Downtown MX Tour
Start the day walking along the Alameda’s park, where you can visit its neoclassical statues, fountains and the impressive Juarez Hemicycle.
Continue the tour to the Palace of the Fine Arts which has an incredible architecture that perfectly combines two different styles, Art Deco and Art Nouveau. Built to commemorate the country’s 100 years of independence, one that would be among the world’s largest and almost rival the likes of the Paris Opera. Appreciate the façade, lobby and mural museum.
Cross one of the most important streets of Mexico City (Madero Street). Where you can appreciate different colonial and historic buildings, and buy mexican gold jewelry.
Have a delicious meal at the same time you have a great view of the historic downtown (optional).
The National Palace it is a must-see spot, particularly because of the Diego Rivera murals which tell the moving story of the country.
Finally take a walk to the Main Temple and the Metropolitan Cathedral.
|8:45 AM||Benito Juarez Hemicycle Monument *||Av. Juárez 50, Centro Histórico, Centro, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX|
* Look for the staff with a white umbrella of golden maya.
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This insurance is only valid if as a direct consequence of an accident; the client (insured) is required to undergo medical treatment, surgical intervention, hospitalization, use of an ambulance, medicines or laboratory studies.
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None of the activities featured in this trip require special training or skills, just a reasonable level of fitness and a willingness to participate. It is a walking tour, with a few moments to rest, including a dinner time at the middle of the day tour.