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This was quite interesting. I went with a Mexican family who brought beer and a picnic lunch to cruise the canals. Didn't really know what to expect. Boarded a colorful boat with tables and a man who guided the boat by pushing with a pole...More
A 45 minute Uber drive from the Condesa Suburb in Mexico City. Preferred this than taking the metro (Uber is faster, inexpensive and less stressful). We arrive at midday on a Sunday morning and embarcadero we went to was nice and quiet. Once you arrive...More
What? You've never been to Xochimilco! Never been to Mexico City? There is so much to see and do in this big city and once you get there, you have to visit Xochimilco and its famous canal system. This site, together with Mexico City's Historic...More
Not expecting anything, we took the long ride on the light train towards the south of méxico city for 2 reasons... to see the Dolores Olmedo hacienda and art collection of Diego Rivera and to ride on the boats at Xochimilco... The day was so...More
I was a party 1 and gave a cash tip, then my debit card was charged an additional 20%
Suggested tip amount witch was the highest amount for a party of 3 I'm so mad that I wasn't told this before or during me using...More
Everything about this trip is designed to cost you money. The canal is way overcrowded with boats all banging into each other. Make sure you don’t dangle your arms overboard either. You are pressurised y the guide to let musicians come on board and sing...More
I have traveled far and wide and so far I have not found a country that can party and have fun like Mexico.
Simply put: Mexico takes the cake and eats it, too.
Recent reconfirmation of this was our New Year’s day boat ride through...More
I was with my family and my 1 and a half year old nephew. We spent the afternoon there and it was great. It's a very family friendly place but also a good place to have an unique party experience qith your friends. Very recomended...More
I went on a Thursday at around 1pm. There were not too many people out, which was nice because we got to really enjoy the scenery without a lot of boats around. This place is called Xochimilco, meaning "Lugar de Flores" according to our guide....More