Mexico City Tour: Turibus Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour

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US 14.00 US 12.60p.p.

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Highlights

  • Four different routes Ruta Sur, Ruta Polanco, Ruta Centro Histórico and Ruta Basílica
  • Special audio facility for kids
  • Discover the ancient and modern era of Mexico City
  • Multilingual guide available in nine languages
  • Unlimited Hop-on and Hop-off

Overview

Mexico City tour gives the opportunity to know more about the city. Hop on the bus as per your comfort and get ready to experience the best time. The tour offers four different routes each of three hours. This exciting journey will take you to the colonial, pre-Hispanic and modern times. Enjoy the tour to Mexico City at your own pace and hop on and hop off unlimited times as you like. The Historic center route has 19 stops which offer you to discover the architecture, history, culture and authentic cuisines of Mexico. Polanco route gives a chance to enjoy shopping. The South Route has 18 stops and this offers you to explore the bohemian neighborhoods with a glimpse of archaeology and architecture. For a visit to religious places, Basilica route is the best.


On all Sundays, some streets remain closed by the Cicloton (08:00 to 14:00) so Turibus use alternatives for the tours.

Itinerary

Mexico City ranges from exclusive museums, vast parks and the beautiful masterpieces of architecture. These all give a unique character to this metropolis.The famous landmarks include Zocalo, which is among the largest squares in the world. This historic center boasts of a National Palace to the east, Metropolitan Cathedral to the north and various historic buildings. A Mexican flag present at the center is raised each day. This place is used for hosting various events. The Museo de Antropologia is home to ancient artifacts that were used many years ago. The contemporary style building highlights the culture and history of the Mexican people.


Catedral Metropolitana is the oldest and largest cathedral in the New World. The building looks stunning at night. This houses many colonial-era artifacts and paintings. Templo Mayor is the main religious center. The old temple was destroyed by Spanish conquistadors whose remains is still present underneath the temple.


Xochimilco is famous for the canals. Here you can enjoy a ride through this canal system. It is a perfect place to view historic architecture. National Palace or Palacio Nacional is a workplace of Mexico’s President. This palace treasures a bell that was used in the war of Mexican independence.


Another famous attraction of Mexico City is the Palace of Fine Arts or Palacio de Bellas Artes, which is the cultural center of Mexico and Mexican City. This white lavish building has an art nouveau style and neo-classical exterior with art deco interior.


Chapultepec Castle is a royal site present atop Chapultepec Hill. It is the home for royalty and once it was the sacred place for the Aztecs. The other famous attractions of Mexico City are Basilica de Guadalupe and Museo Frida Kahlo.


HISTORICAL CENTER ROUTE:
This route helps you discover the architecture, culture, cuisines, and history of Mexico City. It is the most visited route.


Stops: Museo del Arte Moderno, Auditorio, Casa Lamm, Monumento a la Independencia, Hemiciclo a Juárez, Zócalo, Condesa, Cibeles (Plaza Madrid), Reforma 222, Museo de Cera y Ripley, Plaza Manuel Tolsa,  Glorieta a Colón,Monumento a la Revolución,Museo Franz Mayer, Monumento a la Independencia, Museo de Antropología , Reforma Rio de la, Museo de San Carlos, Plata, Reforma-Insurgentes.


POLANCO ROUTE:
Shop and enjoy the city tour and delve into the beauty of splendid architecture.


Stops: Arquímedes Campos Elíseos,  Auditorio, Centro Comercial Antara,  Masarik/Moliere, Hipódromo/Granja Las Américas Museo, Museo del Papalote, Soumaya.


SOUTH ROUTE:
This unrivaled tour gives a chance to explore Bohemian neighborhoods. Feel the historic and modern era in this route.


Stops: World Trade Center, Fuente de la Cibeles, Plaza de Toros México, Mercado Roma, Avenidade la Paz, Mercado de Flores,Centro Comercial Perisur, Estadio Universitario, Centro Comercial Cuicuilco, Centro Comercial Cuicuilco, Centro Histórico de Tlalpan, UNAM,Museo Universum, Museo de la Acuarela, Rectoría de la UNAM, Museo Frida Kahlo,Centro Histórico Coyoacán, Centro Comercial Plaza Coyoacán.


BASILICA ROUTE:
The route will take you to colonial, pre-Hispanic and modern era in the Mexico City.


Stops: Basílica, Zócalo, Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle, Garibaldi, Tlatelolco.

Schedule

Turibus Mexico City Tour:
Starting/ Ending Point:
You can begin your hop-on hop-off tour at any of the stops
Departure Time: 09:00am to 9:00pm
Full Loop: 3 hours (Approx.)
Frequency: Daily every 25-45 minutes




Inclusions

  • 1 Day Mexico Turibus Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket
  • Double -Decker motor coaches with an open top
  • Digital multilingual audio coaches
  • Audio Guide in 9 languages: Spanish, English, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and Russian; Special audio for kids.
  • Guide and discount booklet of Mexico City tour

Exclusions

  • Entrance Fee
  • Meals
  • Hotel Transfers

Important Info

Ticket Redemption:
You must carry printed vouchers. You can board the bus at any stops and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver.
Mobile or E-vouchers are not accepted.
Book Now! You can use your ticket any day before 31st December 2021.


Additional Information:
The ticket is valid for operations day and for all routes.
The buses do not have restrooms and are open-top double decker ones
Children (0-3) are complimentary.


Operational Details:
Tour operates around the year.
All Sundays from 08:00 to 14:00 Turibus use alternative ways in some tours due to some streets are closed by the Ciclotón.
Basilica Route: If the route can't go by the Basilica for reasons beyond our control, it will take you to the Plaza de las Tres Culturas.


Cancellation Policy:
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. If cancelled, 24 hours or less prior to travel date or in case of no-show.

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