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And they are so many things to discover yet...

Nothing is more stimulating and enriching than discovering other cultures, meeting new and friendly people, discovering different art expressions, enjoying and experimenting with new flavors, visiting hidden places, old and new, but above all, acquiring new knowledge; remember, trips illustrate.

Golden Crown invites you to enjoy and discover the great cultural heritage of Mexico, to know its deep-rooted customs and traditions, its impressive history, its magical archaeological sites, visit its incredible museums and enjoy its beautiful colonial and modern cities, taste its exquisite cuisine and above all, receive the friendly and warm reception of its people that will make you feel at home.

All our Tourist Guides are accredited by the Tourism Secretariat of Mexico.

Languages: Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and Italian.

All our tours are 100% private.

Our Tours
in Mexico City

Tourist Transportation :. Centro Histórico Ciudad de México y Museo Nacional de Antropología

Historic Center of Mexico City (Walking tour), World Heritage of the Humanity

This tour is simply spectacular. We will take a walking tour through the Historical Center of Mexico City listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987. We will visit its main ancient and beautiful buildings, squares and archaeological sites. Together we will discover why Alexander Von Humboldt coined Mexico City as The City of the Palaces.

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Tourist Transportation :. Centro Histórico Ciudad de México y Museo Nacional de Antropología

Historic Center of Mexico City and National Museum of Anthropology

This tour is a jewel; you will discover some emblematic sites of Mexico City: Its Historic Center and the National Museum of Anthropology. At the Historic Center, we are going to visit the National Palace, the Templo Mayor (Mayor Temple), The Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico, the Plaza Tolsa, among others wonders; on the way to the Museum, we will see the Independence Monument, the Fountain of Diana the Huntress and a group of Corporative Towers. Finally, at the National Museum of Anthropology we will visit the Teotihuacan, Mexica and Maya halls.

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Transportación Turística :. Castillo de Chapultepec y Museo Nacional de Antropología

Chapultepec Castle and National Museum of Anthropology

Come with us to discover the only Castle in North America to ever house actual sovereigns. Currently the Chapultepec Castle is the site of the National Museum of History. At the National Museum of Anthropology, you will learn about the cosmovision of the people that inhabited Mesoamerica, such as the Teotihuacans, Mexicas (Aztecs) and Mayas, among others.

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Transportación Turística :. Muralismo en la CDMX

The Muralism in Mexico
College of San Ildefonso, Ministry of Public Education and National Palace
(The House of the Azulejos, the Palace of Fine Arts and Mural Museum of Diego Rivera)

Once the Mexican Revolution was consummated, the Mexican Society demanded a true transformation; Álvaro Obregón instructed José Vasconcelos to highlight the pride of the indigenous past of Mexico and the education of the Mexican people. Vasconcelos decides to carry out such an important task through Muralism and for this he summons three of the most outstanding Mexican muralists; namely: Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco.

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Tourist Transportation :. Coyoacán, San Ángel, CU y Xochimilco

Coyoacán, San Angel, University City and Xochimilco

Unbelievably, in the middle of the Great City there is a haven of Peace; Coyoacán and San Ángel two beautiful sites that still preserve their colonial architecture with that typical Mexican atmosphere. In Coyoacán, we are going to visit the Church of San Juan Bautista, and the Frida Kahlo Museum. In San Ángel, the Ex Convent of San Jacinto and the Studio-House of Diego Rivera; then, we will visit a city within a city, we refer to the University City, an outdoor Art Gallery listed as a World Heritage site by the UNESCO. Finally, Xochimilco, an incredible and picturesque site in the south of Mexico City famous for its floating gardens.

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Tourist Transportation :. Museo de Antropología Ciudad de México

National Museum of Anthropology

If you love culture and you are interested in acquiring new knowledge, you have to visit this awesome Museum! Here you can learn about the cultural richness and the cosmovision of the people that inhabited Mesoamerica, such as the Mexicas (Aztecs), the Mayas, the Olmecas and the Teotihuacanos, among others. You will learn about how these cultures used to live and at the same time, you will discover and learn about their most valuable contributions to the modern era.

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Tourist Transportation :. Coyoacán y San Ángel

Coyoacán and San Ángel

Two of the most peaceful and beautiful places in Mexico City full of history and culture. In Coyoacán, we will walk through the Plaza Hidalgo and visit the Church of San Juan Bautista. Then we will visit the Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as La Casa Azul (The Blue House). In San Ángel, we are going to admire the Plaza de San Jacinto (San Jacinto Square) with its cobbled streets and its beautiful mansions with its particular architecture, adorned with pots full of multicolored flowers on the windows and robust carved doors of wood.

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Tourist Transportation :. Xochimilco

Xochimilco “In the Seed of Flowers” World Heritage and Dolores Olmedo Museum

Xochimilco is located in the south of Mexico City; it is a peaceful site that was listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1987. Xochimilco is one of the most picturesque and traditional places in Mexico City. We will take a relaxing ride aboard on a classic Trajinera (non motorized boat) with bright colors gliding softly on its peaceful channels. Then, we will sightsee the famous Flower’s Market and later, visit the awesome Dolores Olmedo Museum.

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Tourist Transportation :. Xochimilco

Plaza of the Three Cultures, Basilica of Guadalupe and Pyramids of Teotihuacán

You cannot miss this tour! The Plaza of the Three Cultures is witness to important events in the history of Mexico from pre-Hispanic, during colonial and modern times. The Basilica of Guadalupe is the most visited Catholic center in the world after the Vatican and is the heart of Mexican spirituality. Teotihuacán is the first multicultural city of ancient Mexico, listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

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Tourist Transportation :. Lucha Libre y Mariachi

Lucha Libre at Arena Mexico

If you are in Mexico City, You cannot miss the experience of the Lucha Libre, a great tradition that has been preserved for almost 100 years in the preference of the Mexican people: kids and elderly, men and women and now in the heart of an increasing group of foreign fans. The spectacle of the Lucha Libre has become part of the Mexican folklore. It is a really fun and energizing experience. You will be cheering along in no time! Later, we will enjoy a delicious Mexican dinner with tequila and mezcal, listening to Mariachis, the famous Mexican musicians.

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Tourist Transportation :. Ballet Folklórico de Amalia Hernández

Ballet Folklorico de México by Amalia Hernández

Nightlife in Mexico City is intense and offers a wide variety of alternatives; however, the impressive show of the Folkloric Ballet of México by Amalia Hernández is, without a doubt, a show that you simply cannot miss! This performance is at the Palace of Fine Arts, one of the jewels of the Mexico City architecture. It has an excellent selection of typical regional dances and beautiful musical rhythms that have the explosive energy of the dancers with their striking costumes that move from one side of the stage to the other; and in a particular way, with the magisterial charm of the unforgettable Mexican choreographer Amalia Hernández.

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Tourist Transportation :. Sixs Flags

Six Flags

At Six Flags, the fun for all the family is guaranteed! Get ready to enjoy a full day of strong emotions and adrenaline in one of the best parks in the world. Six Flags Mexico is the most visited Amusement Center in Latin America and it will surprise you with its extraordinary extreme mechanical games. Remember, you only live once and now is the moment. You cannot miss it!

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Tourist Transportation :. Xochimilco

Mexico City Markets. “One cannot claim to know Mexico City without knowing its markets” Pablo Neruda (Chilean poet).

In Mexico, there are markets since pre-Hispanic times and they are part of its cultural wealth. We are going to visit the most sui generis and beautiful markets of Mexico City such as the Market of Jamaica, the Sonora market, the San Juan Pugibet market and La Ciudadela market. Come with us and discover Mexico through its markets full of life and bustle and thousands of products. Here you can find flowers, plants and herbs, even pets, traditional piñatas, sorcerers and voodoo dolls, magical love potions, a world of handicrafts. We will visit a place full of delicious Mexican food and cuisine from other corners of the world as we stroll along the way we stop for tasty samples, you will finish this tour with a full belly, and a happy heart.

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Transportación Turística :. Xochimilco

“Urban Art” - “Street Art” in Mexico City

At the beginning, the "Urban Art" or "Street Art" was considered a repulsive and clandestine expression; however, Urban Art had a turning point due to the British artist Bansky who expressed that Urban Art has a message, has well defined and delimited techniques, which expresses or manifests a position in the face of circumstance and also moves and questions people. The Street Art is, without a doubt, Art for all kinds of public brought to the streets.

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Our Tours
outside of Mexico City

Tourist Transportation :. Xochimilco

Plaza of the Three Cultures, Basílica of Guadalupe and Pyramids of Teotihuacán

You cannot miss this tour! The Plaza of the Three Cultures is witness to important events in the history of Mexico from pre-Hispanic, during colonial and modern times. The Basilica of Guadalupe is the most visited Catholic center in the world after the Vatican and is the heart of Mexican spirituality. Teotihuacán is the first multicultural city of ancient Mexico, listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

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Tourist Transportation :. Cholula y Puebla

Cholula, Santa María Tonantzintla and Puebla

We will climb the Cholula Pyramid, the biggest pyramid in the World at its base; then we will go to the Santa María Tonantzintla Church to admire a Mexican baroque style; later the beautiful city of Puebla, listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site because of its well preserved cathedrals and other religious structures from the 16th and 17th centuries. We will visit Puebla’s Cathedral, the Rosario Chapel at the Ex Convent of Santo Domingo, among other wonders.

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Tourist Transportation :. Tula y Tepoztlan

Tula and Tepotzotlán

We will visit the Archaeological Site of Tula where the Toltec Empire was established, it had a great influence that reached the Peninsula of Yucatán, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Afterwards, we will visit the Viceroyalty Museum in Tepotzotlán that houses one of the most extensive and exquisite collections of colonial art..

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Tourist Transportation :. Xochicalco y Taxco

Xochicalco and Taxco

Xochicalco is one of the largest, beautiful and interesting archeological sites built on natural and artificial hills; listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site. 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. Then we will visit the city of Taxco also known as “The Silver Capital”. Taxco is located on slopes and hills in the marvelous mountains of Guerrero state; with cobbled streets and beautiful houses painted in white, with red tile roofs and windows, balconies and terraces adorned with pots of colorful flowers. Here we are going to visit 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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Transportación Turística :. Prismas Basálticas y Real del Monte

Basaltic Prisms and Real del Monte, a Magic Town

The Basaltic Prisms are part of the 13 natural wonders of Mexico; we are talking about huge rock formations that are up to 40 meters high and 0.80 meters in diameter with 5, 6 and even 7 faces. Real del Monte is recognized as a Magical Town and also mining par excellence. Here you can breathe pure mountain air of the surrounding mountains, located at 2,700 meters above sea level.

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Magic Town of Tlalpujahua de Rayón

Tlalpujahua means “spongy earth” or “land of tezontle” a picturesque town nestled in the portentous mountains of the State of Michoacán where you can breathe fresh and pure air. Tlalpujahua will catch you with the secrets hidden by its cobblestone streets and its mines, with its handicraft works like its famous Christmas ornaments, art paintings and quarry fountains. Get ready to enjoy its gastronomy at the local market, its beautiful architectural, the Mine of the Two Stars and the peace of a wonderful and well-named Magical Town.

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Hot Air Balloon Flight over the Teotihuacán Valley & Visit to the Archaeological Zone of Teotihuacán.

Wow, Wow! Wow! Come to live an incredible experience aboard a hot air balloon and enjoy the ancient Pyramids of Teotihuacan in its entire splendor. We will fly over the Archaeological Zone of Teotihuacán and enjoy incredible panoramic views before descending to celebrate and take an exquisite breakfast. Later, we will visit the Archaeological Zone on foot to learn in detail about this ancestral culture and visit the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, climb the Pyramid of the Sun and see the Pyramid of the Moon, among other wonders.

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Our Tours
seasonal tours

Tourist Transportation :. Xochicalco y Taxco

“The Day of the Dead”

In many places of the world, the cult of the dead is a "macabre" issue; however, in Mexico, across the country, we celebrate with great joy and solemnity The Day of The Dead. It is the time when Mexicans are in contact with deceased family or friends who live forever in our hearts and memory. The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that has spread in popularity into parts of the United States and across Latin America. It is celebrated from October 31 through November 2, to coincide with both the American tradition and the Catholic holy days. Those three days are dedicated to all of the dead. Only the one who is forgotten dies.

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Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve

Visiting the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary is a wonderful experience you cannot miss! It is about millions of butterflies that migrate from the United States and Canada traveling more than 5,000 km to reach Mexico to a beautiful place known as the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, where they find the necessary conditions to hibernate and reproduce and that its beauty and great value, has been named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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WHY HIRE OUR SERVICES?

In Golden Crown™ we are kind, attentive, helpful, respectful and honest. We have the experience that the years of service have left us; however, we know that experience is not a finished product and that is why we are always willing to learn something new and to share it with our colleagues. In this way, we can provide a better service to our customers; and at the same time, we can be better human beings, useful to ourselves, to our families, to our Society and to our Country and in a general way, useful to Humanity.

Our Experience: We have more than 10 years of experience as Golden Crown™; therefore, you can be sure that our work team has the necessary knowledge to provide a safe, highly efficient and personalized service.

The Quality of our Vehicle Fleet: The maintenance we give our vehicles guarantees to reach their destination safely and without any setbacks.

The Service to our Clients: We are proud of the service we provide our clients and we make sure to continue doing it every day with the best attitude.

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