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A water ride on the canals of Xochimilco is an appealing attraction. It offers a pendulum of activity for visitors who desire peaceful quietude or raucous merriment. The level of activity is dependent on day of week and time you choose to visit. My husband...More
We went on a Thursday, I think a weekend would have been better. We were only ones on the canals, very tranquil. Our guide and boatman only spoke Spanish and we spoke little, but surprisingly we understood most of what he was telling us?! It...More
Xochimilco has become a must stop when I'm in CDMX. It provides a full experience. Relaxes you as you cruise through the canals, vendors would come to you if you'd like something to eat/drink, and the fun gets to another level when the mariachis arrive!...More
Xochimilco is a really fun historic place to visit in Mexico City but here are some things to know if you’re not planning on going with a tour group.
You can go on your own if you want a nice quiet trip on the canal...More
If you have kids, this might not be a necessary trip. We did the group boat and what was slated for 45 minute excursion took almost 2 hours. The water was so crowded. We had some great conversations on the boat with fellow travelers but...More
My driver/tour guide gave me a bid surprise by having my name made and placing it over the name on the boat! So "Alicia" sailed for an hour through the canals of Xochimilco. It was just the two of us and we could enjoy the...More
A wild place at the weekend, amazing the trajenora's manage to move at all, just mayhem of boats and revellers. We of course just watched on, found it difficult if not impossible to go in a group, so 500 pesos for us and our trajenora....More