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The Best Monuments and Statues in Mexico City

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Monuments in Mexico City

A grandiose, art deco-like structure, Monumento y Museo de la Revolucion attracts visitors each year with its blend of Mexican history, Europ
Tours from $5
Dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the start of the Mexican War of Independence, Reloj Monumental de Pachuca, is one of the best known sym
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Duration: 5 to 6 hours
We will get into the Chapultepec Park, where the history and traditions connect each other. We will walk inside the park getting into de woods and ascend to the ¨Mountain of the Crickets¨ to discover the unique "Royal Castle" of the America. After this interesting guided visit, we will walk down the mountain to get to the last point of the tour, the National Museum of Anthropology, considered one of the most visited museums in the world where you will be able to perceive the history of the Mesoamerican civilizations that flourished in an area whose climate and vegetation gave origin of civilizations. But in between, we will relax while we enjoy the snack and refreshment beverage.We will visit three of the most important rooms, starting with the Teotihuacan Room, the Mexica Room and the Mayan Room. Let yourself go back in time where great civilizations created great monuments and advances in the field of astronomy and mathematics.Definitely an experience you cannot miss!
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The Monumento a los Niños Héroes ("Monument to the Boy Heroes"), officially Altar a la Patria ("Altar to the Homeland"), is a monument commem
Tours from $10
Altar a la Patria , Mexico City
Tours from $70

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Where to stay in Mexico City

Head straight to the trendy neighborhoods of Roma or La Condesa if you're looking for an artsy atmosphere--you can find design-conscious hostels and boutique hotels nestled among the many bars, restaurants, cafes, and galleries. For easy access to the city's most beautiful architecture, you can't beat staying in the historical center, although the neighborhood's UNESCO-listing means you'll only find smaller, old-fashioned options there. You can also indulge in a few luxury nights in the fancy Polanco district, or look for a more budget-friendly option in the popular Zona Rosa.
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