The best option to visit Mexico City in one day at your own pace and without dread, being able get up or down the times that you want with the same…
Step into the ring! This 4-hour wrestling tour includes a full introduction to Lucha Libre and its storylines, acrobatics, and culture. At the end,…
Explore Mexico City at your own pace with a full-day ticket to the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus. See all the sights of the historic center from an…
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This was a useful orientation to Mexico City for tow first-time visitors. We took Line 1 that covers the Historic Center and the newer Poblano area. This gave us a good overview of where the things we had already on our list were located, and added a few to the list. However, there are many ways in which the service could be included. The English language commentary was adequate, although it could have been more informative. The map of the route was rudimentary, and investment in material of this kind would be useful. Getting access to English language information and a map on the Internet was also difficult, and we ended up picking up our paper tickets from Amigo Hotel, only to find that we had passed the starting point of the tour, due to lack of information. These are faults that can be easily fixed, and we found all the staff efficient and friendly.
I hop in at Basilica de Guadalupe and just hop off at Zócalo and I went all the way back to Zocalo. I havent some any hop off bcs of time. Tour centro historico took 3 hours on a Thursday with traffic. Centro historico I can recommend. It was awesome. Basilica was awesome too.Staff at the bus was was nice. The waiting time was 19 minutes and at Zocalo for changing the bus 20 minutes. It is cheap if u want to do it by yourself. I would not recommend after 6 bcs its dark and some people are strange or look dangerous even at day at Basilica near the wall and outside where u have shops. But at Zócalo there is a lot of police.
It was a great experience. The Turibus made it so easy to get around and helps to see/visit the main attractions in Mexico City. There are banners on certain light posts to help identify the hop on/hop off locations. As for the time for the bus to come back around depends on the traffic. But I usually asked the staff on the bus for a estimated time when they will come back to that location: which helped to plan what to do in that amount of time before they come back. All the staff were extremely helpful and polite. I definitely recommend going on the Turibus when visiting!
The sights were interesting. The trip was cut short unannounced. I had to get off the bus as it could not return to the planned location. Therefore I was unable to continue the tour on another bus as I was told I would be able to. There were only a handful of people on the tour with me. No announcement was made. I had to go downstairs to ask the driver. The meeting place was not where to get the bus in the first place. This was not at all clear. Wasted a lot of time.
The tour is nice! When you meet then there’s a bus to hop on. We receive a mask, a small shot of tequila and the guide starts explaining about the “lucha libre”. When they drop us off we have a few minutes to wander around the market And then we receive the tickets to get in. It was a bit confusing this part because the guide seats everyone. It took around 20 to seat us. The seats are very far back but you can see the arena. The wrestling Was very cool!