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Mexico City off the beaten path

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Mexico City off the beaten path
This list allows visitors a glimpse of average Mexicans and their pastimes.
Good for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
2 ratings 2 ratings
 
Iglesia de San Hipolito
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Iglesia de San Hipolito

The 28th of each month is specifically devoted to San Judas Tadeo, patron saint of difficult situations. Visit the Templo de San Hipóltio downtown, at Paseo de la Reforma esq. Hidalgo (if you can get in), or just stay outside and see the people gather with their statues of San Judas. It's really something.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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El Bajio
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El Bajio

At El Bajío we try to make art and culture being noticed and enjoyed by eating the magnificence of traditional Mexican cuisine. We provide a space in which the most diverse dishes of the traditional Mexican cuisine coexist, starting with the delicacies of Carmen "Titita’s" homeland of Veracruz such as the anise gorditas, the filet of fish Veracruz-style and the papantecos tamales, as... More

At El Bajío we try to make art and culture being noticed and enjoyed by eating the magnificence of traditional Mexican cuisine. We provide a space in which the most diverse dishes of the traditional Mexican cuisine coexist, starting with the delicacies of Carmen "Titita’s" homeland of Veracruz such as the anise gorditas, the filet of fish Veracruz-style and the papantecos tamales, as well as typical dishes of northern Mexico, including the pride of the house: carnitas Michoacán-style, as well as other delicacies from Yucatán, Puebla and Oaxaca, to mention a few others. Less

Cost: $20 - $30
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Arena Mexico
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Arena Mexico

Arena Coliseo features Mexican-style masked Lucha Libre wrestlers.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
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Rancho del Charro Javier Rojo Gomez
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Rancho del Charro Javier Rojo Gomez

Traditional charros, Mexican horseback riders, showcase equestrian skill, style and prowess at this venue.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
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Coyoacan
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Coyoacan

Coyoacan, a former village and now one of the 16 boroughs of Mexico City, is a historic center. It is a popular place to visit, especially on weekends, because many of the original layouts, plazas and narrow streets have been preserved and date from the 16th to the early 20th centuries.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours

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