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Mexico city

  1. 1. MEXICO CITY<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Talking about Mexico City is talk of a great metropolis. If you consider travel and meet extraordinary places that has it all, this is where you will stop insurance because Mexico City is the largest city in the world, so it has to offer so many attractions and things to do.</li></li></ul><li> Mexico City is a modern place with lots of history, it is here that the Mexican culture was born and developed, the ancient Tenochtitlan. No doubt the city of Mexico is a place you should not miss, here you just need time to learn all how much you offer this extraordinary city.<br />For hotels do not worry, because Mexico City has more than 45.000 rooms to offer, with large infrastructure of hotels and restaurants for all tastes and budgets.<br />
  3. 3. ATTRACTIONS<br />Castillo de Chapultepec<br /> The tradition of Chapultepec Castle as the residence of Mexican presidents dating back to the fourteenth century, when Moctezuma ordered the construction of hydraulic works Ilhuicamina around the springs. The proximity of the site with the lake enabled the growth of burly ahuehuetes (Sabine), some of which persist to this day.<br />
  4. 4. Paseo de la Reforma<br /> One of the most important avenues of the city is the Paseo de la Reforma. In its central path can be fine examples of architecture, numerous banks and offices, residential areas turned into stale fashion sites, embassies, luxury hotels, selected art galleries and spectacular monuments.<br />
  5. 5. Museums and Cultural Centers<br />Most museums are open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am at 17:00 Hrs., although some have extended hours as the Museum of Anthropology (until 19:00 hrs.) or evening on certain days (such as San Ildefonso and the Kite). Sunday admission is free almost always (but are saturated). Ticket prices vary between 10 and 30 pesos. Choose the topic of your choice: Mexican colonial art, modern art, contemporary science and technology pre-Hispanic cultures different Ethnology History Literature Collections.<br />
  6. 6. HOTELS<br />St. Regis México City<br />Paseo De La Reforma 439, Colonia Cuauhtemoc <br />MEXICO CITY, México DF. Reserves the (55)1084-0476<br />The St. Regis Mexico City, a towering presence in the center of the city, is beautifully situated in the elegant 31-story Freedom Tower. Overlooking the Paseo de la Reforma in the heart of one of the most exciting city. Enjoy the incredible views of the historic squares and dynamic culture of the city from the windows of the 189 elegant and comfortable rooms including 36 suites and a magnificent Presidential suite. No detail goes unnoticed and each space is quite cozy.<br />
  7. 7. JW Marriot México City<br />Andrés Bello No 29, México DF. Reserves (55) 1084-0476<br />This luxurious city hotel has 26 floors with a total of 311 rooms. The air-conditioned and features a restaurant with non-smoking area and a bar, Internet access and a hairdresser own. For guests there is a garage, parking and rental cars. The room and laundry services are also included.<br />
  8. 8. WEATHER<br />Pronóstico Fases de la Luna Por la noche Mínima<br />8° Puesta del sol: 18:47<br />Probabilidad de precip. 20% <br />Parcialmente nublado Mañana Máxima<br />26° Salida del sol: 06:41<br />Probabilidad de precip. 10% <br />Pronóstico para todo el día <br />
  9. 9. One of the main reasons to visit Mexico City is because it has many tourist attractions and how beautiful this city.<br /> Apart from the hospitality offered by people. Has many museums, hotels, parks and monuments.<br />

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