Daily except Sunday & MondayDuration
4 hoursStart time
9:30am (Pick up prior this time, please call to reconfirm exact pick up time)Meeting Point
Our pick up zones are: Polanco, Zona Rosa, Reforma and Centro. If your hotel is outside of this zones, you have to make your own way to our meeting point. Address: De La República 140,Tabacalera,06030 Ciudad de México, D.F.,México. We will see you in front of ISSSTE building; exactly at the corner of the revolution monument, behind Grand Krystal Reforma Hotel. At 9:15am.Ending Point
Your hotel in Mexico City
Don’t miss out some of the city’s famous architectural sites such as the Metropolitan Cathedral where you can appreciate baroque and neo classical architecture. Here you’ll also come across mural paintings by famous artist Diego Rivera. Browse the National Palace and you’ll see patios, corridors and stairways adorned with impressive murals again by Diego Rivera, depicting the history of Mexico.
Pan through the ruins of the ancient Aztec Major Temple, see the centuries-old woods of Chapultepec Park and some of the important residential zones of the city.
You will be picked up in an air-conditioned coach from your hotel in Mexico City. Accompanied by a bilingual guide speaking English and Spanish, you will be taken on a sightseeing tour of Mexico City.
Take a trip to the National Palace where you will see beautiful murals painted by the great muralist Diego Riviera. Further on, proceed to the Constitution Square, also known as Central Plaza or Zocalo, a massive concrete area signed with a giant flag. Inside the underground Zocalo station, you’ll see historical reproductions of the Square, exhibits of ceremonial offerings and stone statues of goddesses among others.
Continue to the Metropolitan Cathedral which represents a synthesis of art forms in New Spain. The church has a baroque and neo classical façade, its Altar of Forgiveness, the sacristy, and the Altar of Kings are worth looking out for!
Also visit the Aztec Major Temple, an ancient temple ruins discovered in 1978 while workers were digging to place underground electric cables. In addition to the main avenues, you will also visit Chapultepec Park, noteworthy for its centuries-old forest which encircles the Chapultepec Hill and for the castle which crowns its summit. Explore the most important residential zones of the city and the Pink Zone (Zona Rosa).
After sightseeing in Mexico City, you will be dropped back to your hotel.
Please call the local activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
Hotel pick up includes from the locations are the following: Downtown (Zocalo - Centro Histórico), Reforma, Zona Rosa, Chapultepec, Polanco. Outside of this areas applies surcharge, which it depends of the numbers of passengers and hotel location.
HOTEL LIST FOR PICK UP:
Zone Centro: Gran Hotel Cd. México, BW Majestic, Holiday Inn Zócalo, NH centro Histórico, Fiesta Inn, Marlowe, Metropol, Monte Real, Estoril, San Francisco, Ambasssador, Sheraton Centro Histórico
Zone Rosa: Calinda Geneve, Century, Fiesta americana Suites, Galería Plaza, Misión, NH Kristal México City, Plaza Florencia, Royal Zona Rosa,
Zone Reforma and Polanco: Casa Inn, Sheraton María Isabel, Casa Blanca, Misión, Premier, Fiesta Americana, Jena, Regente Del Angel, Emporio, Fiesta Americana Grand, Four Seasons, Gran Melia Reforma, Marquis, New York, Hyatt Regency Mexico City, Presidente.
This is mandatory to provide below information at the time of booking. If some of this information is missing, unfortunately we will refuse the reservation.
• Name of the hotel where the customer will stay
• Flights information and times
• Names of all the customers who take the tour
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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