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Michael,  United States United States
10 Feb 2024
Terrible
Bought a ticket to see multiple things throughout the city, but the ticket workers didn't recognize the type of ticket and wouldn't accept it. Waste of money.
Turicard: 3-Day Mexico City Pass + 20 Attractions
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Natasha ,  United States United States
10 Jan 2024
Excellent
We enjoyed Christian’s insights and he was very kind and helpful to my dad to attended the tour in a wheelchair.
Chapultepec Castle & Anthropology Museum: Guided Tour
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Seyi,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
12 Feb 2024
Good
English guide was helpful throughout. Shame the castle was closed for a loyalty parade
Chapultepec Castle & Anthropology Museum: Guided Tour

About: Chapultepec Castle

Chapultepec Castle is a historic 16th-century building open to visitors. It's filled with pre-Colombian art and is regarded as a place of great symbolic value for Mexicans. Chapultepec Castle is located on top of Chapultepec Hill in Mexico City, Mexico.

Chapultepec Castle
Primera Sección del Bosque de Chapultepec, 11580 Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City
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