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Mexico City

  Destination: Latin America, Mexico
  Prices: £588.00
Mexico is steeped in a history that captures the imagination yet has managed to incorporate this within its modern culture to offer the visitor a combination of old and new. The many and varied tourist options allow you to experience its natural, architectural, historical and cultural wealth. Make Mexico your next holiday destination and witness firsthand the colour and warmth of this magical country. Mexico City despite being one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas contains a treasure chest of fascinating features many of which are concentrated in and around its historic center. The Plaza de la Constitucion or Zocalo, the National Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral, Templo Mayor, Palace of Fine Arts and Alameda Park to name but a few are all within easy walking distances. A few blocks north of the Palace of Fine Arts, Plaza Garibaldi is renowned within Mexico City to experience live mariachi music. Mexico City being the acknowledged cultural center allows the rich history of this magnificent country to be fully appreciated evoking its native and colonial past and traditional roots with contemporary architecture that reflects a modern thriving metropolis.

Mexico City


Mexico City

DAY 1 Bellas Artes Palace
Bellas Artes Palace

You won’t want to miss Mexico City’s imposing Palacio de Bellas Artes (Bellas Artes Palace), located about seven blocks  west of the Zocalo, adjacent to the Alameda Central Park. Immediately you will see why this grandiose domed Palace is among the most important of the city’s sites and attractions.

DAY 2 Templo Mayor, Mexico’s Great Aztec Empire
Templo Mayor, Mexico’s Great Aztec Empire

Under the hustle and bustle of modern Mexico City lie the ruins of the pre-Hispanic Aztec capital, previously known as Tenochtitlan. At the center of this ancient empire was the Templo Mayor, the most important religious area for the Aztecs. Archaeologists discovered it under the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, located in the Zocalo, in the mid-1900s and excavated in the 1970s. When the Spanish Conquerors arrived, they destroyed the temples and built over the Aztec empire and the great temple of Tenochtitlan. Still an active site, archeologists are continuously unearthing artifacts and structures.

DAY 3 Days in Mexico City
Days in Mexico City

Panoply of historic mementos, new experiences and splendours from past centuries, that proliferates in Mexico City. Here you can jump from one era to the next by just walking across the street. From the mysterious remains of the pre-Hispanic towns found right in the city’s heart, such as the Templo Mayor, you can enter the colonial period with its many temples and beautiful houses built of red volcanic rock, characterised by their patios, arches and water fountains. At sunset, the best option is to get pampered at a restaurant or bar on the Condesa district, a neighborhood with a captivating Art Noveau style; or at Coyoacan, a peaceful colonial neighborhood nestled along gardens and avenues that help you forget about the hectic life of such as a large city.

DAY 4 Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology
Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology

Mexico City, a teeming metropolis of intensity and innovation, has at its heart one of the most important museums in Mexico, Museo Nacional de Antropologia (The National Museum of Anthropology).The Museum contains one of the world’s largest collections of archaeological and anthropological artifacts from prehispanic Mayan civilizations to the Spanish conquest.Located within Chapultepec Park, the Museum is one of the most comprehensive and impressive (almost 20 acres) facilities in the world. The modern architecture, designed by Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, is characterized by its iconic umbrella roof supported by a single column, which represents a mythological tree and depicts eagles and jaguars—all important symbols to the pre hispanic natives.

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Alternative Accommodation
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  • Camino Real Polanco
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  • Hilton Mexico City
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  • Sheraton Maria Isabel
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