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Review: Xochimilco Canals & Frida Kahlo Museum Tour (Amigo Tours)

For my first proper trip to the current culinary and cultural hot-spot that is Mexico City, I made the conscious decision to see some of the city’s main attractions via tour rather than do it “on my own” as I would normally do. This decision was made primarily for two reasons: safety and laziness. As […]

Visiting The Frida Kahlo Museum (Mexico City, Mexico)

Aside from visiting the Pyramids at Teotihuacan and the National Museum of Anthropology, one of the most visited and beloved attractions in Mexico City is the Museo Frida Kahlo (or the “Frida Kahlo Museum” in English). Visiting The Frida Kahlo Museum Location and Getting There: The Frida Kahlo Museum is located about 20 to 30 minutes […]

Review: Teotihuacan Pyramids & Guadalupe Shrine Full-Day Tour (Amigo Tours)

For my first proper trip to the current culinary and cultural hot-spot that is Mexico City, I made the conscious decision to see some of the city’s main attractions via tour rather than do it “on my own” as I would normally do. This decision was made primarily for two reasons: safety and laziness. As […]

Visiting The Pyramids At Teotihuacan (Mexico City, Mexico)

If you are a visitor to Mexico City, one of the most popular and impressive sites to visit is the ancient city complex of Teotihuacan (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). It’s believed to be built around 100 BC, however – nobody really knows conclusively when it was built, or even who built it. At the height […]

Review: Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel & Towers (Mexico City, Mexico)

When booking my first proper trip to Mexico City, I looked for a hotel that met three criteria: was centrally located, came with free breakfast, and was preferably part of a loyalty program I was a member of. Review: Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel & Towers (Mexico City, Mexico) One hotel fit the bill to a […]

Visiting the Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Anthropology) in Mexico City

Look and you’ll find that no trip to Mexico City (CDMX) can be complete without a visit to the world-famous Museo Nacional de Antropología (“National Museum of Anthropology” in English). Visiting the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City The Museo Nacional de Antropología is the largest and most visited museum in Mexico. It houses some of […]