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Mexico City Tour with Anthropology Museum

Mexico City Tour with Anthropology Museum

 

Immerse yourself in the history of Mexico City

5 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Learn about the Aztec culture visiting the Anthropology Museum
  • Visit the Catedral Metropolitana, the largest in Latin America
  • A delightful cruising along the Boulevard "Paseo de la Reforma"
  • Know the "Palacio de Bellas Artes"
  • Admire the "Macromural" of the main staircase of Diego Rivera in the "Palacio Nacional"

Includes

  • Roundtrip transportation from Mexico City area hotels
  • Admission fees
  • Bilingual guide

  • Optional gratuities
  • Food and beverages

From US$46

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You will be transferred in a scenic passing, through the front of some facades of beautiful historic downtown buildings, such as the Palace of Fine Arts, the House of Tile, arriving at the heart of Mexico, with his majestic Arms Square "El Zócalo".

You will enter the National Palace to admire the Macromural of Diego Rivera in the main staircase a veritable compendium of the history of Mexico, from the particular point of view of the great Mexican painter. We still are acceded by the Metropolitan Cathedral the largest in Latin America, home to the Archdiocese of Mexico, crossing its Ships and Altars.
We then leave to continue to make a panoramic tour of other beautiful facades of buildings architectural expression. Arriving at a craft gallery where you can buy a souvenir.

You will be transited by the most cosmopolitan boulevard, Reforma Boulevard, which was designed by Emperor Maximilian, inspired in the Parisian model of the Champs Elysees, which allows for important buildings and monuments. Then, we arrive at the Chapultepec area forest, to access to the world-renowned National Anthropology Museum, where they will complete a comprehensive view of the ancient Aztec city of Tenochtitlan and its glory with the visit and the Aztec room. Afterward, we will return to your hotel.
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John Janisse
Aug 29 2019
We always rely on Gray Line to gice us highlights of a new city. This tour didn't disappoint. Jose's knowledge of the murals in the Palacio Nacional was increadible, and the tour of the Museum of Anthropology was perfect!
a Gray Line customer
Apr 04 2017
Great guide, very knowledgeable, friendly and funny.
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