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Best 5 Hour Acapulco Sightseeing City Tour Cliff Divers, Peace Chapel and Mural

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See more of Acapulco in less time during a small-group sightseeing tour, ideal for first-time visitors. In a small group limited to 15, you’ll tick off top Acapulco attractions such as Las Brisas, the clifftop Chapel of Peace, Acapulco Bay, and La Quebrada Cliff Divers. All entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
$35.14 $37 per adult
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GordonW318 wrote a review Jan 2020
Gloucester, United Kingdom1,214 contributions358 helpful votes
This is worth a visit to soak up the ambience of the charming main square surrounded by shop, cafes, quaint buildings and the blue domed Byzantine Cathedral.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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RuiMCarvalho wrote a review May 2019
Toronto33 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a wonderful part of Acapulco that is worth the visit. Just don't try to cross the street without a police crossing guard. Drivers are fast and they stop for no one. When you do get across, there are a lot of shopping areas geared to tourists and locals. Well worth spending a few hours. But be warned that this area constitutes most of the Acapulco shopping ground. While several kilometers long, you will have seen it all in a day or two. Don't fall for the hotel "sight-seeing tours", they will eventually take you to the "Silver Museum" which is a shopping trap for tourists. The "silver" is not all silver as my wife found out after purchasing some and they will stall you there until you buy something. It is obvious that that the guides are paid off by the "Museum".
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Danks Knows wrote a review Apr 2019
Shoalhaven, Australia1,984 contributions253 helpful votes
The Alvaro Plaza is the main plaza in Zocalo the original old part of Acapulco. The local people gather here at night and the music starts. There are some wonderful large Banyan Tree with immense root systems here. There is also the impressive main Cathedral of Acapulco at the top of the plaza. The plaza is not large and is rather sedate during the day. There are lots of shops surrounding the plaza with many selling religious artefacts. Worth a night time visit.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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docloc002 wrote a review Jan 2019
Lapeer10 contributions4 helpful votes
Located across the street frome the Bay cruise boat dock, lively center wirh beautiful old Banyon trees, local vendors, & restaurants
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Date of experience: January 2019
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SunnyBeaches_09 wrote a review Jan 2019
Yukon, OK249 contributions39 helpful votes
We were there from Thanksgiving to New Years. The Zocalo was such a fun/busy place to walk around at night ... so many lights and decorations, music playing everywhere. Lots of restaurants to choose from too. Tons of vendors set up tables in the evenings so there's lots to see/shop/eat while browsing. Love how festive it was during Our Lady of Guadalupe week, Christmas and New Years ... actually the whole month of Dec. was decorated, busy, and very festive.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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