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One Day Tour | 2bTRAVEL

Taxco and Cuernavaca with lunch

One Day Tour: Taxco and Cuernavaca with lunch Departure for Cuernavaca, about 82 kilometers or approximately (one hour’s drive) from Mexico City. At that place, known as “City of Eternal Spring”, you will visit the Cathedral, built on the XVI century, which walls still show some frescoes. Then we will continue on to Taxco, 85 kilometers and an hour and a ha...
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Tula and Tepotzotlan with lunch

One Day Tour: Tula and Tepotzotlan with lunch Departure for Tula which is 100 kilometers away from Mexico City, approximately 2 hours’ drive. There, at the ancient Toltec capital, famous for its gigantic warrior sculptures known as the “Atlantes”, you will visit to the Palacio Quemado (Burnt Palace), the Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli Temple, the Ballgame Court, whe...
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Puebla and Cholula with lunch

One Day Tour: Puebla and Cholula with lunch Departure for the city of Puebla (123 kilometers from Mexico City), a 2-hour drive. Arrival at the main square of the so-called “City of the Angels”, where some of the best examples of religious architecture from Mexico’s colonial era can be admired. Visit to the Cathedral, the Rosary Chapel, an architectural jewe...
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Basilica of Guadalupe and Teotihuacan Pyramids

One Day Tour Basílica of Guadalupe and Teotihuacan Pyramids Drive around the "Three-Cultures" Plaza, where the three epochs of Mexico are represented (pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern). Visit to the new Basilica where the original image of Mexico’s Patron is found. The temple was built in 1976 by the architect Pedro Ramirez Vazquez. The first temple, built...
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Bellas Artes Palace, and Xochimilco

One day Tour: Ballet at Bellas Artes Palace, and Xochimilco (This tour is available only Sunday mornings. Sometimes the ballet will perform in another theatre*; however, this is not known well in advance)Amalia Hernandez’s Mexican Folk Ballet is the most important company of its kind in Mexico. It was formed over three decades ago and is made up by over 400 p...
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Xochimilco and University

One Day Tour: Xochimilco and University Boat ride on a “trajinera” (a typical small barge) through the canals of Xochimilco which have been there since pre-Hispanic times and the site of the “floating gardens”. Xochimilco was the place where Toltec people found shelter after the fall of Tula, and its residents have worked the land from ancestral times prior...
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Anthropology Museum

One day Tour: Anthropology Museum The largest in Mexico. The building is one of the most beautiful examples of Mexican contemporary architecture.There, you will visit the Mesoamerica halls, where the origins of ancient Mexico’s civilizations will be revealed; Teotihuacan, Aztec (here are some of the most representative pieces of the culture that flourished ...
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Mexico City Tour

One Day Tour: Mexico DF Tour around downtown, Mexico City. You ride down Reforma Avenue, built by the emperor, Maximilian, along which some of the most important monuments in the city are located; Juarez Avenue, along La Alameda Park and Bellas Artes Palace, designed and erected by the Italian architect, Adamo Boari; then 5 de May Street, until reaching the...
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