• Visit the silver hexagon–covered Museo Soumaya in the bustling, upscale district of Polanco. It is shiny, simultaneously geometric and curvaceous and, well, just plain bold. Set aside a half-day for the well-curated art collection of Carlos Slim Helú. Although there are six themed floors with outstanding European and Mexican works, spiral up to the top floor for the largest Rodin collection outside of France!
    Please note that the Soumaya Museum is closed on Tuesdays.



  • At the world-famous Anthropology Museum, there will be a chance to visit the Aztec Hall. This world-famous Museum is located in Chapultepec Park and is dedicated to the history and culture of the ancient people of Mexico and is beautifully laid out in different rooms, each depicting the development of a particular culture in the history of Mexico. As the Museum is very extensive and perhaps too much to see in just one visit we definitely recommend seeing the rooms dedicated to the Aztec and Mayan cultures, perhaps the best-known of all the ancient Mexican civilizations.
    *Please note that the Museum of Anthropology is closed on Mondays.



  • Located in Plaza Carso, in front of the entrance to the Soumaya Museum, Jumex Museum and Telcel Theatre, Acuario Inbursa opened its doors to the public on June 11th.

    Tiburonario: the event takes place on the top floor of the aquarium where the main tank is located, with a capacity of up to 160 guests for dinner & 180 guests for cocktail Entire aquarium: The event takes place on the 4 floors of the aquarium, with a capacity of up to 160 guests for dinner & 350 guests for cocktail.



  • In the morning the group will transfer to the emblematic San Juan Market, where you can find all kinds of exotic groceries, cheese and quality meats. This place is visited by recognized national and international chefs.
    We´ll continue to Sonora Market, a place characterized by its hallways dedicated to magic, occultism and a wide range of herbal medicines.

    Without getting out of the centre of the city, we´ll find Jamaica Market, known for selling more than 5,000 types of flowers, ornamental and exotic.

    Finally, the last stop, will be at Ciudadela Market, where you will find crafts from all over the country.

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