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Mexico City

Join us on a full day tour around Mexico City that shows you the best this city has to offer. Visit the Unesco World Heritage historical centre, the popular Coyoacan neighbourhood and take a boat ride aboard a colourful trajinera around the canals of Xochimilco. HIGHLIGHTS:

* Start the tour by visiting the Zocalo, cathedral and the National Palace

* Explore Coyoacan where you can visit Frida Kahlo’s ‘Blue House’

* Navigate the canals in a trajinera, or Mexican gondola

We start the day walking around some of the most emblematic buildings in Mexico City historic centre, including the largest plaza in Latin America, the Zocalo, the National Palace and the cathedral. We then visit the site of the Great Temple of the Aztecs, and continue on to Madero Street whilst admiring the fine buildings before reaching the magnificent Palace of Fine Arts. Hop aboard our bus which will whisk you straight to the south of the city, more specifically, Coyoacan. You have the option to visit Frida Kahlo’s ‘Blue House’ museum or simply admire the buzz and village centre of this well-liked neighbourhood. Next and final stop on the tour is Xochimilco, where we enjoy a boat ride in a Mexican gondola, a trajinera, on the canals that characterise this area. We might even hear the renowned Mariachi bands as they play to serenade visitors! We start the day walking around some of the most emblematic buildings in Mexico City historic centre, including the largest plaza in Latin America, the Zocalo, the National Palace and the cathedral. We then visit the site of the Great Temple of the Aztecs, and continue on to Madero Street whilst admiring the fine buildings before reaching the magnificent Palace of Fine Arts. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up from hotels in Polanco, Centre, Rosa and Reforma areas. All hotels outside this area the meeting point will be at The Hotel Fiesta Americana Reforma, Paseo de la Reforma 80, Cuauhtémoc, Juárez, 06600 Ciudad de México, D.F.

Duration: 9 hours.

Start/opening time: At 8am.

Languages: English and Spanish.