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December 15, 2012 - Mexico City, Mexico
Petite description : Mexico City (Districto Federal) est l'une des 5 plus grandes villes du monde avec plus de 21 millions d'habitants et une superficie de 1 500 km2. Elle se situe à une altitude de 2 300m. Son centre historique est composé du Zócalo (grande place) entouré par le palais présidentiel, la cathédrale métrlpolitaine et les ruines du temple de Tenochtitlán (citée Aztèque). J'ai pu aussi visiter le Bosque de Chapultepec, un grand parc avec un lac, le musée...
By Pablo in Mexico & Jamaïca
Deck the Halls with Guacamole!
December 27, 2011 - Mexico City, Mexico
1. Where the devil have I been? Not very far actually. The bus from Oaxaca arrived in Mexico City on the 8th December and from the bus terminal we headed straight to the delightful Jade Guesthouse, my home for the next few days. After painfully, but successfully putting in a visa application at the Indian Embassy (see no. 10) we absorbed the local culture with visits to an assortment of museums and galleries, not to mention the bullring, the wrestling ring and a quick pilgrimage to a world...
By Kate in 20 Questions Goes Global
Mexico City Travel Information
March 3, 2011 - Mexico City, Mexico
One of the five largest cities in the world with some 22 million inhabitants, Mexico City, covering about 2000 km2, is 2300m above sea level and is located in a valley dominated by the Popocatepetl Volcano, commonly known as Don Goyo or El Popo, which stands at 60 km east of Mexico City and culminates at 5452 m. This vast city is built on the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the ancient Aztec capital. Explore thi vast city with Mexico City travel guide with detailed information. From the sky, its...
By Beyazıt in World travel guide
December 7, 2010 - Mexico City, Mexico
We arrived in Mexico to find that nobody spoke English, which, combined with our lack of Spanish, made for an interesting trip (with several mystery menu orders!) Mexico is crowded, polluted and has dangerous roads, yet certain areas have quite a Western feel to them. We spent a couple of days wandering through the Centro Historico, which has most of the historic buildings and a few of the museums. Of note were the Catedral Metropolitana, Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Templo Mayor. We also...
By Sophie and David in Our three month weekend
Mexico City: Viva la revolucion!
November 20, 2010 - Mexico City, Mexico
Toutes les photos de Mexico City / pictures: click here. Dernier weekend avec Pat avant de continuer mon périple tout seul, on descend à la capitale... Mexico City ("Dé Effé" pour les mexicains, pour Distrito Federal)! Arrivée le vendredi soir en bus (un peu moins de 3h depuis Queretaro), avec toutes les mises en garde et échos négatifs que l'on a pu entendre ou lire à propos de l'une des plus grandes villes du monde (si ce n'est la plus grande... quelques 20 millions d'habitants!),...
By Nicholas in Le Fil
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