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Shellie
2/27/2014
Overall rating: 10
General opinion: Love it!!! I have traveled a long distance to visit this country. I have been three times so far and wouldn't hesitate going back. Full of culture, great attractions and the people are very humble. Highly recommend going. I would encourage you to try some Spanish and to have an open mind.
Not to be missed:
Pyramids lots
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the museums
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Artisan markets
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Level 9
3/22/2013
Overall rating: 8
General opinion: Its great it has museums and a very beautiful libraries an very delicious plates. They speak Spanish so when you are walking everyone will say to you "buenos dias" or "buenas tardes" or "buenas noches"
Not to be missed:
the food
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the museums
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the culture
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Level 100
12/5/2012
Overall rating: 6
Best Period to Go: Climate of Mexico City can be described as temperate highland type; thanks to its high elevation and tropical location. Valley’s lower region gets rainfall much less in comparison with upper regions pertaining to south. As such, summer season would prove to be the best period to pay a visit; as one can relieve oneself from biting cold in winter season.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Not to miss:  The architects that arrived from Europe during the colonial period applied and shared their knowledge of baroque, neoclassic and other styles of art that were combined with the indigenous styles to create an architecture that is quite unique in all the world. Works such as the Metropolitan Cathedral, palaces, mansions and an endless number of sober, sumptuous churches adorn the central area of the city now called the Historic Center; these extraordinary types of buildings can also be seen in some of the picturesque towns and villages such as Coyoacán, San Ángel, ... More Tlalpan and Xochimilco that used to be the outskirts of the city but have now become incorporated into the built up areas; in spite of this, they still maintain their provincial atmosphere. Later, after Mexico became an independent country, new districts of the city were built in a Frenchified style and in the art deco and colonial Californian styles.
Modernism was characterized by magnificent skyscrapers that sprung up in districts such as Polanco, Anzures, Del Valle and Santa Fe. The advantage of a mega-city such as Mexico City is that it offers the visitor all sorts of entertainment possibilities during the day and at night. Avenues like Avenida Insurgentes are true axis of fun and recreation and has spots that cater to all tastes. Mexican culture in all its manifestations can be admired at the large number of quality museums that can be found in many different parts of the city. These have displays and exhibitions of art and culture ranging from the pre Hispanic (the National Museum of Anthropology) to the Vice Regal (the Franz Mayer Museum) to the modern (the Museum of Modern Art), as well as Mexican traditions as can be seen in the Frida Kahlo Museum.
There are also plenty of possibilities for those who want to leave the city and enjoy nature. You can visit the volcanic mountains in the south of the city or the mountain valleys to the west and enjoy the quesadillas (melted cheese in tortillas) that can be bought at the food stalls located in the shade of the forest trees that form part of the National Parks and Ecological Reserves. To the east, the traveler can admire the snow-capped volcanoes of Popocatepetl and Iztaccíhuatl, just as the Indians, Conquistadors and general population of the city did over the centuries.
The most important place for national and international classical concerts and the other performing arts in Mexico City is the beautiful Palacio de Bellas Artes (The Palace of Fine Arts). Other important venues include the Teatro de la Ciudad (The City Theater), the Auditorio Nacional (the National Auditorium), the Juan Ruiz de Alarcón Theater and the Nezahualcoyotl and Ollin Yoliztli concert halls.

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moyinoluwa williams
11/6/2012
Overall rating: 7
General opinion: Mexico city is a very beautiful country, it is awesome but lawless though it consists of beautiful and handsome boys and girls.
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Kelly
9/9/2012
Overall rating: 8
Useful tips: Choose a safe hotel, make sure you keep all valuables on you at all times, keep children close to you, overall really fun, busy areas can be really fun but make sure you've always got your family or friends close to you. Despite all the saftey precautions it's a trip you should be willing to take. AMAZING!
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Level 9
Overall rating: 9
Not to miss: Mexico City is a really wonderful place to visit. There are many places to visit. For example you cant miss out on visiting the historical museums it has valuable and interesting information. There are also places that may entertain you and your family. You can go to xochimilco really nice place to visit. Also La Feria De Chapultepec its a really fun place to go really cheap and fun.There is also tours to the Mexican states you cant imagine how beautiful each state is you cant miss out on visiting Mexico wonderful country.Also very good mexican food. I recomend going you wont regret it its so much fun.
Not to be missed:
bellas atres
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teotihuacan
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six flags mexico
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User 25105
6/16/2012
Overall rating: 7
General opinion: Great for museums and art galleries
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Art Galleries
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Anthropology Museum
 Museums
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Paseo de la reforma
 Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods
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Teotihuacan
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The museums
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Alameda Central
 Parks and gardens
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Camino a San Juan de Aragon
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Pabelln Altavista
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Palais des sports
 Nature and sport
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Plaza de Armas Craft Market
 Other attractions
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Best Places
 Landmarks and Historic sites
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Caricature Museum
 Museums
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Frida Kahlo Museum
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Martinez de la Torre
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Mexico City in a Day
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Coyoacan
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Mercado Central
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Mercado de Jamaica
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Palacio de Bellas Artes
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Castillo de los Templarios
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Cd Deportiva Magdalena Mixhuca
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Franz Mayer Museum
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Museo de Arte Moderno
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Museo de la SHCP
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