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It is very difficult to find the Trajinera locations if you're in an Uber as there are many locations to start in the area of Xochimilco. We first started at Embarcadero Cuemanco which had many family owned places to get food and snacks, but the...More
The boats are colorful and the environment is lively with a mariachi band climbing aboard. However, it quickly grew tiring to be bombarded by sellers hawking their wares. The floating gardens were plant shops that I could not see from my opposite-facing, quite unconfortable chair....More
A unique experience not far outside of the city. Try to go at an off time so you're not overwhelmed with the number of other boats. And definitely have street food beforehand in the area right next to the boats.
This is totally a place to hang out and is a tourist trap of sorts but geared to locals too... vibrant, fun, relaxed - think theme park I suppose; with a pulse. You don’t have to buy or shop and can bring along a picnic...More
Not sure if that’s the exact translation for Tourist Trap but that’s what this was. $4000 Pesos and you still have to buy food and drink and pay for mariachi bands. Plus, there are no gardens. Just green houses and most were empty. Don’t get...More
This was one of the highlights of our mother/daughter trip. We both speak very little Spanish and more would have been helpful but we were fortunate enough to happen into a group waiting to be large enough to rent a boat to bring down costs....More
The walk through the small city to the boat launch was filled with delicious, cheap, authentic food and drink. Pay attention to signs and prices. A coconut drink was listed for 10 pesos but cost 30 when we got our drinks. Exchange was 20 pesos...More
Yes, next streets to the shipping docks you may find parking lots. You may also park at some nearby streets, however it is safer to leave the vehicle at the available parking lots not farther than 800 meters or so, from the... More
Yes, next streets to the shipping docks you may find parking lots. You may also park at some nearby streets, however it is safer to leave the vehicle at the available parking lots not farther than 800 meters or so, from the gardens. Enjoy!
Response from Enjoystravellingalot | Reviewed this property |
I agree join a group tour and you will meet new people. The town is fascinating there are markets selling food, clothes and gifts. It’s certainly worth a visit even if you don’t go on the boat tour. Enjoy!