guide was passionate about his work. And that rubbed off on us. Could not be better!
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Good Introduction to Some Noteworthy Mexico City Sites
Cruiser48912777136
, Jun 2019
The first, and longest, part of the tour was a walking tour of some noteworthy sites near our hotel in the Reforma area. We had not expected that much walking, but it was not overly taxing. Then we drove to the National Archaeology Museum, where the guide walked us through several of the exhibits, explaining important eras in the history of Mexico.
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Excellent and very knowledgable tour guide
Magz1983
, May 2019
Our tour guide whos name was Renaldo was excellent and extremely knowledgable about the history of mexico. Due to not many people signing up for the tour, we had the tour guide all to ourselves and he was fantastic at answering all of our questions. I would highly recommend this tour as it was great value and you really get a taste of mexico in a few hours along with a thorough history lesson.
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Overview: A great way to gain...
John B
, Aug 2018
Overview: A great way to gain insight into some of Mexico City's key historic sights. Our guide, Jose, really gets into the details much like a professor who is passionate about his area of expertise. NOTE: lots of walking so wear comfortable shoes and clothing. - Departure Details: Jose met us at our pick up point right on time. We then went to two nearby locations where we picked up four other tourists. Our total group had seven persons. - Metropolitan Cathedral and National Palace: We first strolled through a pedestrian zone/shopping district where we saw lots of colonial buildings. At the cathedral Jose told us all about it and we had time to check it out. A very peaceful place yet it is enormous. We were then escorted into the National Palace a short walk from the cathedral where we spent time learning about the famous Diego Rivera murals. Total time for both places was at least two hours. - Silversmith and Anthropological Museum: On our way to the museum we stopped in a neighborhood and saw a silversmith at work and had the opportunity to purchase some silver jewelry and souvenirs. The craftsmanship was amazing and the prices very reasonable. IMHO, this reminded me more of a wholesaler than a retailer. Spent maybe 35 minutes there then off to the museum. NOTE: bring your own lunch and snacks so you can spend all of your time at the museum looking around and no time in the cafeteria. We asked Jose if we could purchase lunch at the museum, which we did and it was lovely, but it turned into about a 45 minute sit down lunch which ate into our museum time, pun intended. - Chapultapec Area: We didn't stroll though this area, although this is where the museum is.
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Very good tour! Our guide Jose was...
Kyle S
, Aug 2018
Very good tour! Our guide Jose was very knowledgeable and gave us a lot of information on the history of Mexico. When a couple of people were taking a long time looking in a silver shop, our driver took us to a local church and a small local crafts shop. Was a vey nice tour.
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So much ground covered in numerous...
Damien C
, Apr 2018
So much ground covered in numerous locations with an extremely knowledgeable guide. Picked up from hotel in modern air conditioned van and straight to it. Great locations - Post Office, Cathedral, Presidential Palace, Tiled house and Anthropology museum. Recommended
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Make sure you understand where to...
Kimberly S
, Mar 2018
Make sure you understand where to meet the tour. I was under the mistaken impression the we had hotel pick-up. Waited for two hours and no pick up.

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