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Mexico City Holidays

Mexico City lies at the heart of this colourful and prosperous country. Dating from 12th century, it is the oldest urban centre in the Americas. It was called Tenochtitlan by the Aztecs, who founded the original city on an island in Lake Texcoco in 1325.  Hernan Cortez and his Spanish conquistadors arrived in 1519 and the city was largely destroyed in 1521, following an Aztec revolt and a devastating Spanish siege. It was rebuilt to Spanish designs and standards in order to erase all trace of the old Aztec culture and quickly grew to dominate the whole region as the capital of New Spain.
 
The city is now a sprawling, exciting powerhouse with an economy larger than some neighbouring countries. With over 30 million inhabitants, Greater Mexico City is the largest Spanish speaking city in the world. In recent years it has revolutionised its cultural, entertainment and food scene, which means there is a tremendous amount to do and see.
  
For advice on tailor-made Mexico City holidays, ring our friendly team on 01582 766122 or email us via our online form to start planning one of the most memorable holidays to Mexicio City.
 
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Many of the Roman Catholic churches built during the colonial period can be seen today, including the Catedral Metropolitana, built on the side of the famous Zócalo, the vast main square and former Aztec ceremonial centre. The National Palace, with its famous murals by Diego Rivera, and the ruins of the ancient Templo Meyor, one of the Aztec’s principal monuments, are also on the square. This multi-cultural historic centre of Mexico City is justifiably a World Heritage Site. If you like wall paintings, the Palacio de Belles Artes, a concert hall and arts centre, houses more enormous murals by world famous Mexican artists. The Salon Tenampa, the renowned cantina on Plaza Garibaldi, contains murals of the ‘the giants of Mexican song’.
 
Museums (over 160) and monuments abound, with great food, shopping, parks and folkloric ballet, with its beautiful traditional costumes, songs and dances. In particular, do not miss the magnificent 45 metre Golden Angel of Independence, on the Paseo de la Reforma, one of the city’s main thoroughfares modelled on Paris’s Champs-Elysees.
 
The Palace of Fine Arts, Chapeltepec Park and Castle, the Shrine of Guadalupe and the world famous Anthropology and Soumaya museums are also popular attractions and highly recommended.
 
25 miles away are the magnificent remains of Teotihuacan, a great urban centre established in 300BCE and another of Mexico’s World Heritage Sites. The Teotihuacans preceded the Mayans and the Aztecs and bequeathed religious order and government to Mesoamerica. The name means ‘the place where the gods live’ and the city once extended to twenty square kilometres with some 150,000 inhabitants. The ruins include the enormous Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, connected by the Avenue of the Dead. See too the Palace of the Jaguars and the beautiful Temple of Quetzalpapaloti – the divine butterfly. By all means walk this astonishing site, but for a really unforgettable visit, see it from a hot air balloon – they are based nearby.
 
Mexico City holidays, with all their sights and sounds, allow you to explore one of the great cities of the world. Holidays to Mexico City will not be complete until you see these treasures  for yourself.
Mexico City + Colonial Highlands Tour + Riviera Maya
FYE14M
14 NIGHTS
FROM £1,795
International flights quoted separately
Absord the culture & cuisine of this fascinating country starting in Mexico City, with its ancient pyramids dating back to 300BC & Anthropological Museum with its treasure trove of Olmec, Atzec and Mayan artefacts. Then explore the charming Colonial Highlands on a small group tour, before relaxing on the Riviera Maya. Two departures per month, with dual language English & Spanish guides.
Mexico City Photo Teotihuacan Pyramids Yucatan Colonial Highlands
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Mexico City
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Teotihuacan Pyramids
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San Miguel de Allende
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Dolores Hidalgo
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Guanajuato
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Zacatecas
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Guadalajara
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Tequila Region
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Patzcuaro & Morelia
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Riviera Maya
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Mexico City
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Teotihuacan Pyramids
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San Miguel de Allende
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Dolores Hidalgo
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Guanajuato
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Zacatecas
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Guadalajara
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Tequila Region
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Patzcuaro & Morelia
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Riviera Maya
Yucatan Explorer Tour, with Mexico City + Palenque
FYA12M
12 NIGHTS
FROM £1,995
International flights quoted separately
This small group tour starts with the highlights of Mexico City, before flying to Tuxla for an escorted tour across the Yucatan Peninsula, travelling from charming San Cristobal in the highlands to the Caribbean beaches of the Riviera Maya. Visit colonial cities, Indian villages & spectacular Mayan ruins, including Palenque & Chichen Itza. 2 departures a month, with dual language Spanish or Italian/English guide.
Palenque Mexico Group Tours Yucatan Chichen Itza Merida
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Mexico City
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Teotihuacan Pyramids
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San Cristobal
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Indian Villages
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Palenque Ruins
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Campeche
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Uxmal
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Merida
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Chichen Itza
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Riviera Maya
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Mexico City
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Teotihuacan Pyramids
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San Cristobal
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Indian Villages
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Palenque Ruins
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Campeche
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Uxmal
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Merida
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Chichen Itza
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Riviera Maya
Mexico City + San Christobel to Yucatan (pvt guide)
FPC12C
12 NIGHTS
FROM £2,395
International flights quoted separately
This private tour explores the archaelogical treasures of Mexico City and the Yucatan Peninsula, travelling from San Christobal via Palenque and Campeche to the Riviera Maya. Visit Mayan villages and several key archaeological sites, including Chichen Itza, before relaxing on the turquoise beaches of the Riviera Maya. English speaking guide, all transfers & excursions included.
Private tours to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula including San Cristobal in Chiapas, Campeche and Riviera Maya
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Texla
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Sumidero Canyon
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San Cristobal
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Mayan Villages
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Palenque Temple Ruins
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Campeche
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Chichen Itza
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Tulum
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Riviera Maya beaches
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Xplore Adventure Park
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Texla
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Sumidero Canyon
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San Cristobal
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Mayan Villages
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Palenque Temple Ruins
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Campeche
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Chichen Itza
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Tulum
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Riviera Maya beaches
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Xplore Adventure Park
Mexico City + Colonial Highlands (pvt guide) + Beach
FPA12G
12 NIGHTS
FROM £2,495
International flights quoted separately
Explore Mexico City and the charming Spanish towns of the Colonial Highlands, travelling with your own English speaking driver/guide. Visit the beautiful cities of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Santiago de Queretaro, Dolores Hidalgo, Mineral De Pozos and Atotonilco, before relaxing on the Caribbean beaches of the Yucatan Peninsula. All transfers & specified sightseeing included.
Photo Colonial Highlands Mexico Private Tour
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Mexico City
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Xochimilo
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Teotihuacan Pyramids
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Santiago de Queretaro
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San Miguel de Allende
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Guanajuato
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Dolores Hidalgo
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Mineral De Pozos
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Sanctuary of Atotonilco
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Riviera Maya
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Mexico City
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Xochimilo
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Teotihuacan Pyramids
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Santiago de Queretaro
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San Miguel de Allende
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Guanajuato
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Dolores Hidalgo
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Mineral De Pozos
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Sanctuary of Atotonilco
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Riviera Maya
Mexico: El Chepe Train + Copper Canyon + Yucatan
FRH12M
12 NIGHTS
FROM £2,795
International flights quoted separately
Embark on one of the most famous train journeys in the world aboard 'El Chepe' - the Chihuahua-Pacifico train that travels for 15 hours through the spectacular landscapes of the green Copper Canyon in northern Mexico. Also visit historic Mexico City, before relaxing on the glorious beaches of the Riviera Maya on the Yucatan Peninsula, or Baja California. Train and all transfers included.
El Chepe Copper Canyon Train Mexico City  Chihuahua Yucatan Photo
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Mexico City
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Zócalo Plaza
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Templo Maya
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Chihuahua
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El Chepe Train
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Copper Canyon
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Divisaderos
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Los Mochis
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Riviera Maya beaches
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Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins
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Mexico City
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Zócalo Plaza
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Templo Maya
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Chihuahua
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El Chepe Train
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Copper Canyon
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Divisaderos
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Los Mochis
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Riviera Maya beaches
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Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins
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