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Grand Chapultepec Residencial

Mexico City, Mexico

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Iconic Museums And Famed Monuments

National Museum of Anthropology: The largest and most frequented museum in Mexico takes you for a trip back into a handful of historic cultures. . The iconic Aztec Calendar, The Sun Stone, is the crown jewel of the museum, and the best photo-op in town. Meanwhile, the Mexica (Aztec) and Maya halls can keep your attention for hours.

Museo del Templo Mayor: What’s a trip to Mexico without a pitstop at ancient ruins? History lies in the heart of the city, where pieces of one of the great temples of the Aztecs has managed to survive the test of time in the city center. After exploring the outside, grab a guide (English speaking guides are available) and hit the museum which houses pre-colonial Mexican artifacts that have been found at the site. PS: The excavation is ongoing, so chances are you may see something “new” during each visit.

Paseo de la Reforma: Mexico meets Paris at this avenue modeled after The City of Lights’ Champs-Élysées. The scenic street is lined by tall towers, fountains, sculptures, and restaurants, and leads straight to the famed Chapultepec Park. The Angel of Independence and Monument to Cuauhtémoc are two of our favorite focal points. Swing by The Angel after dark as bright lights do a beautiful job illuminating the monument.

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