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  In Golden Crown we know that Mexico has a rich cultural heritage full of ingrained habits and customs, with a very interesting history, magical archaeological sites and beautiful colonial cities among other wonders; so with the purpose of disseminating and sharing Mexican culture with everyone, we have designed fascinating tours in Mexico City and surrounding areas. We are sure you will never forget them.

Our tours are 100% privates and they can be in the following languages: Spanish, English, French and our guides are recognized by the Mexican Government.
  Tours in Mexico City
City Tour and the National Anthropology Museum

This tour is a jewel, you will discover some emblematic sites of  Mexico City; we are talking about Historic Center, the National Palace, el Templo Mayor (Mayor Temple), Mexico City Cathedral, la Plaza Tolsa, the Alameda Park, the monument to Juarez, the Fine Arts Palace, the Monument to Mexican Revolution, Reforma Avenue, Independence Monument, the Fountain of Diane the Huntress, the Mayor Tower and finally in the heart of Chapultepec Park, we will visit the unbelievable National Anthropology Museum.

Coyoacán, San Angel, CU and Xochimilco

In the middle of the great city we will find Coyoacán and San Ángel. Beautiful sites that they still keep the colonial architecture with the typical Mexican atmosphere where you can experience the culture, the art, and the literacy centers.  The place is full of art galleries and Museums such as La Casa Azul (Museo Frida Kahlo in Coyoacán and the Casa – Studio of Diego Rivera in San Ángel).  In Ciudad Universitaria (University City) we can admire a true piece of art in the main library and the rest of the buildings; finally we will visit one of the most refine place full of color in Mexico City, Xochimilco.

The National Anthropology Museum

The visit to the National Anthropology Museum is mandatory to people who love to discover new cultures; this beautiful building will allow us to discover artifacts from Mexican history as well as archaeological objects dating back to the pre-Columbian era. It also contains treasures from the Aztec, Mayan, and Olmec civilizations; the most famous being the Sun Stone, also called the Aztec Calendar. The museum also depicts rural life in present-day Mexico.

Coyoacán and San Ángel (4 Hours)

Without a doubt, two of the most beautiful and relaxed sites in Mexico City; Coyoacán and San Ángel. These places still keep the colonial architecture with the typical Mexican atmosphere where you can experience the culture, the art, and the literacy centers.  The place is full of art galleries and Museums such as La Casa Azul (Museo Frida Kahlo in Coyoacán and the Casa – Studio of Diego Rivera in San Ángel).

Xochimilco (4 Hours)

Declared by UNESCO a World Heritage in 1987 Xochimilco is one of the enchanting sites and picturesque area south Mexico City. This gorgeous spot is popular by their channels, colorful flowers and the “trajineras”, small boats (not motorized) painted with strong colors as well as decorated with flowers and usually with women names.  

Folkloric Ballet (3 Hours)

The Folkloric Ballet of Mexico is one of the most beautiful shows in Mexico; the best Mexican selection of regional dances, dancers, and different kind of musical rhythms around the country with full color dresses and gorgeous choreographies inspired by our lovely and immortal Amalia Hernandez; The spectacle will fulfill all your senses and your pleasure.

Six Flags (12 Hours)

Six Flags, one the best parks in Mexico City, full of entertainment for people of all ages.  It will allow you to have a great time with your family and enjoy an unforgettable day and we promise you that you will be talking about this experience with your family for many years with joy in your faces.

  Tours outside of Mexico City
The Guadalupe Shrine and the Pyramids of Teotihuacan

This magical route begins in the Plaza of Three Cultures and then, we will visit one of the most revered Catholic shrines in the world housing the Our Lady of Guadalupe, an iconic image of Virgin Mary. This shrine is situated on Tepeyac Hill in the northern part of Mexico City. This church is the second-most visited Catholic pilgrimage in the world. Then, at the northeast of Mexico City lie the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, dating back to the pre-Columbian era. The most famous features of this massive archaeological site are the Avenue of the Dead, Pyramid of the Sun, and the Pyramid of the Moon. This site has now been listed as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.

Cholula and Puebla

We will climb the Cholula pyramid, the biggest pyramid in the World at its base; then we are going to the Santa María Tonantzintla Church to admire a Mexican baroque style; later the beautiful Puebla is also the UNESCO World Heritage Center for its well preserved cathedrals and other religious structures of the 16th and 17th centuries. The houses in this city are built in a fusion of American and European styles. We will visit the Cathedral of Puebla, the Church of Santo Domingo with beautifully tended gardens on the outside, among other wonders.

Tula y Tepozotlán

We will visit Tula an old Mesoamerican City where the Toltec culture dominated; there we will admired the beauty and greatness of the Atlantes of Tula (rock structures with human form and with a height of 4.80 meters) and other edifications with religious symbolism. Then we will visit the San Francisco Javier Church at Tepotzotlán and its wonderful Museo del Virreinato (Museum of the Vice Regal or Colonial Period), with one of the largest collections of art and other objects from this time period a place that was home of one of the important colleges of the Jesuits.

Xochicalco y Taxco

Xochicalco: "In the (place of the) house of Flowers", one of the most beautiful and interesting archeological sites built on natural and artificial hills; it was declared a World Heritage by the UNESCO. We will see a main ceremonial center, the Temple of the Feathered Serpents, three ball courts, sweat-baths, an unusual row of circular altars and an astrological observatory among others wonders. At its peak, Xochicalco may have a population of up to 20,000 people. Then we will visit Taxco also called “The Silver City”. This magic City is located on slopes and hills in the marvelous mountains of Guerrero state; with cobbled streets and beautiful houses painted in white color, with red tile roofs and windows, balconies and terraces adorned with pots of colorful flowers. We will visit also the beautiful Church of Santa Prisca with its Baroque style and finally, we will take a trip to the Silver Market.

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