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  • 1

    Tulum Ruins

    114 reviews

    This is a most inspirational Tour. The history and the people are just amazing. The walk up into the top of the pyramid was an experience to remember. The view of the Yucatan was breathtaking. I absolutely will do this again.

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    34 reviews

    A must visit for the people who comes the city. They are actually not located in Mexico City, but it takes less than 1 hour to get there. You will be amazed about how the Aztecs could create that antique city. Your eyes won´t believe it. Most hotels organize the trips, but I would recommend you to take a bus ...

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  • 3

    Museo Nacional de Antropología

    44 reviews

    One of the most well curated and well laid out museums I have ever seen. Come on the early side and prepare to spend AT LEAST 3-4 hours here. There is certainly enough to see. This museum plus a nice leisurely stroll through Chapultepec Park is a perfect Mexico City day.

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    Monte Alban

    14 reviews

    beautiful ruin on top of a mountain, lot of visitors but enough space, it is possible and nice to walk up to the ruin

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    El Zócalo

    34 reviews

    As the center of the city, this is a busy area with locals and tourists. There are a lot of performers, native Indians doing traditional dances, clowns, children juggling, and other interesting sights. A lot of vendors sprawl across the grounds selling goods and handmade items. Food vendors, taxis, and a lot of action. A great place for photography, exploring ...

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    Chichen Itza

    9 reviews

    Magnificent Mayan temple at Chichen Itza, this archeological site is one of the new seven wonders for really good reasons. The prowness of the ancient Mayans in their mathematical, astrological, and engineering skills are all show cased here. We happen to be here on the day of winter equinox (9/22/2012) and would have been really lucky to get to see ...

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  • 7

    Pyramid of the Sun

    4 reviews

    The largest pyramid in Teotihuacan, built out of stone, adobe and mortar it is nearly 740 feet high. It is a pretty good climb to the top, but the view of Teotihuacan and the surrounding valley is definitely worth it.

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    Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    25 reviews

    Construction of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe began in the late 19th century and ended in the early years of the 20th century. I particularly liked how the crown of Our Lady rests on top of the Church.

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  • 9

    Instituto Cultural Cabañas

    7 reviews

    The Instituto Cultural Cabanas is one of the most important historical sights in Guadalajara. You must make an effort to visit this World Heritage Sights, if for no other reason than to check out the Orozco murals, considered by many experts to be his greatest works.

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  • 10

    Merida Cathedral

    11 reviews

    Great history and architecture built from Mayan pyramids. Located in the Central Plaza. A terrific spot to hang out anytime and best on the weekends when streets are closed to traffic for pedestrians.

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  • 11

    Coba Ruins

    10 reviews

    Depends on what you like--and I loved it. This is the most ancient of the ruins and thus, the one in most "ruin." It's in a jungle also. Some people love that, some don't: I did as a history buff. It has the Mayan calendar there: the one that so-called predicted the end of the world 2012 (it was a ...

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  • 12

    Parroquía San Miguel Arcángel

    18 reviews

    The Parroquia is the heart and soul of San Miguel and our apartment is only a few minutes easy walk to it and the Jardin. We also have a wonderful view from our upper terrace that can not be beat of this marvelous church. It is the most photographed church in all of Mexico. It is the only Gothic Church ...

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  • 13

    Fábrica La Aurora

    13 reviews

    The Fabrica La Aurora is a great place to shop, stroll, eat or just enjoy. It has fabulous furniture, art and many interesting things to buy. It is an upscale place to wonder and enjoy. There are a couple of great places to eat or just stop for a coffee break. One Friday a month there is an Art Walk ...

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  • 14


    79 reviews

    An amazing experience! Swim through underground ceynotes, explore ancient Mayan ruins, see tubs full of baby sea turtles, and be entertained by an excellent nighttime show. I highly recommend this place!

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  • 15

    Catedral Metropolitana

    5 reviews

    The Guadalajara Catedral Metropolitana is located in the historic Plaza de Armas. The Baroque structure was constructed mostly in the seventeenth century.

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    Templo Expiatorio

    5 reviews

    Construction on this neo-Classical gem was begun in 1897, and took seventy-five years to complete. And while the exterior stands out in Guadalajara, make sure your visit includes viewing the interior of the breathtaking Church!

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  • 17

    Museo de Cuauhnáhuac

    5 reviews

    Formerly Palacio de Cortes. Diego Rivera murals, mammoth remains, items from indigenous cultures. Near the Zócalo.

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  • 18

    Palacio de Bellas Artes

    33 reviews

    Puedes encontrar innumerables conciertos en diferentes temporadas, que van desde ópera hasta música tradicional mexicana, así como también representaciones de cualquier tipo de danza, sin olvidar las obras realizadas por Diego Rivera que alberga en sus muros.

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  • 19

    Isla Mujeres

    28 reviews

    Flew to Cancun from San Francisco to visit the mayan ruins. Started in Isla Mujeres, which was awesome (not touristy like Cancun and Playa del Carmen and Cozemel). Took bus to Playa del Carmen, then to Coba ruins, then to Chicheniza (sp), stayed at Dolores Alba Hotel near ruins, then after exploring the awesome ruins took bus to Merida, then ...

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  • 20

    Great Pyramid of Cholula

    2 reviews

    We went out to Cholula on a day trip to check out the pyramid. The problem was we got on a city bus in Puebla to get there and had no idea where to get off to see the pyramid. Hint: the pyramid looks like a hill, with a cathedral on top. This is useful information so you can save ...

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