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One cannot have a complete tour of Acapulco without visiting the old part of the city. It has character which is missing from the newer glitzier portion. You can imagine going back in time to a simpler time. Don’t miss it.
It’s one of those city names which brings to mind glamour days gone by, and old movies with great stars of the past. We were driven through Acapulco from the dock area. The guide pointed out the many places of interest, including properties once owned...More
Acapulco's tourist hayday ended 30 years ago. Many places are in disrepair. That is part of its charm. Also, the US State department has told it's citizens to not visit. I'm a US citizen and I like Acapulco because there are so few Americans. Going...More
It was our first time in Acapulco - and surely we wanted to see as much as possible of the city had to offer. Our guide - Sebastian Hernandez of acapulcoforall.com - showed us most of the city and told us the history of Acapulco...More
Our driver and guide, Miguel Zequeida (better known as Miguel #4) at email@example.com gave us the grand tour of the old city and its beauty. He explained why the city was built on the hills, its history, and how people eventually moved on to the...More
I stayed at the Zona Hotelera in Acapulco and took a tour to the Old Acapulco and had the chance to walk around the town and get to know Local life and was impressed and amazed, I want to go back to Acapulco and stay...More