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Sightseeing in Mexico

Monument / Landmark
“Walk down Avenida Reforma to see all the famous monuments, have access to lots of bar, restaurants and cafes and end at Bosque de Chapultepec - the city's biggest park. There are lots of museums and the Chapultepec Castle within its grounds so we recommend taking a day to explore. (Closed Mondays) ”
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Historic Site
“Just one of the many beautiful missions in the area. I highly recommend seeing the others as well, but of course this is the most well-known!”
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Capitol Building
“The pink-granite building is the centerpiece of downtown Austin, perched on a hill at 12th Street and Congress Avenue. Free guided tours are held daily, starting in the South Foyer, but brochures are also available on the first floor for self-guided tours. The Texas Legislature meets every two years, so you’ll have to check the schedule if you want to see an actual session in progress.”
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National Park
“Excellent place with awesome views. I think its the best place in San Diego for views. National Parks pass is free to enter $10 per vehicle”
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Monument / Landmark
“The famous Mayan archeological ruins that were a walled city where the current name of the Town comes from, they are at the edge of the sea.”
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History Museum
“The Great Temple or Great Temple of Mexico is an enclosure that includes a series of constructions, buildings, towers and a patio, the physical space where they were located, surrounded by a wall that had doors that gave access to the main roads of the city. .”
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Neighborhood
“The heart of New Orleans. Yes it is loud and dirty and wild, but it is also historic and beautiful and delicious. Active 24 hours a day and always interesting.”
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Neighborhood
“One of the most representatives Neighborhood at Mexico City, Frida Kalo house/museum is there. A lot of mexican restaurants and cantinas around. The best place to try Chapulines and Elotes.”
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Museum
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“Preeminent museum of Art including collections from such famed collectors as the Rockefellers”
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Church
“Visit “Museo de las Culturas” , it is beautiful and there you will see the treasures of Monte Alban and will get a good overview of Mexican History. Nice views for great pictures. Don’t miss the visit to the chapel “Capilla del Rosario” ”
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Plaza
“This is a historic location right in the middle of the french quarter. Here you can really immerse yourself in the true culture of New Orleans. ”
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Historic Site
“Dzibilchaltún is an archaeological site close to home, where you can feel the mayan culture. Take a selfie at the mayan temple, or enter the museum to see original mayan dolls.”
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Art Museum
“This is a lovely scenic spot. Many people even take their wedding photos here.”
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Church
“Of great historical and cultural significance to the area. Nicely preserved Spanish colonial mission.”
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Church
“The magnificent Catedral de San Ildefonso is a beautiful, large and impressive cathedral situated on the east side of the Plaza Grande (Calle 60 between 61 and 63). ”
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Historic Site
“One of the first built by Cortes, before they found the gold! Austere but inviting. You can even visit the crypt below.”
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