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Great experience, a must!
Make sure you go to the end of the harbor to get the best price deal. we paid Mx 250 for 2 hours instead of the Mx 500 for 1 hours!
You can bring you own drinks and food but we...More
We paid for a two hour boat ride through the main canal. The sights were somewhat interesting and the boat ride was peaceful, but our boat guide had us back to the dock at 1 hour 15 minutes. I confirmed with him that we had...More
It is a beautiful and natural place, plants, food and souvenirs everywhere, and artisans with beautiful ornaments on sale. I recommend to in family ❤️ And to buy food and souvenirs. The tip is very important for who is driving the “trajinera” people with so...More
We visited Xochimilco as part of a tour with Royal Cars & Tours. We were there earlier in the day, so the place was fairly calm & quiet. We were on the water for about an hour, which seemed to go by quickly. It was...More
We had very low expectations and were pleasantly surprised. This was our favorite day in Mexico City. We were a group of 8 and celebrated my daughter’s 30th birthday. Edouardo, our “gondolier” worked hard for 3 hours and maneuvered the boat perfectly along the gardens....More
Zero organized tour with too many boats going at same time without any order. No safety instructions or life jackets. Impossible to see the gardens due to amount of boats colliding all the time.
Collective boats don’t inform in advance that you must pay to...More
Several years ago, I took my family to visit the gardens, and really enjoyed the day, food, music and floating trip.
Recently we stopped while driving by, with the intent to spend some time in the gardens. There were very few customers to be seen...More
Went here on a Sunday. Fun little excursion with the beautiful boats and market. $500 pesos for the boat (total, not per person, holds at least 12) and $200 for the tip (that part was painted on the inside of the boat) for 1 hour....More
We took the metro to the last stop in the south Tasqueña (5 Pesos) and than the train to Xochimilco (3 Pesos).
We walked up to the landing stations. We were 4 people and they wanted to charge us 500 pesos per person. We wanted...More
We got the opportunity to taste different traditional Mexican dishes and desserts. We even tried crickets! Our guide (Hector) and the captain were so much fun! Made our 3 hours go fast. So they say..,,,, Time flies when you’re having fun!
Go to any subway station. I took the subway at the Cuauhtémoc Station, all the way to Tasqueña Station. This is the last Station. Then over there you have to take the electric train to Xochimilco. Xochimilco Station is the... More
Go to any subway station. I took the subway at the Cuauhtémoc Station, all the way to Tasqueña Station. This is the last Station. Then over there you have to take the electric train to Xochimilco. Xochimilco Station is the last one. Once you get there, take a cab to any pier.
Hope it's helpful to you.