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About El Moro, Mexico City

Overview of El Moro

This article refers El Moro in Mexico City, Mexico. El Moro is easily missed on a visit to Mexico City.

Generally, tourists prefer visiting top attractions of Mexico City like Muse De Templo Mayor, Chapultepec Castle, Zocalo, Palace Of Fine Arts and National Museum Of Anthropology. These are few of the top things to do in Mexico City.

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Address: Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas 42, Cuauhtémoc, Centro Histórico, Centro, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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Hop-On Hop-Off Capital Bus Pass and Kidzania Admission in Mexico City
View Deal Hop-On Hop-Off Capital Bus Pass and Kidzania Admis... New on TripHobo Duration: 12 hours From USD 62.11/person

Plan a family-friendly adventure today with a day pass to the city and a kid-friendly park. Begin with a hop-on hop-off bus tour of popular Mexico city sites and audio commentary, after meeting at the Amigo Hostel redemption point. When you reach the Santa Fe Centro Comercial stop, you can hop off and enjoy access to Kidzania, a fun learning zone for kids to interact with. When you have played long enough you can hop back on and continue your tour.

Small-Group Tour: Reforma Food Tour in Mexico City
View Deal Small-Group Tour: Reforma Food Tour in Mexico City New on TripHobo Duration: 3 hours From USD 74.48/person

Get an insider’s view into Mexico City's trendiest neighborhood on this 3-hour food walking tour. Discover the community that is growing with new restaurants, bars, and art galleries designed to breathe life into the area. Walk along the iconic avenue, the Reforma Avenida, and see the spectacular Monumento a la Revolución. Follow your guide and sample various foods while taking a look at the classic cantinas and cafes that have remained unchanged since the 1920s. Capture an unforgettable experience on this small-group tour limited to 10 people.

Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe
View Deal Teotihuacan Pyramids and Shrine of Guadalupe 668 Reviews | Duration: 11 hours From USD 46.01/person

Experience the ancient City of the Gods on a visit to the archaeological site of Teotihuacan. Your full day guided tour will highlight the complexities of Aztec treasures. You'll have the opportunity to climb the magnificent Pyramids of the Sun and Moon and see the Butterflies Temple, the Avenue of the Dead and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl. Book now for a step back in time that you'll never forget!

Taxco and Cuernavaca from Mexico City
View Deal Taxco and Cuernavaca from Mexico City 164 Reviews | Duration: 10 hours From USD 61.96/person

Soak up the perfect climate of 'The City of Eternal Spring', Cuernavaca and enjoy a scenic drive to Taxco, the colonial silver mining city on a full day guided coach tour from Mexico City. You'll have the opportunity to purchase some of Mexico's beautiful jewelry and handicrafts as you become captivated by this city's extraordinary Old World ambiance!

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  • Dessert stop that is not to be missed. Massive churros with excellent hot chocolate to be dipped in, and cheap to boot. If there's a line for takeout, try the table service - - there is usually space, and you get to enjoy your dessert sitting down.

  • A traditional place to eat churros. It is a must-visit for tourists and locals. The variety of hot drinks and churros and bread hasn't changed in decades. It offers a sweet stop while shopping or a visit to enjoy a dessert in one of the most iconic places of the historical center. I personally like the Spanish Cocoa drink and a good churro. Prices are reasonable and the place is often very busy.

  • It's really busy and the churros are pretty good. The business has been there since the 30s, so it has a cool vibe. They don't sell dinner, but you can sit down just to eat dessert.

  • The churros here are just to die for! This is one of Mexico City's oldest place and traditional restaurants to have churros! Not to be missed when visiting the area close to the Opera House (Bellas Artes)!

  • The churros and the chocolate are delicious but extremely sweet when mixed together, it's better to come when craving something sweet because there's nothing savoury to choose from. Still a great traditional location, best enjoyed on a cold rainy day.

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