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Paseo de la Reforma

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Paseo de la Reforma

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Paseos de la Reforma No. 42, Mexico City Mexico
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We are a new company that really takes cares about the experience. We know that you want the best services, with the best prices too. In this particular tour we will give you the time to climb all the pyramids, to discover the great Basilica de Guadalupe and know more about culture in Tlatelolco. We will answer all your question, and we are gonna make sure that you have a great time. You will not regret it!
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Ralph Z wrote a review May 2020
Houston, Texas39 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a stunning boulevard that takes you through the heart of this great city. Wonderful buildings and statues line the paseo.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Paul wrote a review Mar 2020
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico100 contributions21 helpful votes
If this avenue is the main artery of Mexico City, and it is, then the city is suffering from serious cardiovascular disease. All of Mexico City endures bad air, but the air on Paseo de la Reforma is lethal. It will literally bring tears to your eyes and lump to your throat. And you are not going to be any too happy about either. My wife and I tried driving it in a cab once (snails move faster!) and we tried walking it twice. All three times we had to admit defeat and head off on side street leading back to our apartment in La Condesa. Yes, the buildings are impressive. Yes, the shops are wonderful. Yes, the restaurants serve delicious food. Yes, you have Chapultepec Park, one of the world's biggest and best urban parks, at one end and the historic center at the other, with Alameda Central (park) in the middle. Impressive, no? Yes, if you survive it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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vagabondginger wrote a review Mar 2020
San Diego, California1,208 contributions533 helpful votes
This wide avenue runs for miles and shows the architecture of Mexico City from the historic areas around the Zocolo to El Angel to Chapultepec Park and then to the "new". Mexico City with modern sleek new skyscrapers that look like works of art. This boulevard is designed after those in Europe with benches, median gardens, fountains, public art exhibitions, many monuments like statues honoring Christopher Columbus and the equestrian one with Charles IV of Spain. It has wide walkways, good lighting, is clean and safe. Driving it or walking, it's the main artery of Mexico City.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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marye1231 wrote a review Mar 2020
Olympia, Washington25 contributions4 helpful votes
From numerous historic statutes to modern art and unique skyscrapers in every direction, this is the one street not to miss. And it leads you straight into Chapultepec Park where you can find many more things to see.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Hassan H wrote a review Mar 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates2,226 contributions431 helpful votes
This is the central road in the middle of Mexico city. Lots of attractions, hotels, malls, monuments, restaurants, cafes and others are located along the road. You can see lots of kiosks for souvenirs, food and arts are near to most of the squares.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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