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Explore a sacred volcano with a professional photographer
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Mexico City Half-Day Tour with Museum of Anthropology
The city of Mexico is slowly becoming one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Although it has received a lot of negative publicity in the recent years, it’s actually a safe and interesting city to explore. It’s home to world class museums, interesting archeological sights, varied cultural attractions, and restaurants serving the tastiest Mexican cuisines!
Using the public transportation in Mexico is safe and easy. So if you want to save money on your trip, we suggest taking the public buses. You can refer to our copy of the Mexico City Transport Map for this. There are also certain areas in Mexico that can be accessed by rail. If you want to explore this area, our Mexico City Metro Map will be a big help for you.
Of course, your trip to Mexico City won’t be complete without doing some sightseeing. One of the most famous sights that you should see in Mexico is the Chichen Itza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s declared one of the New Seven wonders of the World. There are also tons of historical landmarks and fascinating architectures that are worth visiting in Mexico. Our Mexico City Sightseeing Map can give you tips on the best sights to see on your Mexico trip.
Of course, it’s possible to explore Mexico City by foot. For instance, you can wander around the historic center of Mexico City to check out the various historical landmarks in the area. We have a free printable copy of the Mexico City Walking Tour Maps that can serve as your guide to exploring the city by foot. And if you want to visit other places that you cannot reach by walking, join one of the open bus tours. Our Mexico City Hop on Hop Off Bus Maps will tell you which routes these buses will travel to.
Mexico City attractions map is one of the essentials you must have on your visit to Mexico City city. It helps you design your day–to–day itinerary, gives you insights into how Mexico City main attractions are connected and also provides you with well–detailed navigation through the Mexico City's streets and neighbourhoods for easy touring.